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Pre-Pharmacy Coursework

Colorado Transfer Guide


The following are course transfer guides specific to colleges and universities in Colorado.

The following are course transfer guides specific to colleges and universities in Colorado.

Adams State College
Catalog: 2014-2015
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHE

131

5

General College Chemistry I w/lab

CHE

132

5

General College Chemistry II w/lab

CHE

321

5

Organic Chemistry I w/lab

CHE

322

5

Organic Chemistry II w/lab

BIOL

203

5

General College Biology I w/lab

BIOL

204

5

General College Biology II w/lab

BIOL

205

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL

202

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIOL

215

4

Microbiology w/lab

MATH

120

5

Single Variable Calculus I

PHYS

230

5

Physics I

CHEM

401

4

Biochemistry w/lab

Additional Course Requirements

Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENG

101

3

Communication Art

ENG

102

3

Communication Art II

SPE

100

3

Speech Fundamentals

ECON

255

3

Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

Aims Community College
Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHE

111

5

General College Chemistry I w/lab

CHE

112

5

General College Chemistry II w/lab

CHE

211

5

Organic Chemistry I w/lab

CHE

212

5

Organic Chemistry II w/lab

BIOL

111

5

General College Biology I w/lab

BIOL

112

5

General College Biology II w/lab

BIOL

201

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL

202

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIOL

204

4

Microbiology w/lab

MATH

201

5

Calculus I

PHYS

111

5

Physics: Algebra Based I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENG

121

3

English Composition I

ENG

122

3

English Composition II

COM

115

3

Public Speaking

ECON

202

3

Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

*** The Biochemistry I requirement cannot be completed at a community college.  It must be an upper-division course with organic chemistry as a pre-requisite, taken at a 4 year college or university.

 

Colorado Christian University
Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semesters
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHM

121/131

5

General College Chemistry I w/lab

CHM

122/132

5

General College Chemistry II w/lab

CHM

221/231

5

Organic Chemistry I w/lab

CHM

222/232

5

Organic Chemistry II w/lab

BIO

120/121

4

Biology I w/lab

BIO

130/131

4

General College Biology II w/lab

BIO

201/211

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO

202/212

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO

308/318

4

Microbiology w/lab

MAT

141

4

Calculus I

PHY

212

5

Physics I w/lab

CHM

331

3

Biochemistry

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENG

102

3

English Composition

ENG

105

3

Advanced English Composition

COM

103

3

Speech Communication

ECO

215

3

Economics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

 

Colorado College
Catalog: 2014-2015
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CH

107

1 unit

General Chemistry I

CH

108

1 unit

General Chemistry II

CH

250

1 unit

Structures of Organic Molecules w/ lab

CH

251

1 unit

Reactions of Organic Molecules w/ lab

CH

382

1 unit

Biochemistry I

BY

208

1 unit

Ecology

BY

131

1 unit

Intro to Molecular & Cell Biology

BY

304

1 unit

Immunology w/ lab

SC

207

1 unit

Human Anatomy w/ lab

SC

206

1 unit

Human Physiology w/ lab

MA

126

1 unit

Calculus I

PC

141

1 unit

Introduction to Physics I

Additional Course Requirements



Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

EC

151

1 unit

Principles of Microeconomics

TH

211

1 unit

Speech Arts

Writing requirement

 

2 units

College approved writing courses accepted.

Social Science (3 units): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (5.5 units): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

 

Colorado Community College System Colleges

The colleges included in the Colorado Community College System are:

  • Colorado Community Colleges Online
  • Arapahoe Community College
  • Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • Community College of Aurora
  • Community College of Denver
  • Front Range Community College
  • Lamar Community College
  • Morgan Community College
  • Northeastern Junior College
  • Otero Junior College
  • Pikes Peak Community College
  • Pueblo Community College
  • Red Rocks Community College
  • Trinidad State Junior College

Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHE

111

5

General College Chemistry I w/lab

CHE

112

5

General College Chemistry II w/lab

CHE

211

5

Organic Chemistry I w/lab

CHE

212

5

Organic Chemistry II w/lab

BIO

111

5

General College Biology I w/lab

BIO

112

5

General College Biology II w/lab

BIO

201

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO

202

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO

204

4

Microbiology w/lab

MAT

201

5

Calculus I

PHY

111

5

Physics: Algebra Based I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENG

121

3

English Composition I

ENG

122

3

English Composition II

COM

115

3

Public Speaking

ECON

202

3

Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

*** The Biochemistry I requirement cannot be completed at a community college.  It must be an upper-division course with organic chemistry as a pre-requisite, taken at a 4 year college or university.

