1. Apply basic principles of pharmaceutical sciences, biochemistry, physical science, biology, mathematics, and statistics needed for the application of these sciences to drug therapy and human health.
2. Illustrate healthcare systems and pharmaceutical manufacturing processes in the national, and international arena.
3. Apply problem-solving and decision-making skills in selecting the interaction-free drug regimen.
4. Apply patient-centered care using the best available data, as per the conditions of patients to design, adjust, record, execute and track pharmacotherapy care plans.
5. Effectively apply principles of Pharmaceutical knowledge for the discovery of new drugs from natural and chemical resources to treat the various lethal diseases affecting mankind.
6. Apply principles of finance, marketing, and human resources effectively to manage medication use systems.
7. Utilize and apply the legal, ethical and professional responsibilities required for a pharmacist.
8. Relate principles of continuous quality improvement to the evaluation of pharmacy services and develop outcome indicators for pharmacy services.
9. Utilize medication use and intervention effectiveness
10. Develop research studies that apply quantitative or qualitative research methods that address research questions in the field.