Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology - Tallaght

TU Dublin - Tallaght Campus


Course Name Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology - Tallaght
Course Provider TU Dublin - Tallaght Campus
Alternative Provider(s) TU Dublin - Technological University Dublin
Course Code TU283
Course Type Postgraduate
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)  More info... Major Technological University Dublin Level 9 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time, Evening, Online or Distance, Blended
Location (Districts) Tallaght
Qualification Letters MSc
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Commencement Date: September 2021
Application Date How to Apply
Applications for this course are now closed for 2021.

For queries on the application process please contact:

Or call the Lifelong Learning Team on: 01 220 7432
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Duration 18 months

Mode of Study
Part Time

Method of Delivery
Classroom, Online
Course Fee €7,500
Entry Requirements Minimum Entry Requirements?
The entry requirements for this programme are a minimum 2nd class honours degree (level 8) in a Science/Quality/Engineering or related discipline.
Comment Level: NFQ Level 9
Award: MSc in (Bio) Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology

The course will involve a mix of online, classroom delivery and laboratory sessions for the first two semesters. The third semester is devoted to the research dissertation/thesis, which takes place under the guidance of an appointed academic supervisor.
Course Content

Expand+Programme Title: Master of Science (Bio)Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
What is... Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology ?
The principle aim of this programme is to provide graduates with diverse skills to work competently in the following manufactu...

Subjects Taught Semester 1
• Advanced Pharma/Regulatory Statistics
• Bio-Process Manufacturing Technologies
• Regulatory Compliance
• Small Molecule Manufacturing

Semester 2
• Finished Dose Manufacturing Technologies
• PAT-Validation
• Pharmaceutical Management Systems
• Research Methods (Literature Review)

Semester 3
• Thesis module
Assessment Method Assessment modes for the taught modules will include a blend of assignments, in-class examinations, laboratory reports, oral presentations, problem-solving exercises and formal written examinations. Students will be expected to conduct research and write up a dissertation for examination in the 3rd semester. This can take place in the place of employment.
Careers or Further Progression What are my career opportunities?
Graduates from the MSc in (Bio)Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology will develop the relevant expertise and skills to work in diverse roles including:

Process Engineering; Validation; Technology Transfer; Process Manufacturing; Laboratory analysis; Formulation Development; Management roles; Sterile processing; Regulatory Affairs; Clinical data analysis; Project Management; Process Improvement roles.
Further Enquiries Contact Us
John Behan
01 404 2403
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