CCCS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

CHE 111 General College Chemistry I:

GT-SC15 Credits: Focuses on basic chemistry and measurement, matter, chemical formulas, reactions and equations, stoichiometry and thermochemistry. This course covers the development of atomic theory culminating in the use of quantum numbers to determine electron configurations of atoms, and the relationship of electron configuration to chemical bond theory and molecular orbital theory. The course includes gases, liquids, and solids and problem- solving skills are emphasized through laboratory experiments.

CHE 112 General College Chemistry II: GT-SC1

5 Credits Presents concepts in the areas of solution properties, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base and ionic equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and organic chemistry. This course emphasizes problem solving skills and descriptive contents for these topics. Laboratory experiments demonstrate qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques.

CHE 211 Organic Chemistry I

5 Credits Focuses on compounds associated with the element carbon including structure and reactions of aliphatic hydrocarbons and selected functional group families. The course covers nomenclature of organic compounds, stereochemistry, reaction mechanisms such as SN1, SN2, E1 and E2. Laboratory experiments demonstrate the above concepts plus the laboratory techniques associated with organic chemistry.

CHE 212 Organic Chemistry II

5 Credits Continues the investigation into the chemistry of carbon-based compounds, their reactions and synthesis including the structure, physical properties, reactivities, and synthesis of organic functional groups not covered in the first semester. The course explores functional groups including alcohols, ethers, aromatics, aldehydes, ketones, amines, amides, esters, and carboxylic acids and the reactions and reaction mechanisms of aromatic compounds. An introduction to biochemical topics may be included if time permits. Laboratory experiences demonstrate the above concepts and the laboratory techniques associated with organic chemistry.

BIO 111 General College Biology With Lab: GT-SC1

5 Credits Examines the fundamental molecular, cellular and genetic principles characterizing plants and animals. Includes cell structure and function and the metabolic processes of respiration and photosynthesis, as well as cell reproduction and basic concepts of heredity. This course includes laboratory experience.

BIO 112 General College Biology II With Lab: GT-SC1

5 Credits A continuation of Biology I. Includes ecology, evolution, classification, structure and function in plants and animals. This course includes laboratory experience.

BIO 201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I: GT-SC1

4 Credits Focuses on an integrated study of the human body including the histology, anatomy and physiology of each system. Examines molecular, cellular and tissue levels of organization plus integument skeletal, articulations, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems. Includes a mandatory hands-on laboratory experience covering experimentation, cadaver workshops, microscopy, observations and dissection. This is the first semester of a two-semester sequence. BIO 202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II: GT-SC1

4 Credits Focuses on the integrated study of the human body and the histology, anatomy and physiology of the following systems and topics: cardiovascular, hematology, lymphatic and immune, urinary, fluid and electrolyte control, digestive, nutrition, respiratory, reproductive and development. Includes a mandatory hands-on laboratory experience involving experimentation, cadaver workshops, microscopy, observations and dissection. This is the second semester of a two-semester sequence.

BIO 204 Microbiology: GT-SC1

4 Credits Designed for health science majors. Examines microorganisms with an emphasis on their structure, development, physiology, classification and identification. The laboratory experience includes culturing, identifying and controlling microorganisms with an emphasis on their role in infectious disease

MAT 201 Calculus 1: GT-MA1

5 Credits Introduces single variable calculus and analytic geometry. Includes limits, continuity, derivatives, and applications of derivatives as well as indefinite and definite integrals and some applications.

PHY 111 Physics I - Algebra-Based GT-SC1

 5 Credits (Includes lab) These Algebra-based courses (often called College Physics) form a two-semester sequence that covers the traditional topics of Mechanics, Fluids, Heat, Wave Motion, Electricity and Magnetism, Optics.

