Pharmaceutical Quality Control Diploma Program

The Pharmaceutical Quality Control diploma program at AAPS is a very intensive, hands-on program that’s been designed specifically to prepare students for employment in the pharmaceutical industry, specifically in a laboratory setting.

This program focuses on teaching the most practical chemical and physical techniques, while supplementing these courses with state-of-the-art machinery and instrumentation. These are used for the analysis of raw materials, in-process and finished products.

The Pharmaceutical Quality Control diploma program at AAPS provides training using the latest instruments and techniques in the industry to ensure the best instruction possible. Techniques include High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Dissolution, Infra Red and Ultra Violet Spectroscopy, tablet disintegration and much more.

Pharmaceutical Quality Control diploma program courses include:

  • Introduction to Good Manufacturing Practices – Level I
  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical Laboratory Testing – Level I
  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical Dissolution Testing – Level I
  • Introduction to High Performance Liquid Chromatography – Level I
  • Good Manufacturing Practices – Level II
  • Pharmaceutical Laboratory Testing – Level II
  • Pharmaceutical Dissolution Testing – Level II
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography – Level II
  • Pharmaceutical Laboratory Testing – Level III
  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Methods
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography – Level III
  • Regulatory Affairs – Intro to Pharm products/Intro to International
  • Technical Writing and Scientific Communication

After graduating from the Pharmaceutical Quality Control diploma program at AAPS, students will be able to pursue jobs in the pharmaceutical industry such as:

  • Document Reviewer
  • Laboratory Analyst
  • Laboratory Chemist
  • Validation Chemist
  • Stability Chemist
  • Laboratory Technician
  • QC Analyst
  • Document Control