Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences

เว็บไซต์คณะเภสัชศาสตร์ : http://www.pharmacy.psu.ac.th
เว็บไซต์หน่วยเภสัชสารสนเทศ : http://drug.pharmacy.psu.ac.th


To be a leading research-based institute on pharmaceutical sciences in Asia, entrusted with the duty to produce graduates and work for the benefit of the community.


  • To develop knowledge, produce academic output and research works of high quality for the benefit of teaching, learning, and academic services.
  • To produce, in response to the need of society and country, qualified pharmaceutical personnel at the bachelor degree level and higher, who are good citizens, capable, morally and ethically sound and in possession of public consciousness.
  • To offer academic services relating to pharmaceutical sciences to society in various forms, such as the production, analysis and research of pharmaceutical products; to give services in medicine and health related products, and to give advice and information on pharmaceutical products and clinical pharmacy.
  • To develop potential of pharmaceutical profession in playing a significant role in the development of the public health system of the country, for the better life-quality of the Thai people.
  • To preserve heritage in arts and culture, and to conserve traditional Thai wisdom.

The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, is the first institution of higher learning in Pharmaceutical Sciences in southern Thailand which offers study programs in undergraduate level and higher. It was initially set up as a unit in the Establishment of Medical Sciences Center Project, Prince of Songkla University, in 1972. The Faculty was formally established in 1978, with assistant professor Dr. Sunalinee Nikrothanonta as the first Dean. The first batch of students was admitted, through the direct entrance examination, into the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences program, in 1979. Up to the academic year 2008, a total of 30 batches of students have been admitted and the Faculty has produced more than 2,000 graduates to serve the country.