Course Information

​Course Number ​Title ​GE
PHAR150 Oiler Pharmacy
This course is an introduction to campus life for P1 pharmacy students. This course will provide a venue for the student mentorship program in the College of Pharmacy, as well as introduce the student to concepts regarding the profession of pharmacy. Topics include, but are not limited to, study skills, time management, health and wellness, pharmacy careers, service learning, and professional communication.
PHAR251 Prof Practice Development
Prerequisite: P2 standing in the College of Pharmacy This course is designed to introduce pre-professional pharmacy students to selected topics related to professionalism and to prepare them for introductory pharmacy practice experiences. This course focuses on professional communication and the social and behavioral aspects of pharmacy practice.
PHAR310 Career Paths in Pharmacy
Prerequisite: P3 or P4 status or permission of the instructor This course prepares the student to effectively choose and manage a career in pharmacy.
PHAR350 Intro to Pharmacy I
Prerequisites: first professional year standing, PHAR 251, and all experiential program requirements. This course will introduce the student to modern pharmacy practice. Topics covered include pharmacy calculations, the role of the pharmacist in the American health care system, communication, and an introduction to over-the-counter medications. The course will also help the student to develop a plan of study to guide the selection of electives and rotations in pharmacy. Students will be required to obtain 100 hours of pharmacy experience with a pharmacist health care provider to expand their knowledge of the existing health care system during their first professional year (50 hours during PHAR 350 and 50 hours during PHAR 351).
PHAR351 Intro to Pharmacy II
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, first professional year standing, and all experiential program requirements This is a continuation of PHAR 350, an introduction to modern pharmacy practice. Topics covered include pharmacy calculations, drug information, patient communication, ethics, drug abuse, and the top 200 drugs. The course will also help the student to develop a plan of study to guide the selection of electives and rotations in pharmacy. Students will be required to obtain 100 hours of pharmacy experience with a pharmacist health care provider to expand their knowledge of the existing health care system during their first professional year (50 hours during PHAR 350 and 50 hours during PHAR 351).
PHAR361 Pharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics I
Prerequisite: first professional year standing Co-requisite: PHAR350 This course introduces the student to the basic principles of dosage form design and preparation. The course integrates pharmaceutic and biopharmaceutic principles as well as product design and preparation, and begins the study of the scientific portion of pharmacokinetics.
PHAR362 Intro to Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
Prerequisite: PHAR 361 This course provides an introduction to the principles of how drug response and sojourn of drugs within the body are quantified and integrated to provide a rational approach to the establishment, optimization and individualization of safe and effective dosage regiments in patients.
PHAR363 Pharmacy Practice Skills
Prerequisite: PHAR 350 This course prepares the student for prescription compounding skills required in the general practice of pharmacy. It also prepares the pharmacy student to take the elective course in advanced compounding.
PHAR370 Physical Assessment for Pharmacy
Prerequisites: CHEM 311/311L, BIOL 323/323L and first professional year standing This course will introduce the pharmacy student to the elements of the physical examination. Minimal physical examination is done. The primary purpose is to teach the student to understand documentation of the physical examination as prepared by other health professionals.
PHAR400 Chem Dependency and the Health Care Professional
This course is a study in chemical dependency as a disease. It integrates fundamental concepts from chemistry, biology, sociology, and medicine. The course will be used to increase awareness of the risk of chemical dependency in health care professionals, its consequences, and the process of recovery. The student is also expected to be able to describe ways to avoid the disease and help colleagues who may be in recovery.
PHAR401 Medicinal Herbs
Prerequisites: second professional year standing in the College of Pharmacy, PHAR 351, 362, 370, CHEM 400, NSCI 323, and BIOL 302 This course prepares the student to understand and recognize the popular herbs used by the general population. Students will learn the most common herbs, their pharmacological uses and the various formulations that are available. Specific emphasis will be placed on herbal-drug interactions. The course will involve lectures, both in class and online, and virtual or real visits to drug stores and botanical gardens.
PHAR402 History of Pharmacy
This course introduces the student to the history of pharmacy. It describes the roots of the profession but focuses on American pharmacy in the last century. It is especially concerned with the roots of the patient care initiative in pharmacy and the implications those ideas have for the future of the profession.
