Clinical and Community Pharmacy

Clinical and Community Pharmacy (Farmasi Klinik dan Komunitas, FKK) Study Program was established in 2006. Its curriculum focuses on the field of patient-oriented pharmacy services with graduates primarily working in the service-based pharmacy sector, both in clinical and community settings. setting .

Clinical and Community Pharmacy Study Program studies science in the pharmaceutical sector including aspects of pharmaceutical care, implementation of the clinical pharmacy concept and community pharmacy management in line with the Healthy Paradigm, filling the needs of health workers to realize health care by the tripartite profession of medical care, pharmaceutical care, and nursing care, and getting to know various pharmaceutical products and medical devices that are directed towards the goal of excellent service for patients (patient-oriented). clinical pharmacy dan pengelolaan community pharmacy .


Being the organizer of an excellent clinical and community pharmacy undergraduate education program at the regional and international level that is oriented towards improving the degree of public health.

  1. Organizing high quality clinical and community pharmacy education for all levels of society;
  2. Expanding the pharmaceutical science fundamental-based educational program, so that graduates are able to fulfill the needs of all aspects and roles in pharmaceutical activities nationally and internationally;
  3. Expanding and deepening research in an integrated manner in all aspects of pharmaceutical science in the discovery of drug ingredients and or new activities of a drug as well as the use of natural ingredients;
  4. Directing its contribution to all pharmaceutical programs for the development of higher quality pharmaceutical services to the community in hospitals, pharmacies, and other pharmaceutical service places; the development of pharmaceutical regulation, which in the end can develop economic growth to achieve the welfare of the nation;
  5. Supporting and striving to improve the quality, dedication, and work ethic of pharmaceutical professionals in the appreciation and application of pharmaceutical care as one of the missions of the universal pharmaceutical profession.



The learning process carried out by FKK is expected to produce creative, innovative pharmaceutical graduates in science, technology and pharmaceutical information (academic knowledge) supported by the skills in communication, thinking, and management and the ability in problem solving and problem preventing, so that they have high competitiveness and are able to come through international job markets. Specifically, FKK has the following objectives: to produce excellent and highly competitive clinical and community pharmacy graduates in the patient or community-oriented pharmaceutical profession; generate research outputs that can be published and contribute to improving the efficiency of drug use; and actively participate in community service activities, especially those related to pharmaceutical care to the community. . . .. .. . . . . . .


  • Hospital (Staff/Incumbent)
  • Health Center (Staff/Incumbent)
  • Food Industry Sector (Owner/Manager)
  • Research and Education Sector (Professor/Innovator)
  • Policy Sector, Ministry of Health, and Foods and Drugs Monitoring Agency (Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan, BPOM) (Minister of Health/Head of BPOM/Directorate General/Deputy/Head Office)
  • Cosmetics Industry (Owner/Manager)
  • Distribution of Medical Devices and Medicines Sector (Owner/Manager)
  • Veterinary Field (Owner/Manager)
  • Digital Pharmacy (Owner/Manager)
  • Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Owner/Pharmaceutical Network)



General Learning Outcomes

  1. Discuss and present academic work orally supported with current technology;
  2. Write and disseminate scientific reports based on experiment results or literature studies;
  3. Work together as a team;
  4. Show good attitude in academic and social settings;
  5. Develop responsibility, open-mindedness, honesty, curiosity and perseverance
  6. Show at least moderate proficiency in English.


Learning Outcomes of the Undergraduate Programme in Clinical and Community Pharmacy

  1. Describe drugs’ mechanisms of action, adverse reaction, and interactions, taking into account the pathophysiology of the indicated conditions;
  2. Explain the principle of cost effective drug therapy and its assessment method;
  3. Describe the basic principle of pharmaceutical formulation, manufacturing and quality assessment;
  4. Demonstrate effective communication with health professionals, patients and community;
  5. Conduct counselling on drug use to patients and the community;
  6. Perform basic compounding of pharmaceutical preparation and quality assessment of pharmaceutical product;
  7. Design clinical trial for new drug/formulation development;
  8. Select the most rational medicine based on efficacy, safety and economic consideration;
  9. Organise systems for storage, preparation, dispensing and distribution of medicine;
  10. Organise monitoring of post-marketing drug effects.

