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2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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


Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Senior Year


Spring Semester


Graduate Year


PHRG 5800

Summer Session


Graduate Research (3)

Fall Semester


PHRG 5100 - Drug Discovery (3)
PHRG 5240 - Assay Technologies (3)
PHRG 5xxx - Graduate Elective (3)
PHRG 5xxx - Graduate Elective (2)
Approval of Thesis Plan/ Admit to Candidacy

Spring Semester


PHRG 5000 - Principles of Pharmacology (3)
                  Graduate Elective (3)
PHRG 5900 - Graduate Thesis (3)
                  Thesis Defense
                                Or
PHRG 5000 - Principles of Pharmacology (3)
                  Graduate Elective (3)
PHRG 5700 - Graduate Non-Thesis
                  Capstone Project Presentation

Notes:


TOTAL MINIMUM CREDIT HOURS FOR UNDERGRADUATE BS DEGREE: 120
TOTAL MINIMUM CREDIT HOURS FOR GRADUATE MS DEGREE: 36
Maximum graduate courses that an undergraduate student can take is 14 credit hours
Nine credit hours of PHRG could be counted toward both undergraduate and graduate curriculum requirments.

Distribution of Hours


Δ courses could be counted towards both undergraduate and graduate credit hours.
ϕ this course counts towards undergraduate credit only.
+ General Education courses - 24,
• Core curriculum courses (Pharmaceutical Sciences) - 33,
= Other required courses (Science & Math) - 54,
 ¤ Elective - 3,
 # Bioethics will satisfy the GEC Humanities II requirement - 3,
^ BIO4200 Biostatistics satisfy 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 V: Intellectual Property & Patent Law, credit hours: 1
Seminar VI: Teamwork Dynamics, credit hours: 1

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