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World ReligionsThis course is an introduction to the major world religious traditions. Traditions to be studied may include Ancient Greek and Egyptian religions, Native American religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The course will focus on the historical formation of religions and those who founded them. The course will also examine their scriptures, practices and beliefs and the ways each tradition answers fundamental religious questions concerning the nature of reality, purpose in life, ethics and death.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026. Basic computer literacy skills requiredPHIL2500View
Environmental EthicsThis course is an examination of philosophical approaches to the questions "Do we have moral obligations to nature and the environment? If so, what are they and how can they be justified?" Using a variety of philosophical perspectives we will investigate environmental concerns such as conservation and preservation, the effects of population growth, theories of nature, animal rights, the effects of pollution, concerns about the use of natural resources, ecofeminism, deep ecology, and land ethics.3Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026. Basic computer literacy skills requiredPHIL2600View
Medical and Pharmacy TerminologyThis course will provide the student with the basic medical lexicon and the structure on which medical and scientific words are built. These words are used to describe the human body, diseases and conditions, treatments and drugs, using root words, prefixes and suffixes.2NonePHRM1000View
Pharmacy Law and EthicsThis course will provide the student the student with the Federal and State laws as they pertain to pharmacy. The ethics content of this course will address the principles of ethical thought as applied within the area of pharmacy practice. It will assist in preparing the student for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam.2Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021PHRM1010View
Pharmaceutical CalculationsStudents will become proficient in basic arithmetic and specific calculation methods as they apply to pharmacy. This course will review basic math skills which are required for more advanced calculations. It also covers measurement systems and various dosage calculations.2Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1050 or MATH1060PHRM1020View
This course has been changed to PHRM1055Students will study therapeutic agents, properties, actions and effects on the human body and their role in the management of disease. Topics include therapeutic properties, side effects, interactions, drug dosages and toxicities.3PHRM1000, PHRM1010 and PHRM1100. Recommended concurrent enrollment with PHRM1020PHRM1030View
Principles of Pharmacy Practice IStudents will learn the organization and functions of retail and hospital pharmacy. The student will be introduced to the use of computers and their practical applications. This course will define the role and responsibilities of the pharmacy technician. Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements will be covered.4NonePHRM1040View
This course has been changed to PHRM1055The basic concepts of drug therapy, their therapeutic classes and common uses will be presented. The development of basic proficiency in the use of drug resources will be covered. The relationship of pharmacotherapy with the incidence, distribution and control of various diseases will also be presented.3PHRM1030 or NURS1141PHRM1050View
Pharmacology and Epidemiology of Disease ProcessesStudents will study the basic concepts of drug therapy, therapeutic agents, drug class, drug properties, drug actions, common uses and effects of drugs on the human body and their role in the management of disease. Topics include therapeutic properties, side effects, interactions, drug dosages, toxicities and the relationship of pharmacotherapy with respect to the incidence, distribution and control of various diseases.5Recommended: Prerequisite or Currently enrolled in BIOL2045 or HLTH1010PHRM1055View
Principles of Pharmacy Practice IIStudents will continue to be acquainted with retail and institutional pharmacy practices. Intravenous (IV) drug admixture, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and critical care IV admixture will be covered. Unit dose dispensing, diabetic supplies and medication storage and stability will be covered. Students will study billing systems and the universal medical coding system which classifies medical conditions and treatments into sets of numeric codes. Personal safety and hygiene related to pharmacy practice will also be covered. In a lab setting students will practice filling prescriptions and develop communication skills associated with pharmacy.5PHRM1040PHRM1060View