ENG 121 English Composition I: GT-CO1

3 Credits Emphasizes the planning, writing, and revising of compositions, including the development of critical and logical thinking skills. This course includes a minimum of five compositions that stress analytical, evaluative, and persuasive/argumentative writing.

ENG 122 English Composition II: GT-CO2

3 Credits Expands and refines the objectives of English Composition I. Emphasizes critical/logical thinking and reading, problem definition, research strategies, and writing analytical, evaluative, and/or persuasive papers that incorporate research.

COMM 115 Speech Communication GT

3 Credits This course helps you to overcome this fear by combining the basic theory of speech communication with public performance skills. Emphasis is on speech delivery, preparation, organization, research, support, and audience analysis.

ECO 201 Macroeconomics (GT-SS1)

3 Credits Studies the firm, the nature of cost, and how these relate to the economy as a whole. Analyzes economic models of the consumer, perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic competition. Explores economic issues including market power, population growth, positive and negative externalities, income distribution, poverty and welfare, discrimination, and international economic interdependence.

 

Colorado Mesa University (formerly Mesa State College)
Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHEM

131

4

General Chemistry 1

CHEM

131L

1

General Chemistry 1 w/lab Laboratory

CHEM

132

4

General Chemistry 2

CHEM

132L

1

General Chemistry 2 w/ Laboratory

CHEM

311

4

Organic Chemistry1

CHEM

311L

1

Organic Chemistry 1 w/ Laboratory

CHEM

312

4

Organic Chemistry 2

CHEM

312L

1

Organic Chemistry 2 w/ Laboratory

CHEM

315

4

Biochemistry

BIOL

105

4

Attributes of Living Systems

BIOL

105L

1

Attributes of Living Systems Lab

BIOL

106

3

Principles of Animal Biology

BIOL

106L

2

Principles of Animal Biology Lab

BIOL

250 or 350

3

Introduction to Medical Microbiology

BIOL

250L or 350L

Intro to Medical Microbiology Laboratory

BIOL

209

3

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL

209L

1

Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab

BIOL

210

3

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIOL

210L

1

Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab

MATH

151

5

Calculus I

PHYS

112

4

General Physics

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENGL

111

3

English Composition

ENGL

112

3

English Composition

SPCH

102

3

Speechmaking

ECON

202

3

Principles of Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

 

Colorado School of Mines
Catalog: 20014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHGN

121

4

Principles of Chemistry I

CHGN

124+126

4

Principles of Chemistry II

CHGN

221+223

4

Organic Chemistry I

CHGN

222+224

4

Organic Chemistry II

CHE

481

 

General Biochemistry I

BELS

301+311

4

General Biology I

BELS

303+313

4

General Biology II

BIO

351

 

Microbiology

BIO

341

 

Human Anatomy w/lab

BIO

350

 

Human Physiology w/lab

MATH

111

4

Calculus For Science Engineers I

PHGN

100

4.5

Physics I-Mechanics

CHGN

428

4

Biochemistry

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENG

122

3

Elementary Composition: Exposition

ENG or SCI

123 or 291

3

College Research Paper or Scientific Writing

COMM

100 & 103

3

Basics of Public Speaking & Speaking Evaluation

EBGN

201

3

Principles of Economics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

 

Additional Course Requirements
Dept. Course # Credits Title
ENG 1010 3 Freshman Composition: The Essay
ENG 1020 3 Freshman Composition: Analysis, Research and Documentation
SPE 1010 3 Public Speaking
ECO 2020 3 Principles of Economics - Microeconomics
Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses
General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above. Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

 

Colorado State University
Catalog: 2014-2015
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHEM

111

4

General Chemistry I

CHEM

112

1

General Chemistry Laboratory I

CHEM

113

3

General Chemistry II

CHEM

114

1

General Chemistry Laboratory II

CHEM

341 or 345

3

Organic Chemistry I

CHEM

343 or 346

3

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM

344

2

Organic Chemistry Lab

LIFE*

102

4

Attributes of Living Systems

LIFE*

103

4

Biology of Organisms-Animals & Plants

or

 LIFE or BZ series acceptable

BZ*

120

4

Principles of Plant Biology

BZ*

110 and 111

3 / 1

Principles of Animal Biology w/lab

BC

351

4

Principles of Biochemistry

MIP

300

3

General Microbiology

MIP

302

2

General Microbiology Lab

BMS

300

4

Principles of Human Physiology

BMS

302

2

Human Physiology Lab

BMS

301

5

Human Gross Anatomy w/lab

Math

155

4

Calculus for Biological Scientists I

PH

121

5

General Physics I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CO

130 &/or 150 &/or 301B

6

Academic Writing and/or College Composition and/or Writing in the Disciplines - Science