PHAR403 An Intro to Hospital Pharmacy Practice
Prerequisite: first professional year standing in the College of Pharmacy This course introduces pharmacy students to hospital pharmacy practice. It specifically reviews the many roles that a hospital pharmacist may assume and is intended to prepare students for their required hospital-based clinical rotations, hospital-based clinical residencies, as well as potential careers in hospital pharmacy practice.
PHAR404 Medication Therapy Management
Prerequisite: first professional year standing This course will provide the student with an in-depth, working knowledge of Medicare Part D, with an emphasis on Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Services. Through self-study modules, case studies, and hands-on patient interview and assessment practice sessions, students will strengthen existing skills needed to develop and implement MTM services in community pharmacies.
PHAR405 Palliative Care
Prerequisites and/or co-requisites: at least P4 status This course is an introductory course to the discipline of palliative and end-of-life care. This course addresses the care of the dying patient, including physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects.
PHAR406 Directed Rsrch in Pharmacy
This course allows faculty and students to explore topics in the field of pharmacy. Students will work independently with faculty guidance to achieve specific goals. The methods may include laboratory, survey, or clinical experiments.
PHAR409 Substance Abuse Disorders: Awareness, Prevention, and Educ
Prerequisites: P2 status With respect to substance abuse disorders, pharmacists are often the health care providers with the best knowledge of and insight into prevention and treatment. This course will provide pharmacy students with the necessary background information, knowledge, and skills necessary to fulfill this role, while providing opportunities for students to share this knowledge by addressing schools and other public organizations.
PHAR411 Adv Self-Care Pharmacy I
Prerequisites and/or co-requisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 469, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course is one of two courses that will prepare students to manage self-care therapies in patients including non-prescription medications, complementary and alternative therapies, non-pharmacologic treatments, diagnostic tests, and medical devices. Through instruction, self-study, case studies, and hands-on patient interview and assessment practice sessions, students will learn how to assess a patient's health status, determine whether self-care is appropriate, to recommend appropriate self-care measures, and counsel on the proper use of the therapy or device. Course topics include, but are not limited to, dermatologic ailments, cough and cold symptoms, and pain management.
PHAR412 Adv Self-Care Pharmacy II
PHAR413 Adv Prescription Compounding
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, 361, 362, and 363 This is a study in advanced extemporaneous prescription compounding with an emphasis on physico-chemical considerations, stability, and compatibility and dosage forms preparation. Also addresses principles of appraisal, comparison, and selection of appropriate actives, diluents, excipients, and other components necessary to prepare appropriate dosage forms.
PHAR420 Comp Diabetes Mgmt for the Pharm
Prerequisite or concurrent: PHAR 473 This course provides an advanced understanding of the principles of diabetes management, moving beyond basic pharmacotherapy of this disease state to include management information from the disciplines of nursing, medicine, behavioral psychology, medical nutrition therapy, and exercise physiology.
PHAR449 Special Topics in Pharmacy
Prerequisite: P4 status This course will provide the pharmacy student with the opportunity to expand his or her knowledge base from the required curriculum by exploring special interest areas within the profession of pharmacy. The course may include, but is not limited to, exploration of clinical controversies, unique areas of pharmacy practice, pharmaceutical industry topics, the impact of pharmaceuticals on the environment, and marketing of pharmacy services. Course is repeatable, if topic is different.
PHAR460 Pharmacology, Pathophysiology & Therapeutics of Immunology & Connective Tissue Disease
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, 351, 361, 370, BIOL 300, 302, 310/310L, 412/412L, CHEM 400, NSCI 323, and second professional year standing This course prepares the student to assess and manage the drug therapy of diseases of the immune system and connective tissue. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology, and therapeutics. Over-the-counter and herbal therapies are specifically included.
PHAR463 Pharmacology, Pathophysiology & Therapeutics of Respiratory Dis.
