Pharm.D./Ph.D. HOPR Dual Degree Curriculum

P1 Students

Fall

  • Pharmacology 4(4-0)
  • Medicinal Chemistry 4(3-2)
  • Pharmaceutics I 5(4-4)
  • Communication Skills 2(1-2)
  • Intro to Pharmacy & Health Care Environment 2(1-2)
  • Seminar (HOPR 919) 1(1-0)
  • Health Care Economics (HOPR 877) 3(3-0)

Subtotal: 18(14-10)

Spring

  • Pharmacology 4(4-0)
  • Medicinal Chemistry 4(3-2)
  • Pharmaceutics 2 4(4-0)
  • Pharmaceutics 3 2(1-4)
  • Intro to Pharmaceutical Care Rotation 1(0-2)
  • Non-Prescription Drugs 3(3-0)
  • Seminar (HOPR 919) 1(1-0)
  • Special Topics (HOPR 840) 3(1-5)

Subtotal 18(13-8)


P2 Students

Fall

  • Therapeutics 1 3(3-0)
  • Therapeutics 2 3(3-0)
  • Patient Assessment & Management 2(1-2)
  • Biopharmaceutics/
    Pharmacokinetics 4(3-2)
  • Immunization 1(1-0)
  • Seminar (HOPR 919) 1(1-0)
  • Pharmcoeconomics I (HOPR 879) 3(3-0)
  • Essentials of Health Policy (HOPR 810) 3(3-0)

Subtotal: 18(16-4)

Spring

Students are required to take introductory (basic) rotation during the summer following the P-2 year. Students may receive credit for basic rotation through life experience.

  • Therapeutics 3 3(3-0)
  • Therapeutics 4 3(3-0)
  • Applied Therapeutics 1 2(0-2)
  • Medication Use Process 3(2-2)
  • Applied Pharmacokinetics 2(1-2)
  • Pharmacoeconomics 2(2-0)
  • Seminar (HOPR 919) 1(1-0)
  • Advanced Health Economics (HOPR 878) 3(3-0)
  • Integrity in the Conduct of Scientific Resource(IP 801) 1(1-0)

Subtotal 17(13-6)


P3 Students

Fall

  • Pharmacy Law 3(3-0)
  • Applied Therapeutics 2 2(0-2)
  • Therapeutics 5 3(3-0)
  • Therapeutics 6 4(4-0)
  • Drug Info & Literature Evaluation (Course #?) 4(2-2)
  • Seminar (HOPR 919) 1(1-0)

Subtotal 17(14-4)

Spring

Includes patient care (n = 6) and elective (n = 1) rotations.

  • January Rotation
  • February Rotation
  • March Rotation
  • April Rotation
  • May Rotation
  • June Rotation
  • July Rotation

P4 Students

Students will be classified as PharmD students during Fall semester and PhD students during the Spring semester. Coursework during P-4 will count as elective credit toward satisfying PharmD degree requirements. Students will receive PharmD degree following successful completion of the P-4 year. Board exam can be taken following successful completion of PharmD program.

Fall

  • Research in Health Outcomes and Policy Research (HOPR 801) 3(3-0)
  • Research Methods II (HOPR 80**) 3(3-0)
  • Epidemiology (BIOE 812) 3(3-0)
  • Electives 3(3-0)
  • Seminar (HOPR 919) 1(1-0)

Subtotal 17(14-4)

Spring

  • Methods in Health Services Research (BIOE 851) 3(3-0)
  • Strategies for Health Policy Form & Planning (HOPR 825) 3(3-0)
  • Electives 3(3-0)
  • Seminar (HOPR 919) 1(1-0)
  • Applied Pharmcoeconomics II (HOPR 827) 3(3-0)

Subtotal 17(14-4)


P5 Students

Spring

  • Research Methods IV 3(3-0)
  • Fundamentals of SAS for Epidemiology (BIOE 813) 2(2-0)

Spring

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Memphis, TN 38163
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