The Faculty of Pharmacy is the newest faculty at Titu Maiorescu University, licensed in June 2013. It represents the achievement of the TMU leadership effort to complete the triad of faculties dedicated to medical studies: the Faculty of Medicine, Dental Medicine and Pharmacy. The activity was inaugurated in October 2013, with the first generation of “Pharmacy buds” in the new building of laboratories belonging to the Faculty of Pharmacy.
The curriculum is 5 years of full-time education and is fully in line with national and EU requirements for this type of training. The structure of the activities has been adapted to the most recent requirements of modernizing education, with particularities specific to the pharmaceutical field, including the preparation of appropriate curricula with analytical programs of carefully selected disciplines.
The curriculum encompasses both mandatory disciplines for future pharmacists training and a rich array of optional courses to provide students with the development of complementary communication skills with patients, specific legislation, environmental issues, or entrepreneurship.
The Faculty aims to become a competitive private education institution in which its graduates acquire professional training qualitatively compatible with the current labor market requirements. Since its first year of operation, the faculty has set ambitious goals that will result in training students towards professional performance and responsibility.
The main objective is to carry out a quality, up-to-date, communication-based, flexible and participatory process of education, constantly focused on understanding the current context of the pharmaceutical industry and assisting the development of future pharmacists in line with labor market requirements.
The practical work of students is organized and carried out in collaboration with all types of institutions or businesses related to the pharmacy profession, from open pharmacies, drug companies and research institutions.
The Faculty of Pharmacy is expanding, adding new valences to the teaching and scientific work carried out in generous spaces where students and teachers carry out their day-to-day work. The courses take place in spacious amphitheatres, equipped with modern teaching techniques, and practical works are hosted in dedicated laboratories in the building of the Faculty of Pharmacy.