Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

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Curriculum Development and Review




1. Goals




The college's professional degree program curriculum must prepare graduates with the knowledge that meets the criteria of good science; professional skills, attitudes, and values.


1.1 The goal of curriculum regarding pharmaceutical chemistry department




The college curriculum regarding the department of pharmaceutics focuses on preparing students supplied with information and knowledge about pharmaceutical chemistry including:



Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: Analytical Chemistry

Level: 1st Year, 1st Semester, 2021-2022
Lecturer name: Prof. Dr. Mohammed Jassim Hamzah

Credit hr/week: Theory 3 / LAB1

Reference book: Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry by Stook and West.

Objectives: To provide students with a sound theoretical background of chemical principles that is essential to practice chemical analysis. It helps students understand the importance of judging the accuracy and precision of experimental data and techniques of quantitative analysis, and to show that theory frequently serves as a useful guide to solve analytical problems.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: Organic Chemistry I

Level: 1st Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name: Prof. Dr. Mohammed Jassim Hamzah
Lecturer name: Dr. Ghassan Qays Ali

Number of hours of study (total): 45
Credit hours: Theory 3 hours / Laboratory 1 hour

Reference book:
1. Organic Chemistry by Robert T. Morrison and Robert N. Boyd.
2. Organic Chemistry by McCurry; 9th ed. Thomason learning; CA,USA; 2015

Objectives:
To help students understand the chemistry of carbon, and the classification, properties and reactions of organic compounds. It includes understanding the basic structure and properties of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, in addition to the principles of stereochemistry and features of aromatic compounds.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: practical Analytical Chemistry

Level: 1st Year, 1st Semester, 2021-2022
Lecturer name: lecturer. Rawa Mohsen Mohammed

Credit hours: Laboratory 1 credit 2 hours/week

Reference book:
Handbook for Analytical Chemistry lab Adopted by the Department.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy

Title of the course: Practical Organic Chemistry I
Credit hours: Laboratory 1 credit 2 hours/week
Reference book:
Handbook for practical organic chemistry

Level: 1st Year, 2st Semester, 2021-2022
Lecturer name: lecturer. Rawa Mohsen Mohammed









Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: Organic Chemistry II

Level: 2nd Year, 1st Semester
Lecturer name:Assist. Prof. Dr. Ahmed Thamer Salem
Lecturer name: Dr. Ghassan Qays Ali

Number of hours of study (total): 45
Credit hours: Theory 3 hours / Laboratory 1 hour

Reference book:
1. Organic Chemistry by Robert T. Morrison and Robert N. Boyd.
2. Organic Chemistry by McCurry; 5th ed. Thomason learning; CA,USA; latest edition.

Objectives:
To help students understand the chemistry of carbon as well as the classification, properties and reactions of organic compounds. It includes the understanding of the basic structure and properties of organic halides, carboxylic acids, aldehydes, ketones and amines, in addition to the principles and application of stereochemistry to these compounds.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: Organic Chemistry III

Level: 2nd Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name:Assist. Prof. Dr. Ahmed Thamer Salem
Lecturer name: Dr. Ghassan Qays Ali

Number of hours of study (total): 45
Credit hours: Theory 3 hours / Laboratory 1 hour

Reference book:
1. Organic Chemistry by Robert T. Morrison and Robert N. Boyd.
2. Organic Chemistry by j. McCurry; latest ed. Thomason learning; CA,USA.

Objectives:
To teach students the principles of heterocyclic chemistry, including the fundamental principles and features, classes and reactions of heterocyclic compounds. It helps students apply these principles to complicated reactions that involve heteroatoms.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: Practical Organic Chemistry II

Level: 2nd class, 1st Semester
Lecturer name: Assistant lecturer. Suraa Riad

Credit 2hours: / Laboratory 1

Reference book:
Lab Manual for Organic Chemistry Adopted by the Department.

Objectives:
To enable students to understand the chemistry of carbon, and the classification, properties and reactions of organic compounds. It includes understanding the basic structure and properties of organic halides, carboxylic acids, aldehydes, ketones and amines, in addition to the principles and application of stereochemistry on these compounds


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: Practical Organic Chemistry III

Level: 2nd Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name: Assistant lecturer. Suraa Riad
Lecturer name: Assistant lecturer. Yasser Mohamed

Credit 2hours/week Laboratory 1

Reference book:
Lab Manual for Organic Chemistry Adopted by the Department.

Objectives:


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Level: 3rd Year, 1st Semester
Lecturer name: M.S.c. Haider Rafei
Lecturer name: M.S.c. Yasser Faleh

Credit hours/theory 2 hours/ Laboratory 1hour

Reference book:
1. Inorganic Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry by Block, Roche Soine and Wilson, 1986. 2. Wilson and Gisvold; Textbook of Organic medicinal and Pharmaceutical chemistry; Delgado JN, Remers WA, (eds); Latest Edition.

Objectives: To present a review of the principles of inorganic chemistry applied to medicinal and/or pharmaceutical chemistry. It includes the understanding of atomic and molecular structures, the explanation of atomic structures and their relationship with the binding forces and complexation. It also describes inorganic products used as pharmaceutical preparations or diagnostic tools.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry I

Level: 3rd Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name: M.S.c. Yasser Faleh

Credit hours/theory 3 hours/ Laboratory 1hour

Reference book:

Wilson and Gisvold Textbook of Organic medicinal and Pharmaceutical chemistry, Delgado JN, Remers WA, (Eds); Latest Edition.

