The Master of Science (M.Sc.) degrees are established as part-time courses.  Two Master degree programs are provided in Medicinal Plants and Natural Products and in Clinical Pharmacy. The Ph.D. program is provided in Pharmacy. These three courses are to fulfill a variety of graduate and organizational needs.  Another master program in Primary Care Pharmacy is a bilateral time course starting in 2016.  Either a master or a Ph.D. thesis must demonstrate the candidate’s ability for independent investigations and should introduce new knowledge in the field of pharmacy.