SPCM

200

3

Public Speaking

ECON

202

3

Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, history anthropology, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

 

Colorado State University Pueblo
Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credit

Title

CHEM

121

4

General Chemistry I

CHEM

121L

1

General Chemistry Laboratory I

CHEM

122

4

General Chemistry II

CHEM

122L

1

General Chemistry Laboratory II

CHEM

301

3

Organic Chemistry I

CHEM

301L

2

Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

CHEM

302

3

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM

302L

2

Organic Chemistry Laboratory II

CHEM

411

3

Biochemistry I

BIOL

191

3

College Biology I

BIOL

191L

2

College Biology Laboratory I

BIOL

192

3

College Biology II

BIOL

192L

2

College Biology Laboratory II

BIOL

223

3

Human Physiology and Anatomy I

BIOL

223L

1

Human Physiology and Anatomy I Lab

BIOL

224

3

Human Physiology and Anatomy II

BIOL

224L

1

Human Physiology and Anatomy II Lab

BIOL

206 or 301

3

Intro to Microbiology or General Microbiology

BIOL

206L or 301L

1

Intro to Microbiology or General Microbiology Laboratory

MATH

126

5

Calculus and Analytical Geometry

PHYS

201

3

Principles of Physics I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course#

Credit

Title

ENG

101

3

Composition I

ENG

102

3

Composition II

SPCOM

103

3

Speaking and Listening

ECON

202

3

Principles of Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

 

Fort Lewis College
Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHEM

150

4

Fundamentals of Chemistry I

CHEM

151

4

Fundamentals of Chemistry II

CHEM

250

4

Organic Chemistry I

CHEM

251

4

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM

311

3

General Biochemistry I

BIO

112

4

Intro to Organismic & Evol Bio

BIO

113

4

Intro to Cell & Molecular Bio

BIO

331

4

Microbiology

BIO

233

4

Human Anatomy

BIO

234

4

Human Physiology

MATH

221

4

Calculus I

PHYS

201

4

Physics – Non Calculus I

Additional Course Requirements



Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

COMP

150

4

Rhetoric and Research

COMP

250

4

Academic Inquiry & Writing

COMP

115

3

Speech: A Rhetorical Act

ECON

262

3

Principles of Economics: Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

 

Metropolitan State University of Denver ( formerly Metropolitan State College of Denver)
Catalog: 2007-08
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHE

1800

4

General Chemistry I

CHE

1810

4

General Chemistry II

CHE

1850

2

General Chemistry Laboratory

CHE

3100

4

Organic Chemistry I

CHE

3120

2

Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

CHE

3110

3

Organic Chemistry II

CHE

3130

2

Organic Chemistry Laboratory II

CHE

4310

4

Biochemistry I

BIO

1080

3

General Biology I

BIO

1090

1

General Biology Laboratory I

BIO

1081

3

General Biology II

BIO

1091

1

General Biology Laboratory II

BIO

2310

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO

2320

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO

2400

5

General Microbiology

MTH

1410

4

Calculus I

PHY

2010

4

College Physics I

Additional Course Requirements



Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENG

1010

3

Composing Arguments

ENG

1020

3

Freshman Composition: Analysis, Research and Documentation

SPE

1010

3

Public Speaking

ECO

2020

3

Principles of Economics - Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hrs): history, literature, psychology, sociology, anthropology, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

Regis University

Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.
Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CH