Objectives:To help students understand the mechanisms of drug action at molecular level, and the role of medicinal chemistry in the discovery and development of synthetic therapeutic agents. It also helps students understand the concept of structureactivity relationship and its application to design and synthesis of new compounds or derivatives.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: practical inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Level: 3rd Year, 1st Semester
Lecturer name: Assistant lecturer. Yasser Mohamed

Credit 2 hours/week / Laboratory 1hour

Reference book:

Lab Handbook for Practical Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry Adopted by the Department.

Objectives:



Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: practical organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry I

Level: 3rd Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name:lecturer. Rawa Mohsen Mohammed

Credit 2 hours/week / Laboratory 1

Reference book:

Lab Handbook for Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry Adopted by the Department

Objectives:


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry II

Level: 4th Year, 1st Semester
Lecturer name:M.S.c. Mustafa Hussain

Credit hours/theory 3 hours / Laboratory 1 hour

Reference book:

Wilson and Gisvold Textbook of Organic Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Delgado JN, Remers WA, (Eds.); Latest Edition.

Objectives:
To discover and develop new agents for treating diseases. It helps students translate drug structural formulas into therapeutic effect. Additionally, it focuses on the methods of preparing some pharmaceutical agents


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry III

Level: 4th Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name: M.S.c. Haider Rafei

Credit hours/theory 3 hours / Laboratory 1 hour

Reference book:

Wilson and Gisvold Textbook of Organic Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Delgado JN, Remers WA, (Eds.); Latest Edition.

Objectives:
To help students understand the mechanisms of drug action, including antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral agents at molecular level, and the role of medicinal chemistry in the discovery and development of synthetic therapeutic agents. It also helps students understand the concept of structure-activity relationship and its application to design and synthesis of new chemotherapeutic agents and hormone derivatives with potential biological activity.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: practical organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry II

Level: 4th Year, 1st Semester
Lecturer name: M.S.c. Hussain Nasser

Credit 2 hours / Laboratory 1 hour

Reference book:

Lab Handbook for Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry Adopted by the Department.

Objectives:


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: practical organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry III

Level: 4th Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name: M.S.c. Hussain Nasser

Credit 2 hours / Laboratory 1 hour

Reference book:

Lab Handbook for Practical Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry Adopted by the Department.

Objectives:


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry IV

Level: 5th Year, 1st Semester
Lecturer name : M.S.c. Haider Rafei

Credit hours/theory 2 hours / Laboratory----

Reference book:

Wilson and Gisvold Textbook of Organic Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Delgado JN, Remers WA, (Eds.); Latest Edition.

Objectives:
To provide students with knowledge of and experience in pro-drug and hormones as part of their medicinal and pharmaceutical field. It includes classification, synthesis, biotransformation and/or formulation of certain drugs to improve their action as well as to avoid some side effects.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: Advanced Pharmaceutical Analyses

Level: 5th Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name : Prof. Dr. Mohammed Jassim Hamzah
Lecturer name: Assist. Prof. Dr. Ahmed Thamer Salem

Credit hours/theory 3 hours / Laboratory 1hour

Reference book:

1. Spectrometric Identification of Organic Compounds by Silverstein, Bassler and Morrill.
2. Applications of absorption spectroscopy of organic compounds by Dyer JR.
3. Organic Chemistry by McMurry; 5thed; Thomason learning CA, USA 2000.

Objectives:
To study spectrometric methods used for the identification and characterization of organic compounds, including UV, IR, MASS and NMR spectroscopy. The course helps students understand the application of these techniques to qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic compounds.


Al-Nahrain University/College of Pharmacy
Title of the course: practical Advanced Pharmaceutical Analyses

Level: 5th Year, 2st Semester
Lecturer name : Pharmacist. Asmaa Adnan

Credit 2 hours/week / Laboratory 1hour

Reference book:

Lab Handbook for Advanced Pharmaceutical Analyses Adopted by the Department.

Objectives:


Staff Member

DR. Ahmed Thamir

Head Of The Department

DR. Ghassan Qays Ali

Rapporteur Of Brach

Mohammed J.Hamzah

Lecturer

Yasser

Lecturer

Rawa Mohsson

Lecturer

Soura Riyadh

Lecturer

Asmaa Adnan

Lecturer

vission

Pharmaceutical Chemistry's vision is to be teaching the chemistry science used in the medical and pharmaceutical fields, linking the chemistry of drugs with therapeutic procedures, studying the relationship between the structural formula of drugs and their biological effect, as well as the structural analysis of drugs through the use of spectroscopic analysis.

Mission

The mission of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry included two goals, one of which was related to the mission of education and training. Where the Pharmaceutical Chemistry Department branch teaches the various branches of chemistry for undergraduate students: Advanced pharmaceutical analyses. Analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic pharmaceutical chemistry, and organic pharmaceutical chemistry. The other goal is related to the task of research and innovation by performing and directing new knowledge to students.

Objects

  • providing students with a broad and diverse scientific background by Providing education and training in the scientific courses organized by the department.
  • Giving students an integrated study program. This includes an interest in drug design and discovery, organic preparation of medical and pharmaceutical elements, a study of inorganic compounds and their medical and pharmaceutical usefulness, and many other topics.
  • Activating the department's role in the quality of research and innovation.

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