Graduate Diploma in Pharmacy Management
Course code: 3452 ~ Course abbreviation: PharmMgtDip ~ Total points required: 48 ~ 2 years part-time ~ Managing faculty: Pharmacy
Study mode and course location
Off-campus (Parkville - P/T only)
The Graduate Diploma in Pharmacy Management is designed to equip course participants with the management skills necessary to meet the challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry and the pharmacy profession in a highly competitive environment.
Developed in partnership with the Faculty of Business and Economics, this course provides participants with greater flexibility to exit with a graduate certificate, graduate diploma or continue on a pathway to a Master of Business Administration (MBA). For more information on the MBA see the Business and Economics section of this handbook.
To provide an in-depth and all-encompassing coverage of the key pharmacy management demands.
Credit for prior studies
Credit is assessed by the Faculty for previous learning that is considered equivalent to a Monash University study. Credit transfer may be granted for previous learning in a University or TAFE course, or accredited course offered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) or overseas equivalents of these. Applicants intending to seek credit for the MBA program are strongly advised to review the MBA credits policy.
Graduate Diploma in Pharmacy Management participants complete eight 6 point units, including a minimum six professional track units.
All professional track units are by off-campus learning mode. They can be taken as single non-award units with transferable credit points for future award studies.
MBA units are currently face-to-face, with regular weekly day or evening lectures at Caulfield campus. Students intending to progress to the MBA should consult the Business and Economics section of this handbook.
Professional track units
General management units
Assessment is by assignment.