Students admitted to the College's BS in Pharmaceutical Sciences program beginning 2017 and later will follow the new curriculum.  Students are required to complete all requirements of the BSPS curriculum.

A minimum of 120 credits are required for graduation.

 

This new curriculum is under development and will be finalized in time for Fall Term 2017 enrollment.

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  • General Education Requirements (18cr)

    ¨ English 124 or 125 (4cr)

    ¨ Humanities or foreign language (2 courses) (9cr)

    ¨ Social Science (2 courses) (6cr)

  • Math/Science/Lab Requirements (48cr)

    ¨ Biology 171(4cr)

    ¨ Biology 172 (4cr)

    ¨ Biology Lab 173 (2cr)

    ¨ Chemistry Lab 125 (1cr)

    ¨ Chemistry Lab 126 (1cr)

    ¨ Chemistry 130 (3cr)

    ¨ Chemistry 210 (4cr)

    ¨ Chemistry Lab 211 (1cr)

    ¨ Chemistry 215 (3cr)

    ¨ Chemistry Lab 216 (2cr)

    ¨ Chemistry 230 or 260 (3cr)

    ¨ Math 115 Calculus I (4cr)

    ¨ Biochemistry 415 (3cr)

    ¨ Physics 135 (4 cr) and Lab 136 (1cr)

    ¨ Statistics 250 (4cr)

    ¨ Physiology 201 or 502 (4cr)

  • BSPS Requirements (Years 2-4) (24 cr)

    A series of courses are under development within the College of Pharmacy.  Each semester, BSPS students will elect one course and one seminar designed for students in the program. The courses listed below are examples of the courses that are under development.  Course titles and numbers will be updated when official.

    Sophomore Level Courses

    F2: Pharmacy 200 - Science of Medicines (3cr)
    Health professions, Healthcare System, Health finance
    Prerequisites: none

    F2: Pharmacy 202 Seminar - Career Exploration (1cr)
    Broad focus on health professions
    Prerequisites: none. BSPS only or permission

    W2: From Molecules to Drugs and Drug Products I (MDDP-I) (2cr)
    Drug Discovery and Development in the Modern Era.
    Prerequisites: none.

    W2: From Molecules to Drugs and Drug Products II (MDDP-II) (1cr)
    Advanced topics in Drug Discovery, Development, Regulations, Manufacture, and Market.
    MDDP I is prerequisite or corequisite for MDDP II
    Prerequisite or Concurrent: MDDP-I.

    W2: Seminar – Contemporary Research (1cr)
    Focus on research in Clinical Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry, and Pharmaceutical Sciences
    Prerequisites: none. BSPS only or permission

     

    Junior Level Courses

    F3: PharmSci 300 - Biopharmaceutics (3cr)
    Drug properties, transport, absorption, PK, ADME
    Prerequisites: General Chemistry, Calc I,
    Concurrent: Organic Chem 210, Biology

    F3: Pharmacy 302 Seminar – Personal Development (1 cr)
    Focus on careers in health science/professions
    Prerequisites: none. BSPS only or permission

    W3: Principles of Drug Action (3cr)
    Drug properties, Pharmacology, Medicinal Chemistry principles
    Focus on concepts, background needed to succeed in MC 500
    Prerequisites: Organic Chem 210
    Concurrent: Organic Chem 215

    W3: Seminar – Clinical and Research Ethics, (1cr)
    Ethics of Clinical Science & Research, Pharma in the news
    Prerequisites: none. BSPS only or permission

     

    Senior Level Courses

    F4: Pharmaceutics of Drug Products and Biotech (3cr)
    Physical chemistry of drugs, dosage forms, routes of delivery, biotechnology manufacture, delivery, products
    Prerequisites: Gen Chemistry, Calc I,
    Concurrent: Organic Chem 210, Biology

    F4: Seminar – Seminar in Clinical Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry, and Pharmaceutical Sciences (1cr)
    Prerequisites: none

    W4: BSPS Laboratory (3cr)
    Analytical methods for research, drugs, drug products
    Prerequisites: BSPS students only, senior standing recommended

    W4: Seminar - Seminar in Clinical Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry, and Pharmaceutical Sciences (1cr)
    Prerequisites: none

     

  • Electives (varies)

    Remaining credits fulfilled with advanced electives.  Course selection will follow expected career paths and will be made in consultation with an advisor.