|1904||Osaka Doshu School of Pharmacy is founded in
Dosho-machi, Higashi-ku (present Chuo-ku), Osaka.
|1908||Relocated to Minami Kyutaro-machi, Higashi-ku, (present
Kyutaro-machi, Chuo-ku), Osaka.
|1920||Relocated to Tennoji-mura, Higashinari-gun, (present
Abeno-ku, Osaka City), Osaka.
|1924||Relocated to Moriguchi-cho, Kitakawachi-gun, (present
Moriguchi City), Osaka.
|1925||Dosho Women's College of Pharmacy is founded.
Renamed as Teikoku Women's College of Pharmacy.
|1932||Relocated to Kitayashimo-mura, Minamikawachi-gun,
(present Matsubara City), Osaka.
|1949||Renamed as Teikoku College of Pharmacy.
|1950||Osaka University of Pharmaceutical Sciences is
|1968||Changed to a two-department university (Department of
Pharmacy and Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
|1975||Pharmaceutical Research Master’s Program (MS) is
|1984||Pharmaceutical Research Doctorate Program (PhD) is
|1996||Relocated to the present location (4-20-1 Nasahara,
Takatsuki city, Osaka)
|1999||University-attached Pharmacy is opened (11-14
Kitasono-machi, Takatsuki city, Osaka).
|2002||Clinical Pharmacy Course is opened in the
Pharmaceutical Research Master’s Program.
|2004||Reorganized to consist of two departments: the
Department of Pharmacy and the Department of Life
Centennial anniversary of Osaka University of
|2006||Department of Pharmacy (6-year course) and Department
of Pharmaceutical Sciences (4-year course) are created.
|2009||The construction of Building D is completed in preparation
for the adoption of the 6-year pharmaceutical education
|2010||Pharmaceutical Sciences Master’s Program is started at
the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
|2012||Pharmacy Doctorate Program (4-year course) is started
at the Graduate School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical
Pharmaceutical Sciences Master’s Program is renamed
as Pharmaceutical Sciences First-term Doctorate
Program, and Pharmaceutical Sciences Second-term
Doctorate Program is added.
|2013||Training Course for Cancer Specialist Pharmacists is
included in the Pharmacy Doctorate Program (4-year
course) of the Graduate School of Pharmacy and
|2014||The 110th anniversary of Osaka University of