210

5

General College Chemistry I w/lab

CH

230

5

General College Chemistry II w/lab

CH

250

5

Organic Chemistry I w/lab

CHE

421

5

Organic Chemistry II w/lab

BL

262

5

Organismic Biology w/lab

BL

260

5

Molecular/Cellular Biology w/lab

BL

274

4

Human Anatomy

BL

276

4

Human Physiology

BL

418

4

Microbiology w/lab

MT

360

4

Calculus I

PH

304A

5

Physics I

CH

452

4

Biochemistry

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENG

122

3

English Composition I

ENG

102

3

English Composition II

COM

210

3

Speech Communications

EC

330

3

Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

University of Colorado Boulder

Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.
Math and Science Requirements:


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHEM

1113 or 1251

4 or 5

General Chemistry I

CHEM

1114

1

Chemistry I lab (take w/CHEM 1113)

CHEM

1133 or 1271

4 or 5

General Chemistry II

CHEM

1134

1

Chemistry II lab (take w/CHEM 1133)

CHEM

3311 or 3351

4

Organic Chemistry I

CHEM

3321 or 3361

1 or 2

Laboratory in Organic Chemistry I

CHEM

3331 or 3371

4

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM

3341 or 3381

1 or 2

Laboratory in Organic Chemistry II

CHEM

4711

3

General Biochemistry 1

EBIO

3400

4

Microbiology

IPHY

3410 & 3415

3 + 2

Intro to Human Anatomy + Lab

IPHY

3430 & 3435

3 + 2

Intro to Human Physiology + Lab

MATH

1300 or 1310

5

Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

PHYS

2010

5

General Physics 1

Either EPOB or MCDB sequence fulfills general biology w/lab credit.


EBIO

1210 & 1230

3 + 1

General Biology I + Lab I

EBIO

1220 & 1240

3 + 1

General Biology II + Lab II

OR . . .

MCDB

1150 & 1151

3 + 1

Intro to Molecular Biology + Lab

MCDB

2150 & 2151

3 + 1

Principles of Genetics + Lab

Additional Course Requirements:


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

WRTG

1150, 1250, 3030 or 3040 *

6

Writing and Rhetoric, Writing on Science or Writing on Business

COMM

1300

3

Public Speaking

ECON

2010

4

Principles of Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, math, language, business, etcetera, that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

* may substitute another CU Boulder approved writing course

University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semesters
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.
Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHEM

1030

5

General Chemistry I

CHEM

1060

5

General Chemistry II

CHEM

3310

3

Organic Chemistry I

CHE

3330

2

Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

CHEM

3320

3

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM

3340

2

Organic Chemistry Laboratory II

BIOL

1200

4

General Biology I w/lab

BIOL

1210

4

General Biology II w/lab

BIOL

2010

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology Part 1 w/lab

BIOL

2020

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology Part 2 w/lab

BIOL

2030

3

Microbiology

BIOL

2130

1

Microbiology Lab

CHEM

4810

3

General Biochemistry

MATH

1350

4

Calculus 1

PES

1010

4

General Physics I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENGL

1310

3

Rhetoric and Writing I

ENGL

1410

3

Rhetoric and Writing II

COMM

2100

3

Public Speaking

ECON

1010

3

Introduction to Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

University of Colorado Denver

Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.

Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHEM

2031

3

General Chemistry I

CHEM

2038

1

General Chemistry I Laboratory

CHEM

2061

3

General Chemistry II

CHEM

2068

2

General Chemistry II Laboratory

CHEM

3411

4

Organic Chemistry I

CHEM

3418

1

Organic Chemistry I Laboratory

CHEM

3421

4

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM

3428

1

Organic Chemistry II Laboratory

CHEM

3810

4

General Biochemistry I

BIOL

2051

3

General Biology I

BIOL

2071

1

General Biology I Laboratory

BIOL

2061

3

General Biology II

BIOL

2081

1

General Biology II Laboratory

BIOL

3225

4

Human Physiology w/lab

BIOL

3244

4

Human Anatomy w/lab

BIOL

3654

4

General Microbiology

MATH

1401

4

Calculus I

PHYS

2010

4

College Physics I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENGL

1020

3

Core Composition I

ENGL

2030 or 3154

3

Core Composition II OR Technical Writing

COMM

1001

3

Presentational Speaking

ECON

2022

3

Principles of Economics: Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

University of Denver

Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Quarters
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.
Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credit

