Curriculum

Approved CSU-COP Curriculum 2020/21 and Beyond

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
6116 Pharmacy Physiology 3
6117 Pharmaceutical Calculations I 1
6118 Pharmacy Patient Skills I 2
6119 Introduction to Professionalism 1
6111 Pharm. Dosage Forms I 3
6120 Introduction to Pharmacy and Healthcare systems 3
6121 Prof practice I- Intro to Pharmacy Practice 3
    16
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
6125 Pharmacy Biochemistry 3
6126 Microbiology 2
6127 Pharmaceutical Calculations II 1
6128 Pharmacy Patient Skills II 3
6112 Pharm Dosage Forms II 3
6122 Prof Practice II- Public Health and Wellness 2
6123 Research Methods and Pharmacoepidemiology 3
    17
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
6211 Principles of Pharmacokinetics 3
6218 Pharmacy Patient Skills III 3
6231 Drug Action, Structure and Therapeutics I (DAST I) Introduction 3
6232 Drug Action, Structure and Therapeutics II (DAST II) Nutrition, ANS, and Cardiovascular I 4
6213 Pharm. Dosage Forms III 2
6212 Pharmacy Immunology 2
    17
  Intersession P-2  
6223 Prof Practice III-Institutional Orientation 1
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
6228 Pharmacy Patient Skills IV 2
6229 Pharmacogenomics 2
6222 Literature Evaluation and EBM 2
6233 Drug Action, Structure and Therapeutics III (DAST III) – Cardiovascular II and Renal 4
6234 Drug Action, Structure and Therapeutics IV (DAST IV) – Endocrine, Pulmonary, and Genitourinary 4
6223 Prof Practice IV-Institutional 2
65XX Professional Electives 2-4
    18-20
Course Code Curse Title Credit Hours
6318 Pharmacy Patient Skills V 2
6321 Pharmacy Practice Management 3
6335 Drug Action, Structure and Therapeutics V (DAST V) – Gastrointestinal, Immunological, and CNS 1 4
6336 Drug Action, Structure and Therapeutics VI (DAST VI) – CNS II and Acute Care 4
6324 Health Economics and Drug Treatment Outcomes 2
65XX Professional Electives 2-4
    17-19
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
6328 Pharmacy Patient Skills VI 2
6227 Pharmacy Law and Ethics 3
6337 Drug Action, Structure and Therapeutics VII (DAST VII) – Infectious Disease 4
6338 Drug Action, Structure and Therapeutics VIII (DAST VIII) – Virology, Oncology, and Toxicology 4
6325 Professional Practice V-Applied Practice 1
65XX Professional Electives 2-4
    16-18
6326 Professional Practice VI-Summer P-4 1
  DIDACTIC CURRICULUM 103-109
6421 Intro to Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience 0
64XX Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience 5
    5
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
64XX Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience 5
64XX Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience 5
64XX Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience 5
    15
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
64XX Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience 5
64XX Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience 5
6449 NAPLEX Intensive Review 5
    15
  EXPERIENTIAL CURRICULUM 35
  TOTAL CREDIT HOURS FOR PROFESSIONAL CURRICULUM 138-144

 

Grades

The following includes all grades, grading options, numerical equivalents, and corresponding definitions that may be issued in courses taken at the CSU-COP:

A 4 Excellent
B 3 Good
C 2 Fair
D 1 Poor
F 0 Failure
P 0 Pass
W/P 0 Withdraw/Passing
W/F 0 Withdraw/Failing
W/A 0 Withdraw/Student Attended One Class Session
W/N 0 Withdraw/Student Never Attended
I 0 Incomplete
X 0 No Grade Issued
I/F 0 Missed Incomplete Deadline

The CSU–COP students will be subject to the CSU-COP policies regarding academic monitoring, standing, and probation. All students will be given a copy of these guidelines and regulations upon entry into the program.

 

Graduation requirements

To qualify for graduation, a student must:

  1. Successfully complete a minimum 65 semester hours credit of prerequisite coursework, as stipulated, for admission to the program
  2. Successfully complete the program of professional and experiential coursework as approved by the CSU–COP Faculty and Dean
  3. Attain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 for all professional coursework at the CSU–COP;
  4. Complete, at a minimum, the last two didactic semesters and all advanced pharmacy practice experiences at the CSU–COP
  5. Settle all financial accounts with the institution
  6. Attend the commencement exercises for conferral of the degree, unless excused by the Dean, CSU–COP.

Candidates for graduation must be of good moral character consistent with the requirements of the pharmacy profession and the CSU–COP faculty. It is the position of the faculty that anyone who illegally uses, possesses, distributes, sells, or is under the unlawful influence of narcotics, dangerous drugs, or controlled substances, or who abuses alcohol or is involved in any conduct involving moral turpitude, fails to meet the ethical and moral requirements of the profession and may be dismissed from any program or denied the awarding of any degree from CSU–COP.