The PharmD curriculum prepares students to acquire knowledge and develop skills and attitudes to be competent and confident, practice-ready pharmacists.
The goal of the curriculum is to prepare students to acquire knowledge and develop skills and attitudes to be competent and confident, practice-ready pharmacists. The knowledge, skills, and attitudes that we expect of our graduates set the foundation for our Professional Student Outcomes. Graduates will be prepared to lead the profession into the future by receiving an increased emphasis on inter-professional collaborative teams, informatics, pharmacogenomics, pharmacovigilance, diagnostics, biomarkers, entrepreneurship, and clinical/regulatory affairs.
1st Year FALL Core Courses
1st Year SPRING Core Courses
2nd Year FALL Core Courses
2nd Year SPRING Core Courses
3rd Year FALL Core Courses
3rd Year SPRING Core Courses
4th Year FALL Core Courses
4th Year SPRING Core Courses
(Semester/credit hours are assigned with the general rule that 15 class hours are equivalent to one semester/credit hour, 3 laboratory hours are equivalent to one class hour, and 40 experiential hours are equivalent to one semester/credit hour).
Upon the completion of study at KGI’s School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, the student will be proficient in the Professional Student Outcomes (PSOs). The PSOs are the academic knowledge, skills, and attitudes that a pharmacy graduate should possess.
Download the Professional Student Outcomes document.
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