To produce the students who are acquainted with fundamental aspects of medical microbiology in pharmaceutical pharmacy at the end of the course.
At the end of the course of instruction, the student should be able to
- acquire the knowledge of-
- the basic principles of microbiology.
- the fundamental aspects of microbiology in the field of pharmacy
- the micro-organisms causing common infectious diseases encountered in Myanmar.
- the relation between microbial genetics and the drug resistance
- develop the attitude of-
- awareness that medical microbiology is mandatory in clinical as well as in pharmaceutical pharmacy
- appreciating its role in diagnostic, preventive and promotive aspects of microbial diseases
- continuing interest in the study of medical microbiology with emphasis on clinical pharmacy
- applying microbiology knowledge as a background on their study of clinical pharmacy, in industry, in drug administration and management and in research