The Genesis of the Faculty

The faculty was established by Republican Decree No. 287 of 1994, as studies began in the preparatory year of the academic year 1995/1996.ؤ It has been taken into account in the design of the faculty building to be consistent with developments in the field of pharmaceutical education that are internationally approved, and to have all student services, rooms for faculty members and workers in administrative departments, laboratories, auditoriums, classrooms, a library, a cafeteria, a reading room, and recreational places, in addition to specialized laboratories, an educational factory, an animal house, general stores, unit for the disposal of laboratory and farm waste, the public garage, and other construction services of an educational nature

In carrying out its mission, the faculty uses specialized laboratories equipped with high technologies made up of standard glass tools and devices, pharmaceutical chemicals, analyzers, and accurate measurements, as well as appropriate auditoriums and classrooms. A distinguished faculty staff in the various branches of pharmacy and its specializations performs the teaching plans, takes care of the students scientifically, and ensures that they reach the appropriate scientific level. In the fields of research and knowledge. The faculty also has laboratories specialized in drug design using high-tech software, and students are trained in various fields of pharmaceutical work and in specialized sites such as pharmaceutical factories and pharmaceutical chemicals, regulatory bodies for standardization and analytical laboratories of all kinds, availability, and bioequivalence, public and private pharmacies, and educational hospitals - and in particular, those with a clinical pharmacy system. All of these things proceed in accordance with the recognized international standards in the field of accredited pharmaceutical education, which makes the graduate of the faculty able to participate effectively in the treating medical team as well as work in the castles of the pharmaceutical industry with the same efficiency, and this is fully consistent with the general policy of the state that guarantees the right to education and its comprehensive quality and development to be at the service of society and the comprehensive development plans adopted by the state.