The innovative Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum prepares students for a broad array of careers in pharmacy. Students are admitted to the Pharm.D. program after completing a minimum of 63 semester hours (e.g., 2 years) of preprofessional collegiate study at an accredited college or university. Subsequent to admission, pharmacy students must satisfactorily complete four (4) years of professional study. Pharmacy core courses include the basic pharmaceutical sciences (i.e., anatomy/physiology, medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, pharmaceutics, biopharmaceutics), followed by courses in clinical pharmacy practice (i.e., pathophysiology/therapeutics, drug information/literature evaluation, and pharmacokinetics), pharmacy administration (i.e., pharmaceutical economics, health care delivery) and pharmacy law. Introductory Practice Experiences which are integrated with the didactic course work are completed over the first three professional years of the curriculum. We offer students the opportunity to differentiate their degree by participating in a series of elective tracks during the third professional year. These tracks include a chance to earn a certificate in Business through a collaborative agreement between the School of Pharmacy and the University's Fox School of Business and Management. Students also have the ability to complete specialty elective tracks in Advanced Clinical Practice, Clinical Research, Drug Safety and Nuclear Pharmacy during the third professional. The fourth year is comprised of 36 weeks of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences completed under the supervision of a faculty preceptor. In addition to the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D.), we offer the Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in Pharmaceutics, Pharmacodynamics and Medicinal Chemistry. Our Master of Science program in Quality Assurance/Regulatory (QA/RA) is the most comprehensive in the world.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|General Bio I||3|
|General Bio I LAB||1|
|Organic Chemistry II||3|
|Organic Chemistry II LAB||1|
|Physics I (algebra or calculus based)||3|
|Physics I LAB||1|
|Physics II (algebra or calculus based)||3|
|Physics II LAB||1|
|Mosaic I: Intellectual Heritage I||3|
|General Bio II||3|
|Mosaic II:Intellectual Heritage II||3|
|Race and Diversity||3|
|International Studies I & II OR Foreign Language I & II||6|
|General Bio LAB||1|
|General Chemistry I||3|
|General Chemistry 1 LAB||1|
|General Chemistry II||3|
|General Chemistry II LAB||1|
|Organic Chemistry I||3|
|Organic Chemistry I LAB||1|
Biology I must be equivalent to Biology 1111 and Biology II must be equivalent to Biology 2112 at Temple University. For more details, refer to the Temple University Undergraduate Bulletin at http://www.temple.edu/bulletin/ugradbulletin/ucd/ucdtoc.html
Mosaic I: Intellectual Heritage I must be equivalent to Mosaic: Intellectual Heritage 0851 and Mosaic II: Intellectual Heritage II must be equivalent to Intellectual Heritage 0852 at Temple University. For more details, refer to the Temple University Undergraduate Bulletin at http://www.temple.edu/bulletin/ugradbulletin/ucd/ucd_ih.html
Holders of a degree (BA/BS, MA/MS, Ph.D.) may be exempt from completing up to 9 elective credits. Temple University degree holders are exempt from the CORE.
Please contact the Office of Admissions at (215) 707–4900 for questions regarding course requirements.
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