Undergraduate Catalog


Doctor of Pharmacy

Major Requirements

Students receiving a Doctor of Pharmacy degree are required to complete the following courses:

Three hours each of general education courses from social science, foreign language/culture and fine arts

HPE 100Wellness: Strategies for Life

2

 

ENGL 272Introduction to Technical Communication

3

or

ENGL 282Introduction to Writing for the Sciences

3

 

MATH 141Calculus I

4

MATH 223Applied Statistics and Data Analysis

3

required courses continued:

PHIL 221Health Care Ethics

3

BIOL 152Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology

3

BIOL 152LIntroduction to Cell and Molecular Biology/Lab

1

BIOL 300Immunology

3

BIOL 302Cell Biology

3

BIOL 310Human Genetics

3

BIOL 310LHuman Genetics Lab

1

BIOL 322Human Anatomy & Physiology I

3

BIOL 322LHuman Anatomy & Physiology/Lab

1

BIOL 323Human Anatomy & Physiology II

3

BIOL 323LHuman Anatomy & Physiology II/Lab

1

BIOL 412Microbiology

3

BIOL 412LMicrobiology Lab

1

CHEM 130General Chemistry I/Lecture

3

CHEM 130LGeneral Chemistry I/Lab

1

CHEM 131General Chemistry II/Lecture

3

CHEM 131LGeneral Chemistry II/Lab

1

CHEM 210Organic Chemistry I/Lecture

3

CHEM 210LOrganic Chemistry I/Lab

1

CHEM 211Organic Chemistry II/Lecture

3

CHEM 211LOrganic Chemistry II/Lab

1

CHEM 400Biochemistry

4

PHYS 260Physics for the Health Sciences

4

PHAR 150Oiler Pharmacy

1

PHAR 151Oiler Pharmacy II

1

PHAR 250Professional Practice Development I

1

PHAR 251Professional Practice Development II

1

PHAR 350Introduction to Pharmacy I

3

PHAR 351Introduction to Pharmacy II

3

PHAR 361Pharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics I

4

PHAR 362Introduction to Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics

4

PHAR 363Pharmacy Practice Skills

1

PHAR 370Physical Assessment for Pharmacy

2

PHAR 380Introductory Pharmacology and Medicinal Chemistry

3

PHAR 391Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience I

1

PHAR 392Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience II

1

PHAR 411Advanced Self-Care for the Pharmacist

2

PHAR 460Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, and Therapeutics of Immunology and Connective Tissue Disease

4

PHAR 463Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, and Therapeutics of Respiratory Disease

4

PHAR 466Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, and Therapeutics of Cardiovascular Disease

5

PHAR 469Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, and Therapeutics of Infectious Diseases

4

PHAR 473Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, and Therapeutics of Endocrinology and Metabolism

5

PHAR 476Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, and Therapeutics of Renal Disease

4

PHAR 491Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience III

1

PHAR 492Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience IV

1

PHAR 550Pharmacy Administration

5

PHAR 553Pharmacoeconomics

3

PHAR 560Pharmacology, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics of Neurologic and Psychiatric Disorders

4

PHAR 563Pharmacology, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics of Hematology/Oncology

4

PHAR 569Pharmacology, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics of Gastrointestinal Disease

4

PHAR 590Pharmacy Culminating Research Experience

2

PHAR 591Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience V

1

PHAR 592Introduction to Pharmacy Practice VI

1

PHAR 599Application of Pharmacy Practice

5

one of the following:

ENGL 106College Writing II: Academic Writing and Research

3

ENGL 107College Writing II Tutorial: Academic Writing and Research

3

ENGL 206College Writing II Advanced: Academic Writing and Research

3

one course from:

CSCI 150Introduction to Computers

3

CSCI 190Computer Concepts with Programming

3

COMM 110Principles of Speech

3

COMM 211Argumentation and Debate

3

or competency exam

36 hours from:

PHAR 701-709Pharmacy Practice Experience

4

In addition, Doctor of Pharmacy students are required to take an additional 14 semester hours of professional electives.