Pharmacy 677

This course provides disease-oriented, pharmacy-oriented insight into the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and rational drug treatment of diseases primarily encountered in the pediatric age group. Emphasis is on the pharmacist’s role in selecting drug products, individualizing dosages, and monitoring patients.

Note: This was formerly a 2-credit course, Pharmacy 747

Pharmacy 507

This class explores strategies to integrate health and wellness as a part of student success. Students discuss the transition into professional school, building resilience, promoting self-care, combating perfectionism, minimizing isolation, time management, and mindfulness. Strategies for successful and healthy ways of coping with stress will be discovered.

Pharmacy 757

Study the physiological, social, psychological, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic changes that make medication dosing and monitoring different in geriatric patients.  Heavy clinical tilt makes great preparation for Internal Medicine and Ambulatory Care Rotations.  Will also study the issues surrounding death and dying, Hospice versus Palliative Care, and caregiving.

Pharmacy 627

This course will provide an overview of managed care pharmacy and delve into the various roles and responsibilities that pharmacists can have within a managed care setting.  Experts within the specialties of this field will educate students on what their specialty entails and students will help supplement this session with a student-led topic discussion.  Students will also be required to complete a monograph for an assigned drug similar to the process used for a Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T) Committee meeting. 

Pharmacy 767

This course provides a basic overview of key concepts in critical care. Course content includes the principles of hemodynamic monitoring and the pathophysiology and management of selected diseases affecting major organ systems and requiring intensive care therapy.

Pharmacy 527

This course is designed to introduce pharmacy students to the topic of personal finance.

Pharmacy 597

Science- and technology-based rationale behind various regulatory issues involved in pharmaceutical and related industries. 


This course is cross-listed with ChE 597.

Pharmacy 637

This course will offer introductory concepts to cancer care including survivorship, the patient experience, supportive care management including internal medicine application and the multidisciplinary approach to problem solving and patient care.  A few initial complex patient cases will be a common thread throughout the course to apply knowledge gained each class.

Medicinal Chemistry 570

The experiences will vary depending on the specific faculty member's project but may include: conducting clinical or basic science research, performing an extensive review of the literature and preparing a summary report/manuscript, analyzing data that has previously been collected. Students may work on a single project or be exposed to several types of projects during the course. For specific details of the course, students should contact individual faculty. 

Pharmacy 607

Students will develop and improve their understanding of the role of pharmacists in veterinary medicine including opportunities for specialization. Veterinary therapeutics will be reviewed including cardiology, anesthesia, critical care, oncology, antimicrobials, parasitology-zoonosis, food animal medicine, and early drug (pre‐clinical) development. Veterinary laws and regulations including compounding will be discussed.