Dean's Statement

About The College

The College of Pharmacy at the Northern Border University was established under the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his Crown Prince in 1429 AH to award the degree Doctor of Pharmacy degree (pharm.D.). The College of Pharmacy is taking confident steps towards a new era of progress and prosperity, after its founding era, in which a solid foundation was built for the college by the best of our men and women.

Dean's Statement

Education is currently witnessing tremendous developments in our country, as efforts are being made at the university to support many sectors of the state in meeting the needs of this country by educating, training, and qualifying national cadres in various fields to achieve the goals of Vision 2030. The College of Pharmacy seeks to qualify clinical pharmacists who have the scientific ability to contribute to the development of pharmaceutical services, with a role that exceeds dispensing medicines and working in pharmacies, into developing treatment plans for patients, developing drug information centers, and participating in scientific research.ز

Dr. Nawaf bin Mohammad Alotaibi
Dean of the College of Pharmacy

Vision and Mission

Vision

Achieving creativity, leadership, and innovation in comprehensive practice, educational and clinical pharmacy research, and developing therapeutic services for the community that rises to the highest ranks of clinical pharmacy regionally and globally.

Mission

Preparing qualified clinical pharmacists capable of providing excellent direct care to patients and conducting advanced applied research with the local and national community.

 

Goals

The College of Pharmacy aims to:

  • Train highly qualified clinical pharmacists equipped with the basic and advanced knowledge needed to care for patients directly.
  • Prepare graduates of the college with the basic knowledge and practical skills in pharmaceutical and clinical research.
  • Train clinical pharmacists who can meet the national and international requirements of pharmacy and other postgraduate studies.

Facts and Figures

375

Alumni

400

Students