NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

184 College of Pharmacy—Entry-Level Program These courses are representative of the overall requirements of the program at the time of publication. Updates to the curriculum will be posted online at pharmacy.nova.edu. First Year—Fall/Winter Semesters Credit Hours PHRC 4810 Patient Care Basics 1 PHRC 4820 Biochemical Basis of Drug Therapy 3 PHRC 4830 Fundamentals of Pharmacodynamics 2 PHRC 4840 Dosage Forms and Drug Delivery 4 PHRC 4850 Pharmaceutical Calculations 2 PHRC 4861 Essentials of Professional Practice I 2 PHRC 4871 Evidence-Based Practice I 1 PHRC 4881 Leadership and Professional Development I 1 PHRL 4811 Pharmacy Skills Development I 1 PHRC 4891 Integrated Pharmacy Applications I 2 PHRC 4910 Nonprescription Drugs and Self-Care 3 PHRC 4921 Individualized Drug Therapy 4 PHRC 4931 Integrated Disease Management I 4 PHRC 4962 Essentials of Professional Practice II 2 PHRC 4972 Evidence-Based Practice II 2 PHRC 4982 Leadership and Professional Development II 1 PHRL 4912 Pharmacy Skills Development II 1 PHRC 4992 Integrated Pharmacy Applications II 2 Total First Year 38 Entry-Level CurriculumOutline • successfully complete all curricular requirements and assessments within six academic years • have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale for alpha grading • sat i s fac tor i ly ful f i l l al l f inancial , l ibrary, and university obligations • complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of didactic coursework and all APPEs at NSU COP, if transferring from another college of pharmacy • submit to the registrar’s office an application for degree/ diploma by the posted deadline. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered for that year’s commencement ceremony • must attend the commencement ceremony in person • receive approval by a College of Pharmacy faculty vote • must submit an application for degree/diploma to the registrar’s office by March of the anticipated year of graduation