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Professional Program Curriculum P1 Class Fall 2019

P1 Year FallSpring
PHA 313, Pharmacy Calculations 1 
PHA 323, Pharmaceutical Biochemistry 4 
PHA 324, Biomedical Science I  4
PHA 326L, Integrated Pharmacy Laboratory I  1
PHA 331, Pharmaceutics I 4 
PHA 332, Pharmaceutics II  2
PHA 340, Medicinal Chemistry I 3 
PHA 341, Medicinal Chemistry II  3
PHA 342, Self Care Pharmacotherapeutics I  1
PHA 352, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology & Toxicology I 3 
PHA 353, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology & Toxicology II  3
PHA 363L, Pharmacy Skills Laboratory I 1 
PHA 364L, Pharmacy Skills Laboratory II  2
PHA 367, Pharmacy Practice I: Introduction to Pharmacy Practice 1 
PHA 368, Pharmacy Practice II: Drug Information and Communication  2
Total Semester Credits 1718

NOTE: Introduction to Statistics (STAT 281) or equivalent must be completed prior to the beginning of the P2 year (See pre-pharmacy requirements).

 

P2 Year2Summer FallSpring
PHA 415, Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics 4 
PHA 419, Fundamentals of Health Care Practice II  1
PHA 425, Biomedical Science II 3 
PHA 426L, Integrated Pharmacy Laboratory II  1
PHA 430, Pharmacy Practice Law  3
PHA 445, Pharmacotherapeutics I 3 
PHA 446, Pharmacotherapeutics II  3
PHA 452, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology & Toxicology III 4 
PHA 453, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology & Toxicology IV  4
PHA 463L, Pharmacy Skills Laboratory III 2 
PHA 464L, Pharmacy Skills Laboratory IV  2
PHA 467, Pharmacy Practice III: Research Evaluation and Pharmacoeconomics 2 
PHA 468, Pharmacy Practice IV: Medication Safety and Sterile Compounding  2
PHA 410, Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) I (summer)13  
Total Semester Credits31816

 

 

P3 Year SummerFallSpring
PHA 719L, Pharmacy Capstone   1
PHA 724, U.S. Health Care Systems   3
PHA 726, Integrated Pharmacy Laboratory III  1 
PHA 727, Professional Resources Management  4 
PHA 741, Public and Population Health   2
PHA 742, Self Care Pharmacotherapeutics II  2 
PHA 756, Pharmacotherapeutics III  4 
PHA 757, Pharmacotherapeutics IV  4 
PHA 761, Pharmacotherapeutics V   5
PHA 762, Pharmacotherapeutics VI   5
PHA 763L, Pharmacy Skills Laboratory V  1 
PHA 764L, Pharmacy Skills Laboratory VI   1
Pharmacy Elective  23
PHA 610, Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) II (summer)1 3  
Total Semester Credits 31819

 

 

P4 Year    
Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE)3    
PHA 714, Community Pharmacy 5  
PHA 716, Hospital/Institutional Pharmacy Practice 5  
PHA 772, Internal Medicine I 5  
PHA 774, Ambulatory Care 5  
Assigned APPE (see below) 10  
Elective APPE (see below) 10 

 

Total Credits 40  

 

 

Assigned APPE (choose 2)    
PHA 700, Directed Studies 5  
PHA 706, Critical Care 5  
PHA 707, Infectious Disease 5  
PHA 717, Comm Health & Patient Monitoring 5  
PHA 770, Pediatrics 5  
PHA 771, Geriatrics 5  
PHA 773, Internal Medicine II 5  
PHA 775, Psychiatry 5  

 

 

Elective APPE (choose 2)    
PHA 700, Directed Studies 5  
PHA 701, Home Health/Hospice 5  
PHA 702, Indian Health Services 5  
PHA 703, Pharmacy Administration 5  
PHA 704, Nutrition Support 5  
PHA 705, Clinical Research 5  
PHA 708, Surgery 5  
PHA 709, Nephrology 5  
PHA 710, Pharmacokinetics 5  
PHA 711, Oncology 5  
PHA 712, Nuclear Pharmacy 5  
PHA 713, Managed Care 5  
PHA 780, International Pha Experience 5  
APPEs not utilized from list of Assigned APPEs    

1PHA 410, Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience I (IPPE I) is completed prior to beginning of the P2 year; PHA 610 (IPPE II) is completed in the summer prior to the fall semester of the P3 year.

2Eligible for Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences after completion of P2 year if general education core is also completed.

3Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs) are completed during summer, fall and spring semesters.