College of Pharmacy
Founded in 2016, it seeks to prepare solid scientific pharmaceutical cadres, capable of providing the highest levels of pharmaceutical and medical services, and keeping pace with scientific developments, based on its management by an efficient scientific cadre, who has great experience in pharmaceutical education, and wide interaction with international universities in the field of pharmacy, studying in it Five years for both sexes, in English, for morning study, from which the graduate is awarded a bachelor's degree in pharmacy, and qualifies to practice the profession of pharmacy and to complete postgraduate studies (Masters and Ph.D.).
Count of students College of Pharmacy, Al-Kafeel University
YearCollege or departmentStudyStage Total student count Gender
MaleFemale
2021-2022Pharmacy
Morning122088132
2313123190
3289108181
4273100173
523384149
total sum1328503825
2022-2023Pharmacy
Morning
1364225139
222593132
3299115184
4291114177
526995174
total sum1448642806


About College of Pharmacy

Vision:

To play a leading role in the field of pharmaceutical education quality with the aim of enhancing pharmaceutical services and serving the community.

Mission:

To excel in the field of pharmaceutical education, training, and scientific research according to international standards, to provide effective service to the community through encouraging creative thinking in an evolving academic environment, with the goal of ensuring thoroughness and quality in every aspect of our academic existence.

Objectives:

  • To develop undergraduate programs and introduce postgraduate studies within international standards, update curricula, and research topics in alignment with job market requirements.
  • To conduct applied research and awareness campaigns to contribute to finding scientific solutions for health problems in the community and cooperate with related institutions to develop the reality of education and market scientific research products.
  • To prepare university generations capable of creative thinking and innovation in the field of pharmaceutical industries.
  • To continuously develop and maintain infrastructure to ensure a suitable educational environment and enhance the capabilities of the faculty members to improve the quality of education through development programs.
  • To obtain programmatic accreditation for Colleges of Pharmacy.

The total area of the college is (9000) square meters, and consists of five floors, including four theaters designed with the latest engineering models, and nine laboratories equipped with technologies, devices and modern laboratory materials. The college maintains safe and accurate practical experiments while teaching and research activities are performed. The building also contains a library, in order to benefit from the scientific curricula and resources in the field of specialization. Offices for the teaching staff and social and prayer rooms for students are also provided.





Title Lectures Course Syllabus
Mathematics and Statistics
Analytical Chemistry
General Arabic
Medical Terminology
Computer 1
Principles of Pharmacy Practice
Human Biology
Human Rights
Medical Microbiology
Title Lectures Course Syllabus
Organic Chemistry II
Microorganisms Medical I
Physical Pharmacy I
Medical Physiology
English
Computer III
Democracy
Drugs I
Title Lectures Course Syllabus
Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutical Technology 1
Biochemistry I
Pathophysiology
Title Lectures Course Syllabus
Pharmacology II
Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry II
Clinical Pharmacy I
Biopharmaceutics
Public Health
English
Title Lectures Course Syllabus
Pharmacology II
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II
Clinical Pharmacy I
Biopharmaceutics
Public Health
English Language
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 Principles of pharmacology ف 1 Analytical Chemistry F1 + 1 by 1 computer F tissue 2 Pharmaceutical accounts P2 Medical terminology F1 English F1 Organic Chemistry 1 P2 Medical Physics F1 + human rights p2 Mathematics and Statistics F1 Anatomy F2 Computer 2 F2
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 Physio pharmacy ف 1 + Biosafety and security ف 1 Arabic language F1 Computer 3 in 1 Physiology 1 F1 Organic Chemistry 2 in 1 1P2 drugs Microorganisms 1 by 1 Physical pharmacy 2 p 2 Microorganisms 2 F1 democracy organic chemistry 3 Computer 4 by 2
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry ف 1 Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry1 P2 Pathophysiology F1 Medicines 1 F 2 Life chemistry 1 p 1 Technological Pharmacy 2 P2 Pharmaceutical Ethics P2 Technological Pharmacy 1 P1 + 2-in-1 drugs life chemistry 2 drugs3
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 Medicines 2 ف 1 P2 communication skills Toxins F2 Life Pharmacy F1 Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry 3 P 2 English F1 Medicines 3 by 2 Community health F1 industrial pharmacy 1 Surrey Pharmacy2 Clinical Pharmacy 1 P1
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry 4 ف 1 1 by 1 treatments Pharmaceutical Technologies P2 Clinical Chemistry F1 TDM pharmacovigilance P2 F2 hospital training Pharmaceutical design 2 F1 toxins Industrial pharmacy 2 in 1 Advanced pharmaceutical analysis Pharmacoeconomics F1 Remedies2



Staff
Lect.Prof Saad Mashkoor Waleed
Prof
Lect.Dr Yasmeen Ali Hussein
Prof
Asst. Prof.Dr Ali Ahmed Hussein Al-Mayali
Asst. Prof
Asst.Prof.Dr Mustafa Ghazi Saloom Mustafa Alabbassi
Prof
Prof.Dr Ahmed Shakir Mohammed-ali Alkilabi
Prof
Prof.Dr Hayder Kadhim Abbas Al-ismaeli
Prof
Prof.Dr Mohammed Dakhil Al-rekabi
Prof
ِProf.Dr Ahmed Hashim Hussein
Prof
Prof.Dr Abbas M. Al-sarraf
Prof
Prof.Dr Dhurgam Qasim Shaheed
Prof
Prof.Dr Ali Jabbar Radhi
Prof
Asst.Prof Mohammed Kareem Jabber
Asst. Lecture
Asst. Prof.Dr Muhammad Mohsen Abdul Hussein Al-Rafi’i
Asst. Prof
Asst.Prof.Dr Hasanain Shakir Mahmood
Asst. Prof
Lect Jawad Kadhum Jawad Alshmis
Lecturer
Lect.Dr Salim Fayez Kadhim
Prof
Lect Yahya Ibrahim Yahya
Lecturer
Lect Noor Hassoon Kadhim
Lecturer
Asst.Lect Israa Mahdi Abdulhadi
Asst. Lecturer
Asst.Lect Muhammad Qasim Al-Badiri
Asst. Lecturer
Asst.Lect Ameer Abdul Hussein Abdul Abbas
Asst. Lecturer
Asst.Lect Hiba Abdul-Jaleel Abdul-Hadi Al-Kharsan
Asst. Lecturer
Asst.Lect Sahar Hussein Abdullah
Asst. Lecture
Asst.Lect Mustafa Hamed Rasul Al-Hamdani
Asst. Lecturer
Asst. Lect. Ahmed Kazem Abdul Jalehawi
Asst Lecturer