School of Pharmacy

PROGRAMME OF STUDIES

For the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy a candidate must complete satisfactorily:

1) the entrance requirements for admission to the First Year of Pharmacy Studies [see Admission to the School of Pharmacy, Regulation 6]; and

2) all credit and non-credit courses included in the Course List for the First, Second and Third Years of Pharmacy Studies. After successful completion of the Third Year of Pharmacy Studies, the Undergraduate Studies Committee may recommend to Council that the degree, Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, be awarded.

OUTLINE OF STUDENTSHIP PROGRAMME

A structured training programme will be offered after the first and second Pharmacy years in appropriate pharmacies in Newfoundland and Labrador and other provinces. Successful completion of this programme will be required before a graduate can qualify for application for licensure as a pharmacist within Newfoundland and Labrador.

Students registered for the Studentship will be permitted to register for up to 6 credit hours in addition to the Studentship.

COURSE STRUCTURE - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHARMACY

PHARMACY - YEAR 1

Fall Semester

- Biochemistry 3200 (Nutrition I)
- Medicine 310A (Physiology)
- Pharmacy 3005 (Pharmaceutical Preparations)
- Pharmacy 3011 (Orientation to Pharmacy)
- Pharmacy 3101 (Human Anatomy)
- Pharmacy 3110 (Introduction to Biochemistry)

Winter Semester

- Chemistry 3100 (Analytical Chemistry)
- Medicine 310B (Physiology)
- Pharmacy 3004 (Professional Practice)
- Pharmacy 3103 (Microbiology)
- Pharmacy 3012 (Physical Pharmacy)
- Pharmacy 3111 (General Biochemistry)

Spring Semester

- Pharmacy 300W (Studentship)

PHARMACY - YEAR 2

Fall Semester

- Medicine 4300 (Introduction to Pharmacology)
- Pharmacy 401W (Seminar)
- Pharmacy 4004 (Pathophysiology)
- Pharmacy 4005 (Chemotherapy)
- Pharmacy 4006 (Applied Pharmacokinetics)
- Pharmacy 4010 (Medicinal Chemistry I)
- Pharmacy 4105 (Immunology)
- Elective

Winter Semester

- Biochemistry 3201 (Nutrition II)
- Business 1000 (Introduction to Business)
- Pharmacy 402W (Seminar)
- Pharmacy 4003 (Pharmacy Administration)
- Pharmacy 4009 (Pharmacology)
- Pharmacy 4011 (Medicinal Chemistry II)
- Pharmacy 4104 (Therapeutics I)
- Elective

Spring Semester

- Pharmacy 410W (Studentship)

PHARMACY - YEAR 3

Fall Semester

- Pharmacy 501W (Seminar)
- Pharmacy 5001 (Human Toxicology)
- Pharmacy 5005 (Communication & Counselling)
- Pharmacy 5008 (Radiopharmacy)
- Pharmacy 5009 (Pharmacoepidemiology)
- Pharmacy 5017 (Pharmaceutical Technology)
- Pharmacy 5104 (Therapeutics II)
- Elective

Winter Semester

- Pharmacy 500X (Clinical Clerkship)

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Last modified on May 10, 2001 by MaryJane Puxley

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