Title

CHEM

1010

3

General Chemistry

CHEM

1240

1

General Chemistry Laboratory

CHEM

2011

3

Analysis of Equilibrium Systems

CHEM

2041

1

Analysis of Equilibrium Systems Lab

CHEM

2131

3

Chemistry of the Elements

CHEM

2141

1

Chemistry of the Elements Lab

CHEM

2451, 2452, 2453

3,3,3

Organic Chemistry I, II and III

CHEM

2461, 2462, 2463

1,1,1

Organic Chemistry I, II and III Lab

CHEM

3811

3

Biochemistry-Proteins

BIOL

1010

3

Physiological Systems

BIOL

1020

1

Physiological Systems Lab

BIOL

1011

3

Cellular & Molecular Biology

BIOL

1021

1

Cellular & Molecular Biology Lab

BIOL

1012

3

Evolution & Biodiversity

BIOL

1022

1

Evolution & Biodiversity Lab

BIOL

2450

5

Human Anatomy w/lab

BIOL

3250

5

Human Physiology w/lab

BIOL

3120

4

General Microbiology w/lab

MATH

1951

4

Calculus I

PHYS

1111

4

General Physics I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credit

Title

WRIT

1122

4

Rhetoric & Academic Writing

WRIT

1133

4

Writing & Research

ECON

1032

4

Principles of Microeconomics

COMN

1012

4

Speaking on Ideas That Matter

Social Science (14 quarter unit credits): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (33 quarter unit credits): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

University of Northern Colorado

Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended PharmD program entry.
Math and Science Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

CHE

111

5

Principles of Chemistry I

CHE

112

5

Principles of Chemistry II

CHE

331

5

Organic Chemistry I

CHE

332

5

Organic Chemistry II

CHE

481

3

General Biochemistry I

BIO

110

4

Principles of Biology I

BIO

111

5

General Biology I

BIO

351

4

Microbiology

BIO

341

3

Human Anatomy w/lab

BIO

350

4

Human Physiology w/lab

MAT

131

4

Calculus I

PHYS

220

5

Introductory Physics I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENG

122

3

Elementary Composition: Exposition

ENG or SCI

123 or 291

3

College Research Paper or Scientific Writing

COMM

100 & 103

3

Basics of Public Speaking & Speaking Evaluation

ECON

105

3

Intro to Economics: Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

Western State College

Catalog: 2014-15
Units: Semester
Science/Math Course Requirements
These courses must be completed within 7 years of the semester of intended Pharm.D. program entry.
Science/Math Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

BIOL

150

4

Biological Principles with Laboratory

BIOL

151

4

Diversity and Patterns of Life with Laboratory

CHEM

111

3

General Chemistry I

CHEM

112

1

General Chemistry I Lab

CHEM

113

3

General Chemistry II

CHEM

114

1

General Chemistry II Lab

CHEM

331

3

Organic Chemistry I

CHEM

334

1

Organic Chemistry I Lab

CHEM

332

3

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM

335

1

Organic Chemistry II Lab

BIOL

372

4

Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/ Lab

BIOL

373

4

Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/ Lab

BIOL

342

4

Microbiology with Lab

CHEM

471

4

Biochemistry

PHYS

170

4

Principles of Physics I

MATH

151

4

Calculus I

Additional Course Requirements


Dept.

Course #

Credits

Title

ENGL

102

3

Academic Writing

ENGL or COTH

ENGL 405 or COTH 202

3

Advanced Writing or Academic Writing and Inquiry

COTH

374

3

Public Relations Communications

ECON

202

3

Microeconomics

Social Science (9 semester hours): psychology, sociology, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy or other humanities courses

General Education (22 semester hours): Other college level courses in science, humanities, social sciences, math, language, business, etc… that are not listed above.  Vocational and development courses are not accepted.

* If you attend a college or university outside Colorado and would like to have your transcript evaluated, you may contact the Office of Student Services: PharmD.Info@ucdenver.edu or 303-724-2634. You may also write a letter of request and mail or fax it, along with copies of your transcripts to the attention of the "Pre-pharmacy and Career Coordinator." These may be mailed to: University of Colorado School of Pharmacy, 12631 East 17th Avenue, L15 Room 1202, Aurora, CO 80045 or faxed to 303-724-7330.