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, 351, 361, 362, 370, BIOL 300, 302, 310/310L, 412/412L, CHEM 400, NSCI 323, and second professional year standing This course prepares the student to assess and manage the drug therapy of diseases of the respiratory system. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology, and therapeutics. Over-the-counter and herbal therapies are specifically included.
PHAR466 Pharmacology, Pathophysiology & Therapeutics of Cardio. Disease
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, 351, 361, 362, 370, BIOL 300, 302, 310/310L, 412/412L, CHEM 400, NSCI 323, and second professional year standing This course prepares the student to assess and manage the drug therapy of diseases of the cardiovascular system. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology, and therapeutics. Over-the-counter and herbal therapies are specifically included.
PHAR469 Pharmacology, Pathophysiology & Therapeutics of Infectious Dis.
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, 351, 361, 362, 370, BIOL 300, 302, 310/310L, 412/412L, CHEM 400, NSCI 323, and second professional year standing This course prepares the student to assess and manage the drug therapy of diseases of infectious origin. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology, and therapeutics. Over-the- counter and herbal therapies will be included where appropriate.
PHAR473 Pharmacology, Pathophysiology & Therapeutics of Endocrinology and Metabolism
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, 351, 361, 362, 370, BIOL 300, 302, 310/310L, 412/412L, CHEM 400, NSCI 323, and second professional year standing This course prepares the student to assess and manage the drug therapy of diseases of the endocrine and metabolic systems. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, and therapeutics. Over-the- counter and herbal therapies are specifically included.
PHAR476 Pharmacology, Pathophysiology & Therapeutics of Renal Disease
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, 351, 361, 362, 370, BIOL 300, 302, 310/310L, 412/412L, CHEM 400, NSCI 323, and second professional year standing This course prepares the student to assess and manage the drug therapy of diseases of the renal system and to optimize drug therapy in patients with pre-existing renal dysfunction. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology, and therapeutics. Over-the-counter and herbal therapies are specifically included.
PHAR491 Early Practice Experience I
Prerequisite: completion of all the required courses of the first professional year and all experiential program requirements. Students involved in experiential education are engaged in structured, practice-related activities where knowledge gained from didactic education is coupled with a professional attitude and skills training resulting in the development of an entry-level pharmacist. PHAR 491 and 492 are designed to provide students with introductory experiences in the community and institutional settings. Students will be expected to observe and participate in the dispensing aspects of pharmacy. Students will be required to obtain 100 hours of pharmacy experience during their second professional year (50 hours during PHAR 491 and 50 hours during PHAR 492).
PHAR492 Early Practice Experience II
Prerequisites: completion of all the required courses of the first professional year and all experiential program requirements. Students involved in experiential education are engaged in structured, practice-related activities where knowledge gained from didactic education is coupled with a professional attitude and skills training that results in the development of an entry-level pharmacist. PHAR 491 and 492 are designed to provide students with introductory experiences in community and institutional settings. Students will be expected to observe and participate in the dispensing aspects of pharmacy. Students will be required to obtain 100 hours of pharmacy experience during the second professional year (50 hours during PHAR 491 and 50 hours during PHAR 492).
PHAR501 Medicinal Herbs
Prerequisites: PHAR 351, 362, 370, CHEM 400, NSCI 323, BIOL 302, and P5 student This course prepares the student to understand and recognize the popular herbs used by the general population. Students will learn the pharmacological uses and the various formulations that are available for the most common herbs. Specific emphasis will be placed on herbal-drug interactions.
PHAR502 History of Pharmacy
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course introduces the student to the history of pharmacy. It describes the roots of the profession but focuses on American pharmacy in the last century. It is especially concerned with the roots of the patient care initiative in pharmacy and the implications those ideas have for the future of the profession.
PHAR503 Intro to Hospital Pharm Practice
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course introduces pharmacy students to hospital pharmacy practice. It specifically reviews the many roles that a hospital pharmacist may assume and is intended to prepare students for their required hospital-based clinical rotations, hospital-based clinical residencies, as well as potential careers in hospital pharmacy practice.
PHAR505 Intro to Palliative Care
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course is an introductory course to the discipline of palliative and end-of-life care. This course addresses the care of the dying patient, including physical, emotional and spiritual aspects.
