Why study Master of Clinical Pharmacy?
The course is designed to enable students to establish skills in evidence-based practice, quality use of medicine, practice-based research, and provision of clinical pharmacy services at a high level. Areas of study include biostatistics, epidemiology, theory and practice of evidence-based medicine, interpretation of clinical data and pharmacotherapy and clinical research. Each student will complete a four-week speciality rotation with an experienced clinical preceptor and will carry out a small practice-based research project. Students must arrange the necessary time release from their employer to complete the placement and research project. The program is conducted online and via distance education.
View entry requirements and applications for domestic students
2 years part-time
Fees for 2014
Fees are subject to change annually.
Commonwealth supported place (CSP)
Commonwealth supported place not offered for this course.
Domestic fee per 48 credit points
48 credit points represents a standard full-time course load for a year
$ 21,600 AUD
The Student Services and Amenities Fee applies to some students each calendar year.
First Semester (March)
- Off-campus: part-time
Course code: 3454
Sorry, this course is not currently available to International students.
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Admissions information for domestic students
Minimum entrance requirements
- A bachelor degree or equivalent qualification in pharmacy.
- Registered as a pharmacist.
- Working in a clinical setting in an Australian or New Zealand Hospital.
- English language requirements.
Applicants with a 4-year undergraduate degree will be eligible to apply at the end of their pre-registration year. Applicants should be practising in a clinical setting.
Applicants with a 3-year undergraduate degree will be eligible to apply following their pre-registration year and a further period of clinical experience. Applicants should be practising in a clinical setting.
International students residing outside Australia are not eligible to enrol in this course. International students located in Australia must be registered as a pharmacist in Australia, be employed in an Australian hospital clinical setting, and have the appropriate visa to allow part-time study.
Applicants must submit documents as specified on the faculty website.
University entrance requirements
Minimum entrance requirements for admission to Monash University Australia.
Application open and closing dates
Semester one: 1 September - 30 November each year
Semester one (March)
Semester two (July)
This course is currently not available to domestic students.
Clinical pharmacy practice is the practice of pharmacy as part of a multidisciplinary healthcare team directed at achieving QUM. This may include: participation in the management of individual patients; application of the best available evidence in daily clinical practice; contribution of clinical knowledge and skills to the healthcare team; identification and reduction in risks associated with medicines use; involvement in the education of patients, careers, and other health professionals; and involvement in research.