The pharmacy curriculum at the University of Wyoming begins with a two-year preprofessional program followed by the 4-year professional program. The professional program consists of three years of coursework on campus and 40 weeks of experiential coursework performed off-campus. The UW School of Pharmacy admits approximately 52 students every fall. Students in the School of Pharmacy have their own special activities and share in the congenial college community. Students may enter the professional program only upon official acceptance by the School of Pharmacy. Entry into the program is limited and competitive. http://www.uwyo.edu/pharmacy
The Doctor of Pharmacy/MBA will take five years to complete - four years of Pharmacy studies and one year of MBA core courses. Students spend their first year (Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters) in the MBA program taking core courses and completing a summer experiential project (30 credits). The next four years will encompass the traditional Pharm. D. curriculum, including the MBA Capstone course in Year 2. Students completing this program will earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and a Master of Business Administration degree http://www.uwyo.edu/pharmacy/admissions/doctor-of-pharmacy-mba.html
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|General Biology +Lab||4||5|
|Animal Biology +Lab||4||5|
|General Chemistry I +Lab||4||5|
|General Chemistry II +Lab||4||5|
|Organic Chemistry I +Lab||4||5|
|Organic Chemistry II +Lab||4||5|
|Human Anatomy Lab||1||2|
|Human Systems Physiology + Lab||4||5|
|Medical Microbiology +Lab||5||5|
Other clarifying information: Students are required to complete 67 semester hours before matriculation into the professional program. All science and math courses must be completed by the end of the spring semester prior to enrollment. All science courses must have labs. General Microbiology or Pathogenic Microbiology can be substituted for Medical Microbiology if it is not offered. Students who are taking a fusion course of Human Anatomy and Physiology must take two semesters with labs to be equivalent. It is strongly recommended that students complete a composition course and a literature course. Contact the Manager of Pharmacy Student Services for more information. http://www.uwyo.edu/pharmacy/admissions
The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy expects its current and future students to complete the University of Wyoming’s University Studies program prior to graduating from the professional pharmacy program. Work on the University Studies program should begin in the preprofessional years. For more information about the University Studies program please review the following website: http://www.uwyo.edu/unst
The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy recommends the October/November exams, but will accept the January test.
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