Oct 15, 2018  
University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 
    
University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019

Pharmaceutical Sciences, ABM (BS+MS)


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Curriculum Requirements


  • Junior or Senior Standing
  • Overall grade point average (GPA) of a least 3.0 at the time of admission to the Accelerated Baccalaureate/Master’s (ABM) degree program.
  • Approval from department and Graduate School
  • Must maintain an overall undergraduate and graduate grade point (GPA) of at least 3.0 to continue in the Accelerated Baccalaureate/Master’s (ABM) degree program.

Four- Year Curriculum Plan


Accelerated Dual Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Freshman Year
Fall Semester

+ENG 1110 English Composition I ( 3 )  

=MATH 1200 College Algebra and Trigonometry II ( 3 )  

=CHEM 1100 General Chemistry I ( 4 )  

%BIOL 1202 Principles of Biology: Molecules and Cells ( 4 )  

+UNIV 1100 First Year Seminar ( 2 )  

*PHRM 1110 Seminar I: Overview of the Drug Industry ( 1 )  

Spring Semester

+ENG 1210 English Composition II ( 3 )  

=MATH 2010 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I ( 4 )  

=CHEM 1200 General Chemistry II ( 4 )  

PHRM 1140 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Sciences ( 1 )  

PHRM 1000 Anatomy & Physiology ( 3 )  

*PHRM 1120 Seminar II: FDA Regulations ( 1 )  

Sophomore Year
Fall Semester

=PHYS 2110 General Physics I ( 4 )  

=CHEM 3100 Organic Chemistry I ( 3 )  

=CHEM 3330 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I ( 1 )  

=BIOL 2200 Molecular Biology of Cells I ( 3 )  

+HUM 2410 Arts & Humanities I  or HUM 2420 Arts & Humanities II ( 3 )  

+HEDU 1531 Health ( 2 )  

*PHRM 2110 Seminar III: Introduction to GMP I ( 1 )  

Spring Semester

^=PHRM 3500 Pharmaceutical Data Sciences ( 3 )  

=CHEM 3120 Organic Chemistry II ( 3 )  

=CHEM 3340 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II ( 1 )  

+PEDU 1541 Fitness ( 2 )  

=BIOL 3200 BIOL 3200 ( 4 )  

+HIST 1320 World Societies ( 3 )  

*PHRM 2120 Seminar IV: Good Manufacturing Practice II ( 1 )  

Junior Year
Fall Semester

=CHEM 4520 Biochemistry Laboratory ( 1 )  

=CHEM 4500 Biochemistry I ( 3 )  

+MFL 1192 Elementary (Critical Language) II ( 3 )  

PHRM 4130 Bioanalytical Chemistry Lecture ( 3 )  

PHRM 4131 Lab ( 1 )  

*PHRM 3110 Seminar V: Intellectual Property & Patent Law ( 1 )  

PHRM 4270 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Technical Writing  (WI) or PHRM 5270 Pharm Tech Writing (3)

Spring Semester

PHRM 4100 Immunology & Virology ( 3 )  

PHRM 4110 Bioprocessing and Cell Culture Lecture ( 3 )  

PHRM 4111 Lab ( 2 )  

•PHRG 5120 Advanced Biochemistry Lan (2)

+MSCM 1250 Elements of Speech Communication ( 3 )  

*PHRM 3120 Seminar VI: Teamwork Dynamics ( 1 )  

CHEM 4510 Biochemistry II ( 3 )  /PHRG 5160 Physical Biochemistry (3)

Senior Year
Summer Session

PHRM 4010 Lab Module I: In vivo and In vitro Disease Models ( 6 )  

Senior Year
Fall Semester

PHRM 4120 Assay Design ( 4 )  

•BRIT 4020 Lab Module II

#=BIOL 4620 Bioethics ( 3 )   

PHRG 5100 Drug Discovery (3)

Spring Semester

PHRG 5XXX Elective Course/ Research (3)

PHRG 5130 Enzyme Kinetics (3)

PHRG 5000 Principles of Pharmacology (3)

Graduate Year
Summer Session

PHRG 5800 Graduate Research (3)

Graduate Year
Fall Semester

PHRG 5110 Biopharm Manufact (3)

PHRG 5100 Adv Meth Prot Chem (3)

PHRG 5XXX Elective/ Research (3)

Approval of Thesis Plan/ Admit to Candidacy

Graduate Year
Spring Semester

PHRG 5XXX Elective (3)

PHRG 5900 Graduate Thesis (3)
Thesis Defense

or

PHRG 5XXX Elective Course (3)

PHRG 5700 Graduate Non-Thesis (3)
Capstone Project Presentation

Note:

Total Minimum Credit Hours For Undergraduate BS Degree: 121

Total Minimum Credit Hours For Graduate MS Degree:36

Distribution of Hours

+ General Education Courses-24
• Core curriculum courses(Pharmaceutical Sciences)-33

= Other required course (Science & Math)-54

Elective-3

#Bioethics will satisfy the GEC Humanities II requirement-3 ^ BIOL 4200 Biostatistics this course, @ BIOL4930 Scientific Writing satisfy this course, * The 5(credits) PHRM Seminars satisfy 1 Social Science requirement:

Seminar I: Overview of the Drug Industry, credit hours:1

Seminar II: FDA Regulations, credit hours 1

Seminar III: Good Manufacturing Practice I, Credit hours:1

Seminar IV: Good Manufacturing Practice II, credit: 1 or PHRM1140 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Sciences,Credit hours:1

Seminar V: Intellectual Property & Patent Law, Credit hours:1

Seminar VI: Teamwork Dynamics,credit hours:1

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