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Pharmaceutical Sciences, B.S.


Curriculum Requirements


The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. The mission of the department is to supports the College of Arts and Sciences commitment to excellence in scholarship, teaching and service. The Department engages in interdisciplinary teaching and research that provides relevant real world expertise for students to become skilled scientists to excel intellectually and professionally in a global environment and to pursue careers in science and management and graduate schools.

1. 121 Credit Hours:


A minimum of 121 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher and 3.0 or higher in courses within the major are required. Students must repeat ‘D’ and ‘F’ grades in major courses.

2. General Education Requirement:


Students complete General Education Curriculum  required by the university as detailed on the four-year course of study. GEC science and mathematics requirements are met in the major.

3. Program Requirements:


4. Concentration Requirements


N/A

5. Additional Requirements


Students are required to make a poster presentation at the end of BRIT 4010 Lab Module I and an oral presentation at the end of BRIT 4020 Lab Module II.

Program Notes:


The 6 (credits) PHRM seminars satisfy 1 Social Sciences requirements. BIOL 4620 Bioethics  will satisfy the second GEC Humanities requirement

Four- Year Curriculum Plan


Four-Year Curriculum Plan - B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences

For key to symbols used, please see ‘key’ below. 

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 1100  

*  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 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 ( 3 )  

+  HUM 2420  -  Arts & Humanities II ( 3 )  

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

Spring Semester

=  BIOL 4200  -  Introduction to Biostatistics ( 3 )  

=  CHEM 3120  -  Organic Chemistry II ( 3 )  

=  CHEM 3340  -  Organic Chemistry Laboratory II ( 1 )  

+  PEDU 1541  -  Fitness ( 2 )  

=  BIOL 3200  -  General Microbiology ( 4 )  

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

Junior Year

Fall Semester

=  BIOL 4930  -  Scientific Writing ( 3 )  (WI)

=  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 )  

Spring Semester

•  PHRM 4100  -  Immunology & Virology ( 3 )  

•  PHRM 4110  -  Bioprocessing and Cell Culture Lecture ( 3 )  

•  PHRM 4111  -  Lab ( 2 )  

=  CHEM 4510  -  Biochemistry II ( 3 )  

•  PHRM 5120 - Advanced Biochemistry Lab (2)

*  PHRM 3120  -  Seminar VI: Teamwork Dynamics ( 1 )  

Summer III - Internship

Senior Year

Fall Semester

•  PHRM 4120  -  Assay Design ( 4 )  

•  BRIT 4010 - Lab Module I (6)

#  BIOL 4620  -  Bioethics ( 3 )  

+  HEDU 1531  -  Health ( 2 )  

Spring Semester

+  MSCM 1250  -  Elements of Speech Communication ( 3 )   (SI)

•  BRIT 4020 - Lab Module II (6)

¤  Elective (3)

+  HIST 1320  -  World Societies ( 3 )  

 

Total Minimum Credit Hours: 124

Key to symbols used:

Distribution of hours:

+ General Education courses - 24

· Core curriculum courses (Pharmaceutical Sciences) - 33

= Other required courses (Science & Math) - 55

¤ Elective - 3

# Bioethics will satisfy the GEC Humanities II requirement - 3

* The 6 (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 hours - 1

Seminar V: Intellectual Property & Patent Law, credit hours - 1

Seminar VI: Teamwork Dynamics, credit hours - 1