Pharmaceutical Faculty 2

Pharmaceutical Faculty №2 (extramural education)

Dean of Pharmaceutical Faculty №2 (extramural education) is Priakhin Oleh Romanovych, Candidate of Science (Chemistry), Associate Professor of the Department of Physical and Colloidal Chemistry.


Departments of Pharmaceutical Faculty №2:

  1. Department of Physical and Colloidal Chemistry
  2. Department of Pharmacognosy with the Course of Botany
  3. Department of Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry


History of the faculty

By 1969 there was a day-time and part-time study at the Faculty of Pharmacy at the Institute. Since 1970, the correspondence training of pharmacists has been suspended, and in 1997 in the Zaporozhye State Medical University, the recruitment of students to the correspondence department of the pharmaceutical faculty on the specialty “Pharmacy” was re-introduced.

In 2004, the Pharmaceutical Faculty of distance education was opened at ZSMU and the training of students on the specialty “Technology of perfumery and cosmetics” was started.

Since the foundation of the second pharmaceutical faculty, he is headed by associate professor O.R. Pryakhin.

Students of the faculty

More than 2000 students study at the faculty, of which more than 90% have secondary and higher education. More than 150 students of the faculty get a second higher education, some students have a degree.

All conditions for the educational process are created at the university: a scientific library, reading rooms, an electronic library, computer classes with access to the Internet, elements of distance education are introduced.

The training of pharmacists and pharmacists-cosmetologists is carried out by experienced teachers, including a large number of doctors of sciences, professors, candidates of sciences and associate professors.

The powerful personnel potential of the faculty, the modern information and material and technical support of the pedagogical process give an opportunity to reach the high level of students’ training at the pharmaceutical faculty of a correspondence form of education.