PHAR506 Directed Rsrch in Pharmacy
Prerequisite: permission of the instructor based on a proposal submitted by the student This course allows faculty and students to explore topics in the field of pharmacy. Students will work independently with faculty guidance to achieve specific goals. This course may be repeated for up to six semester hours.
PHAR507 Geriatrics for Pharmacists
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course prepares the student to effectively manage the therapy of geriatric patients. Special attention is paid to the pharmacokinetics of the geriatric population and the drug delivery systems necessary to provide proper care to this population.
PHAR511 Adv Self-Care Pharmacy I
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course is one of two courses that will prepare students to manage self-care therapies in patients including non-prescription medications, complementary and alternative therapies, non-pharmacologic treatments, diagnostic tests and medical devices. Through instruction, self-study, case studies and hands-on patient interview and assessment practice sessions, students will learn how to assess a patient's health status, determine whether self-care is appropriate, recommend appropriate self-care measures and counsel on the proper use of the therapy or device. Course topics include, but are not limited to, dermatologic ailments, cough and cold symptoms and pain management.
PHAR512 Adv Self-Care Pharmacy II
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course is one of two courses that will prepare students to manage self-care therapies in patients including non-prescription medications, complementary and alternative therapies, non-pharmacologic treatments, diagnostic tests and medical devices. Through instruction, self-study, case studies and hands-on patient interview and assessment practice sessions, students will learn how to assess a patient's health status, determine whether self-care is appropriate, recommend appropriate self-care measures and counsel on the proper use of the therapy or device. Topics include, but are not limited to, asthma, diabetes and nutritional supplements.
PHAR513 Adv Prescription Compounding
Prerequisites: PHAR 350, 361, 362, 362L This is a study in advanced extemporaneous prescription compounding with an emphasis on physico-chemical considerations, stability and compatibility and dosage forms preparation. It also addresses principles of appraisal, comparison and selection of appropriate actives, diluents, excipients and other components necessary to prepare appropriate dosage forms.
PHAR520 Comp Diabetes Mgmt for the Pharm
Prerequisite or concurrent: PHAR 473 This course provides an advanced understanding of the principles of diabetes management, moving beyond basic pharmacotherapy of this disease state to include management information from the disciplines of nursing, medicine, behavioral psychology, medical nutrition therapy and exercise physiology.
PHAR530 Medication Therapy Management
Prerequisite: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course will provide the student with an in-depth, working knowledge of Medicare Part D, with an emphasis on medication therapy management (MTM) services. Through self-study modules, case studies and hands-on patient interview and assessment practice sessions, students will strengthen existing skills needed to develop and implement MTM services in community pharmacies.
PHAR549 Special Topics in Pharmacy
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 This course will provide the pharmacy student the opportunity to expand his or her knowledge base from the required curriculum by exploring special interest areas within the profession of pharmacy. The course may include, but is not limited to, exploration of clinical controversies, unique areas of pharmacy practice, pharmaceutical industry topics, the impact of pharmaceutics on the environment and marketing of pharmacy services. Course is repeatable, if topic is different.
PHAR550 Pharmacy Administration
Prerequisite: PHAR 553 This course acquaints the student with the policies and programs encountered in the practice of pharmacy. Special attention is paid to Ohio and federal law as it relates to the practice of pharmacy. This course also is an introduction to the business aspects of pharmacy and the American health care system. Details of health care financing schemes and issues of the provision of public health are presented.
PHAR553 Pharmacoeconomics
Prerequisites: PHAR 351, NSCI 323 The course prepares the student for supporting the value of pharmaceutical therapies and services in the health care marketplace. Careful attention is paid to the evaluation of health care outcomes in the context of various cost-effectiveness analyses.
PHAR560 PP&T of Neurologic Diseases
Prerequisites: PHAR 351, 361, 370, BIOL 300, 302, 310, 412, CHEM 400, NSCI 323 This course prepares the student to manage the drug therapy of diseases covered under neurological disorders. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology and therapeutics. Over-the-counter and herbal therapies are specifically included.
