PHM - Pharmacy

PHM 101  Introduction to Pharmacy  (2-3-3)  

Offered Fall Semester

Co-requisite: PHM 112 (required)

This course provides a study and introduction to pharmacy and the role in providing patient care services.

PHM 110  Pharmacy Practice  (3-3-4)  

Offered Spring Semester

Co-requisite: PHM 113, PHM 124, PHM 152 (required)

This course provides a study of theory and practice in procuring, manipulating and preparing drugs for dispensing.

PHM 112  Pharmacy Math  (1-3-2)  

Offered Fall Semester

Co-requisite: PHM 101 (required)

This course provides a study of mathematical manipulation and measurement systems as allied to pharmacy.

PHM 113  Pharmacy Technician Math  (2-3-3)  

Offered Spring Semester

Co-requisites: PHM 110, PHM 124, PHM 152 (required)

This course includes a review of basic mathematics focusing on its application to common pharmaceutical calculations.

PHM 114  Therapeutic Agents I  (3-0-3)  

Offered Fall Semester

Co-requisites: PHM 112, PHM 202 (required)

This course provides an introductory study of therapeutic drug categories.

PHM 124  Therapeutic Agents II  (3-0-3)  

Offered Spring Semester

Co-requisites: PHM 110, PHM 113, PHM 152 (required)

This course includes a study of therapeutic drug categories.

PHM 152  Pharmacy Technician Practicum I  (0-6-2)  

Offered Fall and Spring Semesters

Co-requisites: PHM 110, PHM 113, PHM 124 (all required)

This course provides a practical introduction to the pharmacy environment.

PHM 173  Pharmacy Technician Practicum III  (1-6-3)  

Offered Fall and Summer Semesters

Co-requisite: PHM 175 (required)

This course includes practical experience in a working pharmacy environment.

PHM 175  Pharmacy Technician Practicum  (0-9-3)  

Offered Fall and Summer Semesters

Co-requisite: PHM 173 (required)

This course provides a study of and introduction to the pharmacy in providing patient care services.

PHM 202  Pharmacological Anatomy and Physiology  (3-3-4)  

Offered Fall Semester

Co-requisite: PHM 112, PHM 114 (required)

This course introduces therapeutic drug categories. Basic anatomy and physiology of systems affected by drug action are emphasized.