PHAR 401 - Introduction to Pharmacy in the United States (3 Credits)
This course will provide students with a comprehensive introduction to the profession of pharmacy. It will explore the history of pharmacy and its evolving scope of practice; examine educational and career pathways; and allow students to gain insights into the regulatory and ethical considerations of pharmacy practice and more.
PHAR 402 - Gamecock Pharmacy Assurance to PharmD Bridge Course I (1 Credit)
This course provides students with opportunities for structured engagement and hands-on activities intended to prepare them for entry to the professional Doctor of Pharmacy degree program.
PHAR 403 - Gamecock Pharmacy Assurance to PharmD Bridge Course II (1 Credit)
PHAR 527 - Problems in Pharmacy I (1-6 Credits)
Conferences, assignments, and laboratory. Elective course. Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and department head is required for undergraduate students.