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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Programs of Study Six-Year Pharmacy Curriculum  

Six-Year Pharmacy Curriculum

First Preprofessional Year

First Semester

01:119:115 General Biology I (4)

01:160:161 and 101 General Chemistry I (4)

01:160:171 Introduction to Experimentation (1)

01:355:101 Expository Writing I (3)

01:640:135 Calculus I (4)

Second Semester

01:119:116 General Biology II (4)

01:119:117 General Biology Lab (2)

01:160:162 General Chemistry II (4)

01:___:___ Second College-level Writing course (3)*

30:725:104 Pharmacy Convocations (1)**

humanities/social sciences electives (3)

Second Preprofessional Year

First Semester

01:160:307 Organic Chemistry I (4)

01:220:102 Introduction to Microeconomics (3)

01:750:161 Elements of Physics (4)

humanities/social sciences elective (3)

psychology/sociology elective (3)

Second Semester

30:718:200 Integrated Organ Physiology (3)

01:160:308 Organic Chemistry II (4)

01:160:311 Organic Chemistry Laboratory (2)

01:960:401 Basic Statistics for Research (3)

2 humanities/social sciences electives (6)

First Professional Year

First Semester

30:158:309 Biochemical Foundations of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (3)

30:718:304 Pathophysiology (3)

30:721:301 Introduction to Pharmaceutics and Laboratory (4)

30:715:207 Pharmaceutical Chemistry (2)

30:725:320 Foundations of Pharmacy Care (4)

30:___:___ Professional elective I (2)***

30:725:304 LEAP-AHEAD Documentation Portfolio I (0.5)

Second Semester

30:158:310 Biochemical Foundations of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology II (3)

30:721:430 Introduction to Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics (4)

30:718:320 Pharmacology and Pharmacogenetics (3)

30:721:320 Drug Delivery and Laboratory (4)

30:725:321 Integrated Pharmacy Assessment Skills Series (iPASS) I (1)

30:725:305 LEAP-AHEAD Documentation Portfolio II (0.5)

30:___:___ Professional elective I (2)

Summer Semester

30:725:330 Introductory Practice Community Experience (2)

Second Professional Year

First Semester

30:158:420 Pharmaceutical Microbiology (3)

30:715:409 Medicinal Chemistry I (3)

30:720:440 Pulmonary and Hematology Pharmacotherapy (3)

30:720:442 Cardiology Pharmacotherapy (4)

30:725:470 Medical Literature Evaluation and Application (3)

30:725:432 iPASS II (2)

30:___:___ Professional elective II (2)

30:725:404 LEAP-AHEAD Documentation Portfolio III (0.5)

Second Semester

30:715:410 Medicinal Chemistry II (3)

30:720:445 Renal Pharmacotherapy (2)

30:720:446 Infectious Disease Pharmacotherapy (4)

30:725:489 Sterile Compounding (2)

30:725:308 Pharmacy Practice Management (3)

30:___:___ Professional elective III (2)

30:725:433 iPASS III (2)

30:725:405 LEAP Seminar IV (0)

Summer Semester

30:725:480 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Hospital/Institutional (2)

Third Professional Year

First Semester

31:720:540 Endocrine and Reproductive Pharmacotherapy (2)

31:720:541 Gastrointestinal, Hepatic, and Nutrition Pharmacotherapy (2)

31:720:542 Oncology Pharmacotherapy (3)

31:725:550 Self Care and Home Care (3)

31:725:540 Principles of Pharmaceutical Economics (3)

30:___:___ Professional elective IV (2)

31:725:534 iPASS IV (2)

31725:504 LEAP-AHEAD Documentation Portfolio V (0.5)

Second Semester

31:725:545 Pharmacy Law and Bioethics (4)

31:720:545 Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders Pharmacotherapy (2)

31:720:546 Neurology Pharmacotherapy (3)

31:720:547 Immunology, Ocular, and Dermatology Pharmacotherapy (1)

30:725:415 Poison Management and Drug Abuse (3)

30:___:___ Professional elective V (2)

31:725:535 iPASS V (2)

31725:505 LEAP-AHEAD Documentation Portfolio VI (0.5)

Note: All curriculum requirements of the first five years must be successfully completed before students may register for any sixth-year rotation (Advanced Pharmacy Experience). Students must complete at least eight experiential rotations during the last year of the program (summer, fall, spring).

Fourth Professional Year

Summer Session

31:725:791 Advanced Practice Experience I (5)

31:725:792 Advanced Practice Experience II (5)

31:725:793 Advanced Practice Experience III (5)

First Semester

31:725:794 Advanced Practice Experience IV (5)

31:725:795 Advanced Practice Experience V (5)

31:725:796 Advanced Practice Experience VI (5)

Second Semester

31:725:797 Advanced Practice Experience VII (5)

31:725:798 Advanced Practice Experience VIII (5)

31:725:799 Advanced Practice ExperienceIX (5)

31:725:615 Student Portfolio (2)

31:725:617 Pharmacy Reflection Seminar (2)


*01:355:201, 01:355:202, 01:355:203, 01:355:301, 01:355:302, 01:355:312, 01:355:315,
01:355:342, 01:355:375, or 01:355:303. Communication courses willNOT be accepted.
**30:725:104 is required of first-year students only. Transfer students entering the first professional (third) year of the program do not take this course.
***Students must complete five professional electives during the first through third professional years; one of which must be a clinical elective in the third professional year.

 
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