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Professional Curriculum for the Doctor of Pharmacy
Pre-Pharmacy Course Requirements for the Doctor of Pharmacy Read the sections describing general education requirements. Pre-pharmacy students are expected to fulfill these requirements.
Pre-Pharmacy Course Requirements for the Doctor of Pharmacy
Read the sections describing general education requirements. Pre-pharmacy students are expected to fulfill these requirements.
Course requirements for the Doctor of Pharmacy include the pre-professional curriculum and four years of professional preparation. Courses and clerkships in the professional curricula are revised periodically to meet pharmacy education standards. Current information on the curriculum can be obtained from the Office for Student Affairs in the College of Pharmacy.
All Doctor of Pharmacy students complete required courses and elective requirements (146 total credits for the professional curriculum and 69-72 credits in the pre-professional program).
Please note that the semester one label may not be the first semester at the university. Semester one refers to the first semester of pre-professional science and mathematics courses. Students who already have satisfied the criteria for a particular semester will be assigned an appropriate semester to begin the tracking program. Critical tracking courses are bolded in the semester plans and should be completed in the semester indicated. Preprofessional courses are preceded by an asterisk (*).
Note: PHY 2053 and 2054 are required for many science majors. These are the preferred physics courses.
NOTE: Calculation of the science and math GPA does not include SPC 2600, Public Speaking. Refer to the section on calculating the science and math GPA.
Doctor of Pharmacy/BS in Nutritional Science Option
Students who complete nutritional science courses through the junior year in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences may be eligible to receive a B.S. in Nutritional Sciences upon completion of the pharmaceutical science courses in the first professional year of the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
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