Master Part Time Study Program Pharmaceutical Medicine

Your Pharmceutical Medicine (M.Sc.) Part-Time Master’s Program

Are you interested in the process of drug discovery, development, regulation, and commercialization? Highly skilled and experienced professionals in various disciplines are essential to accelerate the discovery and development of more effective and safer medicines for patients.
This program offers you the opportunity to broaden your horizons and advance your career in this field. Your seminars will introduce you to our experienced experts, who will talk to you and discuss and demonstrate their knowledge on a scientific basis.


Career prospects with your study program

The Pharmaceutical Medicine (M.Sc.) program provides you with comprehensive scientific knowledge of the research and development of new drugs and skills required to effectively manage time, costs, resources, and quality. This will prepare you very well for working in the field of pharmaceutical medicine.

After completing the program, you will have the know-how to work in pharmaceutical medicine fields such as research, development, approval, or marketing.

Your study program in detail

You will learn about day-to-day practice in the pharmaceutical value chain in a way that promotes interdisciplinary knowledge. The study program also focuses on the flow of information between the different phases of the drug development process and on developing a better understanding of the complex international tasks and competencies in the pharmaceutical industry.

The research-oriented study program is based on theoretical courses and theoretical courses and current projects that provide thorough knowledge of various aspects of pharmaceutical medicine.

By carrying out your own research projects, you will develop professional skills in the pharmaceutical sciences, particularly in the pharmaceutical or pharmaceutical-related industry and pharmaceutical research institutions.

  • General Introduction to the Health System
  • Working in a Complex Organization
  • Project Management
  • Health Economics
  • International Health Systems and Market Access
  • Drug Discovery and Development
  • Biopharmaceuticals and -technology
  • Toxicology
  • Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics
  • Clinical Trials
  • Strategies and Managing Clinical Trials
  • Ethical and Legal Issues in Drug Development
  • Clinical Systems and Data Management
  • Biostatistics
  • Drug Safety
  • Post-Marketing Surveillance
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Marketing and Sales

On the part-time master’s study program in in Pharmceutical Medicine (M.Sc.), we offer practical teaching by international lecturers who are leading experts in their fields as they work in healthcare institutions and the international pharmaceutical industry. You will spend a great deal of time in our state-of-the-art laboratories. There, you will work independently on various projects and gain experience by working with modern analytical devices. The study program is rounded off by case studies. This helps you find not only a suitable topic but also potential corporate partners for your final master’s thesis.

The program has an international feel from the outset and all content is taught in English, providing you with yet another advantage.

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Admission requirements

To be admitted to the part-time master’s study program in Pharmaceutical Medicine (M.Sc.) at Hochschule Fresenius, you need to fulfil the following admission requirements:

You must have completed a bachelor’s degree in medicine or in a natural science subject with a minimum of 240 credit points.

Your English language skills must be equivalent to Level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages.

If you have more than one year of professional experience in the pharmaceutical sector, 30 credit points can be credited to your studies. Please contact us.

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