PRE-PHARMACY

Coursework under other disciplines is described respectively.

PHAR 1105 Professional (Applied) Development Skills (PADS-I)

The first in a series of 3 linked courses designed to introduce the student to the profession of pharmacy. This course will focus on the history and development of pharmacy and pharmacy education in the United States. An introduction to the concept of pharmaceutical care will be included. Subsequent courses build on the previous one.

PHAR 2110 Professional (Applied) Development Skills (PADS III)

The third in a series of 3 linked courses designed to introduce the student to the profession of pharmacy. The overall theme is of developing professional skills through concepts of medical terminology and basic pharmaceutical calculations. Self-assessment and independent study using blackboard and other techniques are tied to group discussion and faculty feedback on progress.

PHAR 2105 Professional (Applied) Development Skills (PADS II)

The second in a series of 3 linked courses designed to introduce the student to the profession of pharmacy. This course will focus on the United States health care system and the role of the pharmacist. Basic communications skills with patients will be taught and practiced in this course. Subsequent courses build on the previous one.

PRE-PHARMACY