Pharm.D. Honors Electives
Fall elective offerings
PHR 270C: Communication Skills for Health Professionals - Dr. Erickson
This course emphasizes oral communication skills for health professionals,
including pharmacy, pre-medicine, pre-dental, and nursing. From small to large
group presentations, development of better oral communication skills will be emphasized
as a key to greater personal and professional confidence.
PHR 280W: Psychiatric Pharmacy Practice and Drug Treatment of Mental Disorders - Dr. Mican
||PHR 375E (Pharmacotherapeutics IIa) or consent of instructor
Offered: ||Fall |
Advanced study in the pathophysiology of selected psychiatric disease states and the clinical
presentation, phenomenology, diagnosis and treatment of these disease states.
PHR 384S: Introduction to Epidemiology and Pharmacoepidemiology - Dr. Wilson
Prereq: Graduate standing; with consent of instructor, may be taken by students in the professional
pharmacy curriculum with consent of instructor.
Principles of epidemiology; descriptive, analytic, and clinical epidemiology; epidemiologic perspective
health care management; epidemiology and the public policy process; pharmacoepidemiology.
PHR 185D: Responsible Conduct of Science - Dr. Gonzales
||Honors Program - concurrent enrollment with PHR 479H.|
Pass/Fail basis only.
Spring elective offerings
PHR 322H: Research Design and Methodology - team taught by Pharmacy Administration faculty
Prereq: consent of instructor or admission to the Honors Program
This course will cover the concepts and procedures involved with designing and carrying out a research
project. Meets with PHR 390K.
PHR 380F: Biomedical Pharmacolgy - pharmacology faculty (Dr. VanDenBerg)
Prereq: third professional year standing or permission of instructor
Offered: Spring only
Drug classifications, mechanisms of drug action, drug side effects/adverse reactions in humans, the use of
drugs in research.
PHR 280U: Case Studies in Emerging Infections - Dr. Davis
||Pharmacotherapy I series
Offered: ||Spring only |
Case study approach toward the analysis and management of emerging, resurgent and
cycling infectious diseases.
PHR 382V: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology- Dr. Croyle
Prereq: Graduate standing; and the following coursework: Chemistry 339K, and Pharmacy 342C
(or 442C), 142P, 352C (or 452C), and 152P; or the equivalent; or consent of instructor.
Offered: Spring only
Applications of protein, oligonucleotide, and related molecules as therapeutic agents: stability,
formulation, kinetics, dynamics. Three lecture hours a week for one semester.
Last Reviewed: July 1, 2008