About College of Pharmacy

The College was founded in 1999 in response to the growing healthcare needs in the country and the region for pharmacists who have advanced knowledge and practice skills in pharmacy. The School offers a professional degrees: a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Pharmacy that requires five years of study.


The College’s primary responsibility is to graduate pharmacists who are entrusted with the highest academic standards to apply and spread the most updated information about drugs in the various and ever changing health care systems. Graduates will be competent to practice pharmacy in all settings and be endorsed with the necessary values to serve society in a most caring, professional, and ethical conduct.


The college willing to be recognized as a national and regional leader for outstanding pharmacy education and innovative practice and research, focusing on providing excellent patient care, improving human health, and advancing scientific knowledge.

The College enrolls about 650 students every year. Annually, the School graduates approximately 120 students with a B.S. in Pharmacy, and about 20 students with M.Sc. degree. School graduates pursue post-graduate training or studies, or work in diverse fields (governmental and private sectors) such as in community and hospital pharmacy, pharmaceutical sales, pharmaceutical industry, and academia.