PHAR563 PP&T of Hematology/Oncology
Prerequisites: completion of all the required courses of the second professional year and P5 status This course prepares the student to assess and manage the drug therapy of malignant and hematologic diseases. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology and therapeutics. Over-the-counter and herbal therapies are specifically included.
PHAR566 PP&T of Infectious Diseases
Prerequisites: PHAR 351, 361, 370, BIOL 300, 302, 310, 412, CHEM 400, NSCI 323 This course prepares the student to manage the drug therapy of diseases covered under infectious diseases. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology and therapeutics. Over-the-counter and herbal therapies are specifically included.
PHAR569 PP&T of Gastrointestinal Disease
This course prepares the student to manage the drug therapy of diseases covered under gastrointestinal diseases. The course is taught in an interactive style and integrates pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology and therapeutics. Over-the-counter and health therapies are specifically included.
PHAR590 Pharmacy Culminating Research Experience
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 490, 491, 492 and P5 status This course requires the student to develop a research project in concert with a member of the College of Pharmacy faculty. The students will examine any valid pharmacy question. Each student will be required to submit his or her research project for poster presentation, podium presentation or written publication in a professional recognized venue.
PHAR591 Intermediate Practice Exp. I
Prerequisites: completion of all the required courses of the second professional year and all experiential program requirements Students involved in experiential education are engaged in structured, practice-related activities where knowledge gained from didactic education is coupled with a professional attitude and skills training, which results in the development of an entry-level pharmacist. PHAR 591 and 592 are designed to build upon the early practice experiences in the community and/or institutional settings. Students will be expected to participate in the dispensing aspects of pharmacy with an integration of patient problem-solving and analysis. Students will be required to obtain 100 hours of pharmacy experience during their third professional year (50 hours during PHAR 591 and 50 hours during PHAR 592). Students will also be expected to submit appropriate documentation of the completion of 20 hours of community service completed after the beginning of the first professional (P3) year.
PHAR592 Intermediate Practice Exp. II
Prerequisites: completion of all the required courses of the second professional year and all experiential program requirements Students involved in experiential education are engaged in structured, practice-related activities where knowledge gained from didactic education is coupled with a professional attitude and skills training, which results in the development of an entry-level pharmacist. PHAR 592 is designed to build upon the early practice experiences in the community and/or institutional settings. Students will be expected to participate in the dispensing and clinical aspects of pharmacy with an integration of patient problem-solving and analysis.
PHAR599 Application of Pharmacy Practice
Prerequisites: PHAR 460, 463, 466, 470, 473, 476, 491, 492 and P5 status This course requires the student to apply the material from previous courses to describe, optimize and critique drug therapy. The student will present this information in writing and verbally. Activities include case presentations, reviews of the literature, literature critiques and other formats. Students will also be required to demonstrate proficiency in medication history, patient counseling and communication skills. Students must demonstrate a good working knowledge of material required for completion of rotations and the NAPLEX exam. The final examination covers the entire curriculum. Passage is required for entry into the senior year.
PHAR701 Pharmacy Practice Experience I
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation each for advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR702 Pharmacy Practice Experience II
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation each for advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR703 Pharmacy Practice Experience III
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation each for advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR704 Pharmacy Practice Experience IV
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation each for advanced institutional/general and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR705 Pharmacy Practice Experience V
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation each for advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR706 Pharmacy Practice Experience VI
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation each for advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR707 Pharmacy Practice Experience VII
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two- month rotation each for advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR708 Pharmacy Practice ExperienceVIII
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation for each advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR709 Pharmacy Practice Experience IX
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation each for advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.
PHAR710 Pharmacy Practice Experience X
Prerequisite: completion of all professional courses in the first five years Rotations for the pharmacy practice experience includes a required two-month rotation each for advanced institutional/general medicine and ambulatory/advanced community pharmacy, one required two-month special populations rotations (e.g. geriatrics, pediatrics, critical care) and three months of rotations chosen from a list of electives. Some possibilities for one-month elective rotations include nuclear pharmacy, toxicology, neonatology, cardiology, drug information, compounding and infectious disease. Each course may only be completed once for credit.