All students accepted into the Feik School of Pharmacy will be expected to bring a set of skills and a well-developed body of knowledge that will allow them to succeed in their chosen field. The following two-year plan of suggested preparatory courses, will get you well on your way to joining a professional program in Pharmacy.
It should be noted that there are other areas that you might explore to prepare you for the very competitive selection process for acceptance into the UIW School of Pharmacy. The courses below are not the only courses you can take, but rather a minimum selection to help you prepare for your chosen field of study. Your advisor will be the best person to help you decide what courses that you should take to be successful. Understand the school does not allow transfer of professional pharmacy credits or waiver of requisites, nor does it admit students from other colleges or schools of pharmacy.
|UIW Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|CHEM 1301/1101||Chemical Principles 1 & Chemical Principles I Lab||4.0|
|CHEM 1302/1102||Chemical Principles II & Chemical Principles II Lab||4.0|
|CHEM 2311/2111||Organic Chemistry I and Lab||4.0|
|CHEM 2312/2112||Organic Chemistry II and Lab||4.0|
|PHYS 1301/1101||General Physics I and Lab||4.0|
|MATH 2303||Introduction to Prob. and Statistics||3.0|
|BIOL 1402||General Biology I & Lab for Majors (pre-req. for BIOL 3471 and BIOL 3471L)||4.0|
|BIOL 3471/3471L||General Microbiology and Lab||4.0|
|BIOL 2321/2121||Human Anatomy and Physiology I w/Lab||4.0|
|BIOL 2322/2122||Human Anatomy and Physiology II w/Lab||4.0|
|PHAR 1105||Professional Applied Development Skills (PADS)||1.0 (UIW students only)|
|COMM 1311||Public Speaking||3.0|
|ENGL 1312||Composition II||3.0|
|ENGL 2310||World Literature Studies||3.0|
|RELS||Religious Studies||3.0 (UIW students only)|
|PHIL 1381||Introduction to Philosophy||3.0|
|ARTS, MUSI, ARTH, THAR||Fine Arts||3.0|
|SOCI, PSYC, POLS||Social Sciences||3.0|
|Total Requirements: 72 semester hours
All applicants to the Feik School of Pharmacy must have 72 credits hours to be eligible for financial aid at the graduate professional school level.
For More Information about our Pre-Pharmacy and Pharmacy Programs, please call the UIW Pre-Pharmacy Counselor/Advisor, Candace M. Gonzalez, at (210) 829-2703 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org