Pharmacy learning requires both theoretical/classroom teaching and practical learning where students develop hand on skills necessary in the course and future practice. The University has invested in the following laboratories which offer controlled environments for the students to perform their tests and experiments

  1. Anatomy and pathology laboratory
  2. Biochemistry/chemistry laboratory
  3. Clinical skills laboratory
  4. Histology and Pathology Laboratory
  5. Microbiology Laboratory
  6. Pharmaceutical chemistry laboratory
  7. Pharmacognosy laboratory
  8. Pharmacology laboratory
  9. Physiology laboratory
  10. Pharmaceutics laboratory

The laboratories are well equipped with all state of art equipment’s necessary for learning and research .In addition the University has a research laboratory in the Directorate of Research and Innovation Development which are available for students to study and conduct research.