Mount Kenya University has physical libraries in all its campuses  which can be accessed by any MKU student. School of Pharmacy has invested heavily into books which can be borrowed or read from the library. The University is also in possession of an electronic library sections due to its quest  to embrace digital learning where the students can log in and access e-materials including e-books, e-journals and other academic materials

Previous contribution into the body of knowledge by the School of Pharmacy students and faculty member is also accessible online even outside of the library through the  University e-repository. The E-repository was ranked as the third best in Kenya in the [Webometric ranking, January 2017 results]. Below is a list of some few titles of books available at the library. We encourage our students to form study groups and make use of the discussion study villas which are extension of the library

  1. Textbook of embryology normal and abnormal development
  2. Textbook of Human Histology: With Colour Atlas & Practical Guide
  3. Biochemistry
  4. Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry
  5. Textbook of Biochemistry for Medical Students
  6. Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry
  7. Organic Chemistry
  8. Heterocyclic Chemistry
  9. Vogel’s Textbook of Practical Organic Chemistry
  10. Textbook of Organic Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  11. Organic Chemistry
  12. Physical Chemistry
  13. Organic Chemistry
  14. Organic Chemistry
  15. Organic Chemistry
  16. Introduction to Bioinformatics
  17. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
  18. Drug information for healthcare professionals
  19. Biostatistics for Medical students
  20. Biostatistics
  21. An Introduction to Medical Statistics
  22. Martindale Book + CD Rom package
  23. Drug Information Handbook
  24. British Pharmacopoeia 2006 (Vol I & II)
  25. Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary
  26. Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology
  27. Medical Microbiology
  28. Basic Histology Text and Atlas
  29. Histology: A Text and Atlas
  30. Microbiology: An Introduction
  31. Immunology
  32. District Laboratory Practice in Tropical Countries
  33. Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  34. Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  35. Fundamentals of pharmaceutical Chemistry
  36. Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry,
  37. Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry
  38. Principles of Medicinal Chemistry
  39. Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry
  40. A Textbook of Pharmaceutical Analysis
  41. FASTtrack: Pharmaceutics – Dosage Form and Design
  42. Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy
  43. Pharmaceutical Principles of Solid Dosage Form
  44. Aulton’s Pharmaceutics: The Design and Manufacture of Medicines
  45. Pharmaceutical Calculations
  46. Pharmacy Calculations
  47. Comprehensive Pharmacy Review
  48. The Theory and Practice of Industrial Pharmacy
  49. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms: Tablets, Volume 1
  50. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms, Vol. 2 -Disperse
  51. Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms: Tablets, -Volume 3
  52. Applied Clinical Pharmacokinetics,
  53. Communication skills in Pharmacy Practice.
  54. Research Methodology: Methods and Techniques
  55. A Practical Guide to Contemporary Pharmacy Practice
  56. Dale and Appelbe’s Pharmacy Law and Ethics
  57. Drug Misuse and Community Pharmacy
  58. Research methods: Qualitative and quantitative approaches.
  59. Textbook of Hospital Pharmacy
  60. Trease and Evans’ Pharmacognosy
  61. Medicinal Plants of East Africa.
  62. Applied Therapeutics The clinical use of drugs
  63. Pharmacology
  64. Clinical Chemistry In Diagnosis and Treatment
  65. Drugs in use: Clinical case studies for Pharmacists
  66. Pharmacology (Examination and board review)
  67. Principle of Pharmacology- a tropical approach
  68. Porth’s Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States
  69. Practical Haematology
  70. Essential Haematology
  71. Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice,
  72. Oxford Handbook of Clinical Pharmacy
  73. Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics
  74. Clinical Medicine