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Pre-Pharmacy Program

PURDUE UNIVERSITY College of Pharmacy

Plan of Study for the Prepharmacy Program at Indiana University Kokomo

Kokomo, IN

General Chemistry

Principles of Chemistry I

CHEM-C

105

Experimental Chemistry I

CHEM-C

125

Principles of Chemistry II

CHEM-C

106

Experimental Chemistry II

CHEM-C

126

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry I

CHEM-C

341

Organic Chemistry Lab I

CHEM-C

343

Organic Chemistry II

CHEM-C

342

Organic Chemistry Lab II

CHEM-C

344

Biochemistry

Biological Chemistry

CHEM-C

483

Biology

Introduction to Biology

BIOL-L

105

Microbiology

Microbiology*

MICR-M

310

Microbiology Lab*

MICR-M

315

Anatomy and Physiology

Basic Human Anatomy

ANAT-A

215

Basic Human Physiology

PHSL-P

215

Immunology

Principles of Immunology

BIOL-L

321

Physics

General Physics I*****

PHYS-P

201 or 221

Calculus

Calculus I**

MATH-M

215

Calculus II***

MATH-M

216

Statistics

Statistical Techniques

MATH-K

310

English/Writing

Elementary Composition I

ENG-W

131

Elementary Composition II

ENG-W

132

Economics

Introduction to Microeconomics****

ECON-E

201

*          MICR-J 200 (Microbiology and Immunology) & 201 (Microbiology Lab) may be substituted for MICR-M 310 & 315

**        MATH-M 119 (Brief Survey of Calculus I) or MA 221 (Calc. for Tech 1) may be substituted for MATH-M 215

***       MATH-M 120 (Brief Survey of Calculus II) or MA 222 (Calc. for Tech II) may be substituted for MATH-M 216

****      ECON-E 200 (Fundamentals of Economics) or ECON-E 202 (Introduction to Macroeconomics) may sub. for ECON-E 201

***** PHYS-P 221 Physics 1 (calculus-based) may be substituted for PHYS-P 201.

A cumulative total of 60 credit hours (includes advanced placement, department credit, pass/not pass, etc.)

is required to meet admission requirements.

This plan of study is specifically designed for Indiana University Kokomo students preparing to apply for admission to the Doctor of Pharmacy program at Purdue University College of Pharmacy. Additional information about the College and professional program admissions is located at www.pharmacy.purdue.edu.

Before applying for admission to Purdue University College of Pharmacy, you should contact the

Office of Student Services, (765) 496-6885, pharmacy-oss@purdue.edu, for current and accurate information. You must use the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS, www.pharmcas.org) to make application. Purdue does not require the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT).

This document has been prepared with the assistance of Dr. Christian Chauret, Science, Mathematics, and Informatics Department, Indiana University Kokomo, 765-455-9371, cchauret@iuk.edu.

The information contained in this document is subject to change as a result of action by federal and/or state governments, the trustees of Purdue University, the administration of Purdue University and the faculty of the College of Pharmacy.

Revised: June 2011

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