Second Cycle Programmes    (Master's Degree)
Master (with thesis) - Institute of Health Sciences - Pharmacology (PHA) - Psychopharmacology
General Description  |  Key Learning Outcomes  |  Course Structure Diagram with Credits
General Description ^
Qualification Awarded
Specific Admission Requirements
Qualification Requirements and Regulations
Mode of Study (Full-Time, Part-Time, E-Learning )
Full-Time
Key Learning Outcomes ^
1 Graduates may take part in studies on drugs used in psychiatric disorders.
2 Graduates may give consultancy on effects and unwanted effects of drugs used in psychiatric conditions.
3 Graduates may evaluate interactions of drugs used in psychiatric conditions.
4 Graduates may evaluate toxic effects of drugs used in psychiatric diseases.
5 Graduates will have the ability to evaluate studies done about effects of drugs used in psychiatric conditions.
6 graduates will have the ability to evaluate effects of drugs used in psychiatric conditions on biochemical parameters.
7 Graduates have the possibility to work in psychopharmacology research units.
8 Graduates may evaluate studies on psychopharmacovigilance.
9 Graduates may preapre authorization papers for drugs used in psychiatric diseases.
10 Graduates may attend ethical commitees working on studies including drug use.
Course Structure Diagram with Credits ^
T : Theoretical P: Practice
No Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Type of Course T P ECTS
1 PSFR701 Brain, Biochemistry and Behaviour Compulsory 4 0 8
2 PSFR-S1-YL Elective - 1 Elective 3 2 8
3 PSFR-S2,3-YL Elective - 2-3 Elective 6 0 14
Total 13 2 30
No Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Type of Course T P ECTS
1 PSFR700 Seminar Compulsory 0 2 2
2 PSFR702 Planning a Project and Evaluating Results in Psychopharmacology Compulsory 3 2 8
3 PSFR704 Experimental Research Techniques in Psychopharmacology Compulsory 2 4 8
4 PSFR706 Psychotrop Drug Abuse and Dependence Compulsory 3 2 8
5 PSFR-S4-YL Elective - 4 Elective 2 0 4
Total 10 10 30
No Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Type of Course T P ECTS
1 Thesis Compulsory 60

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