(1) Introduction to Pharmacy & Health (4.17 ECTS)
(2) Pharmaceutical Botany (4.17 ECTS)
(3) Medical Microbiology (4.17 ECTS)
(4) Pharmaceutical Analysis I (2.78 ECTS)
(5) Organic Chemistry of Drug (4.17 ECTS)
(6) Basic Pharmaceutical Compounding and Manufacturing (11.12 ECTS)
(7) Human Anatomy and Physiology (5.56 ECTS)
(8) Environmental Pharmacy (2.78 ECTS)
(9) Statistics (2.78 ECTS)
(10) Basic Pharmacy Practice (5.56 ECTS)
(11) Pharmaceutical Analysis II (5.56 ECTS)
(12) Basic Pharmacology and Toxicology (5.56 ECTS)
(13) Phytopharmacy (8.24 ECTS)
(14) Clinical Biochemistry and Bioanalysis (11.12 ECTS)
(15) Medical Biotechnology (2.78 ECTS)
(16) Principles of Drug Action (8.34 ECTS)
(17) Management and Entrepreneurship (2.78 ECTS)
(18) Pharmaceutical Care (11.12 ECTS)
(19) Principles of Rational Medicine (12.51 ECTS)
(20) Medicinal Chemistry (2.78 ECTS)
(21) Final Project (11.11 ECTS)

FKK - Modules

Selection System

Admission of new students fulfills the principles of being credible, fair, transparent, flexible, efficient, and accountable as well as non-discriminatory by taking into account the potentials of prospective students and the specifics of higher education. The recruitment systems for prospective undergraduate students implemented by ITB are National Entrance Test for State Universities (Seleksi Nasional Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri, SNMPTN) and Joint Entrance Test for State Universities (Seleksi Bersama Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri, SBMPTN-UTBK) to recruit prospective new students who are considered to have the competences and potentials to participate in undergraduate program education at ITB. In addition, in order to embody ITB’s vision to become a World Class UniversityFKK of SF ITB also opens an admission system of new students for international classes.

Gambar 1. Bagan Penerimaan Mahasiswa Baru

SNMPTN is conducted based on the results of tracking academic achievements using report cards and academic portfolios. The report card used is semester 1-5 for SMA/SMK/MA with a study period of 3 years or semester 1-7 for SMK with a study period of 4 years. The selection is based on the following principles:

  1. Evaluation of the academic quality of prospective students using report card and other achievements relevant to the chosen study program;
  2. Taking into account the track record of the performance of the prospective student’s previous school; and
  3. Using the criteria of national selection criteria and the criteria set by each university in a fair, accountable, and transparent manner.

SBMPTN is a state university entrance screening test system carried out nationally. The purpose of implementing SBMPTN is to select prospective new students who have the academic ability to participate in and complete higher education in accordance with the predetermined time limit. The exam materials tested in SBMPTN are Academic Potential Test (Tes Potensi Akademik, TPA), General Basic Ability Test (Tes Kemampuan Dasar Umum, TKDU), and Basic Ability Test (Tes Kemampuan Dasar, TKD) in accordance with the exam group. Each of the tested materials has been designed to assess the talents, academic potentials, and psychology of prospective students. This recruitment system is based on fair and non-discriminatory principles by not discriminating against gender, religion, ethnicity, race, social position, and level of economic capability of prospective students, while still paying attention to the potentials of prospective students and the specifics of higher education institutions. Additional admission requirements for prospective students of School of Pharmacy ITB are not color blind, either total or partial. This must be proven by a certificate from an ophthalmologist. This additional admission requirement is adapted to the type of pharmaceutical work that will be closely related to color identification ability. Prospective students can also access for more recent information.

Starting from 2005, ITB recruited overseas students with a special selection system. To anticipate overseas students who do not have a cognate language background, they are accommodated in international classes. The presence of overseas students is expected to have a positive impact on increasing the confidence of local students, improving the ability of lecturers in the teaching and learning process, and developing the geographical reach of students and alumni network. Meanwhile, overseas students are selected through a desk evaluation based on the following criteria:

  1. Having a minimum score of English language competence: 61 (iBT) or 5.0 (IELTS)
  2. Having SAT certificate ( or taking ITB academic qualification test (ITB AQ Test)
  3. Having good high school report cards
  4. Having no color blindness

Based on the selection system for SNMPTN, SBMPTN, and special selection, ITB will accept prospective students who have high academic achievements and are predicted to successfully complete their studies at ITB based on academic achievement.