Welcome to the College of Pharmacy
Higher education approval was obtained by introducing the College of Pharmacy at the University of Wall and admission to study therein in the first semester 2015-2016.
 The university has begun providing the latest laboratories and classrooms equipped with modern teaching requirements and providing the most modern equipment and equipment required by the teaching effort. The college also attracted distinguished professors in various pharmaceutical specializations who obtained their scientific specialization from the most prestigious international universities. The university has approved the scholarship plan for the next five years, which includes sending 6 students to obtain a doctorate in pharmaceutical specialties from prestigious international universities. The university also started its contacts regarding contracting with pharmaceutical factories and companies to train college students.
The College of Pharmacy has two departments:
1. Department of Pharmacy
2. Department of Laboratory Medical Sciences
The college prepared a solid general program for the specialty of pharmacy (162 accredited teaching hours) and for a period of five years during which a summer semester in the pharmaceutical training, in order to prepare distinguished pharmacists in the pharmaceutical work and provide good pharmaceutical medical care.
Proceeding from the urgent need of the community for technical education graduates, and because of our belief in the important role that qualified cadres in medical laboratories play in providing comprehensive health care, the University established a wall in the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences in the College of Pharmacy at the beginning of 2017. The department offers a four-year program during which it is granted a bachelor's degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences. Through this program, we provide the necessary scientific knowledge and professional skills in various fields of medical analysis. The Bachelor's program in Medical Laboratory Sciences consists of 136 credit hours, during which the student learns the most recent knowledge in medical analysis. The department periodically reviews the study plan to update it in order to bring it in line with the latest international programs in medical laboratory science teaching. The course material consists of comprehensive theoretical lectures in addition to practical laboratories that give students basic laboratory skills. In addition, during the last year of his studies, the student will receive comprehensive training in diagnostic medical laboratories in the public or private sector, which are approved for training purposes. This training provides them with an excellent professional environment to hone their laboratory skills acquired in the department's laboratories. It also gives them work experience as part of the medical team before they leave school. This is to ensure that hospitals and public and private laboratories at home and abroad are provided with professional laboratory personnel that contribute to improving the level of health care. In addition to providing a selection of graduates to gain higher degrees, such as masters and doctorate degrees in the areas of medical analysis.

Dr. Ahmad Jardouh