The Certificate in Pharmaceutical Technology is designed to educate professionals and provide them with the skills required to work in the pharmaceutical field, with particular emphasis on the engineering aspects of drug manufacturing, pharmaceutical production, pharmaceutical development, and pharmaceutical operations. The students will not only be provided with an overview of the pharmaceutical industry, including information about drug discovery and development, FDA requirements, approval processes and the methodologies used by industry to comply with these regulations, drug dosage forms, and the role of key operational units in drug manufacturing processes, but they will also be presented with the fundamentals of the drug development cycle and the unit operations typically associated with drug manufacturing, including their quantitative and design aspects.
Principles of Pharmaceutical Engineering : Overview of the pharmaceutical industry.
Pharmaceutical Unit Operations: Processing of Liquid and Dispersed Phase Systems which primarily examines engineering aspects of the pharmaceutical processes.
Validation and Regulatory Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry with Information about drug discovery and development, FDA regulations, approval process and methodologies used by industry to comply with these regulations, drug dose forms, and the role of key operational units in drug manufacturing processes.
Pharmaceutical Unit Operations: Solids Processing which examines methodologies, both applied and fundamental, to analyze and scale up manufacturing pharmaceutical processes involving solids processing.
NJIT is Accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Universities.
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Federal and Private educational loans are available for qualified applicants who apply. For Federal loans, students must complete a FAFSA - Federal Application for Free Financial Aid.