Postgraduate Online Open Day
7 June 2023
If you're interested in developing your knowledge and skills through postgraduate study, then join us online on Wednesday 7 June 2023 when we will be attending the University of York's Postgraduate Online Open Day.
Find out more about the Postgraduate Online Open Day
About the programme
Now more than ever, Pharmacology plays a critical role in healthcare. If you are interested in becoming a pharmacology educator or clinical researcher, and passing on your expertise to the next generation of pharmacology students and colleagues, the MSc in Pharmacology and Education is ideal.
This programme combines modules from the MSc in Pharmacology and Drug Development programme with our Higher Education Academy-accredited MSc in Health Professions Education programme.
Our MSc in Pharmacology and Education will provide you with a unique opportunity to advance your pharmacology knowledge alongside developing as an educator.
You will learn from experts in their field who are at the forefront of pharmacology, medicine or medical education. This includes external experts, our own clinical trials unit, pharmacology academics and our Health Professions Education Unit.
As well as learning from their expertise, you will be challenged to think differently, to become a reflective practitioner, and to develop skills to become a self-directed learner.
The MSc programme is built around core modules that cover the fundamental principles of pharmacology, the clinical relevance of drugs for the major organ systems and the fundamental processes involved in clinical trials. Alongside the pharmacology component, there are core modules covering learning and teaching, assessment, and research methods to train educators of tomorrow.
You will finish your year with us by conducting a significant research project focussing on generation of novel data to support and improve pharmacology education for both science or medical professions. We will support you to increase your chances of getting your work published.
*You will be based predominantly at the University of Hull. The optional education modules are delivered primarily through distance learning, with optional face-to-face opportunities at the University of York campus.