Post-Baccalaureate Program

Doctor of Pharmacy

Post-Baccalaureate Program

The post-baccalaureate program at the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences allows licensed pharmacists who hold a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy to earn a PharmD degree. The curriculum includes the last two years of studies of the entry-level PharmD program.  This includes one year of didactic training followed by an additional six to nine months of clinical rotations.

Curriculum

First Year

Semester 1

Courses  

Credit Hours

PHAR 501/503 – Therapeutics I & II

6

PHAR 528 – Experimental Design and Biostatistics

4

PHAR 515P – Introduction to Pharmacy Practice V

0.5

PHAR 5XX – Electives

6

Semester 2

Courses 

Credit Hours

PHAR 545/547 – Therapeutics III & IV

6

PHAR 509 – Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

4

PHAR 544 – Introduction to Clinical Research Design and Lit. Evaluation

2

PHAR 519– Physical Assessment

2

PHAR 310 – Immunology*

3

PHAR 516P – Introduction to Pharmacy Practice VI

0.5

Second Year

Nine Month Rotations**

Courses

Credit Hours

PHAR 6XX – Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (nine one-month)

36

PHAR 699 – Professional Presentation Seminar

1

* Electives must be substituted for these courses if previously completed.

**Request for exemption from up to three rotations based on prior experience may be submitted to the chair of pharmacy practice.