Pharmacy Student Registration Information

Professional pharmacy students register according to their class regardless of the total of credits completed. Pharmacy students, P1 and P2, will regsiter at the following days/times:

  • All P2 Students A-Z register on Monday, March 30 at 7:00am
  • All P1 Students A-Z register on Tuesday, March 31 at 7:00am

It is your responsibility to track your degree progress and follow the registration policies and procedures.  Prior to registration you should review your curriculum guide and degree audit to determine the courses you need to complete next semester.

Reminder: All curriculum requirements must be competed by the end of your P3 year. You have 3 credits set aside in your P2 Spring semester and P3 Spring semester to complete your remaining Drake Curriculum/General Electives. If you have more than 6 credits of Drake Curriculum/General Electives remaining, please contact jill.batten@drake.edu to discuss your summer course and cross-enrollment options.

Planning to Register for more than 18 credits?  If you need to register for more than 18 credit hours or more during registration, please complete the Over 18 Hours Request Form on the CPHS Forms Library prior to your registration day and time.

Planning to repeat a course, but do not need to repeat the co-requisite (i.e. lab or discussion section)?  Please contact Beth Hudson, beth.hudson@drake.edu, at least 24 hours prior to your registration day/time to obtain approval and the appropriate override, allowing you to register for the lecture or lab without the co-requisite during your scheduled registration time. Please include your Drake ID along with your request.

Planning to take a course at another institution this sumer? Reivew the Transfer Credit Request Process under the FAQ section of the CPHS Registration Bulletin.

Registration for Labs/Discussions: Students may only register for one lab/discussion section. If a student registers for more than one lab/discussion section or registers for one lab/discussion section and waitlists in another, the student will be removed from BOTH lab sections.

To search for Professional Pharmacy Electives for Fall 2015, log in to MyDUSIS, click on the Student Services and Financial Aid link --> Registration link --> Look Up Classes to Add. From the subject menu, select Health Sciences and Pharmacy. Approved Pharmacy Professional Electives are noted in the Attribute column on the far right of the Look Up Classes to Add results screen. 

 

P1 & P2 Students

Please generate a new degree audit in MyDUSIS to review the following items:

  • What P1/P2 required courses do you have left to complete?

  • What AOI's do you have left to complete? (Artistic Experience, Engaged Citizen, Historical Breadth, Historical Consciousness, Global and Cultural Understanding, and Written Communication.)

  • How many General Electives do you have left to complete? (27 credits required - this includes your Artistic Experience, Engaged Citizen, Historical Breadth/Consciousness, and Global and Cultural AOI's)

  • How many Pharmacy Professional Electives do you have left to complete? (You are required to complete 6 credits of Pharmacy Professional Electives.  You have 3 credits set aside in the P3 Fall semester and 2 credits in P3 Spring semesters to complete your professional electives.  Professional electives are designated with the P-EL attribute in MyDUSIS.)

Immediately following registration, generate a new audit to confirm that you have registered for the correct courses.

 

P2 Students

PHAR 187: CAPS V Professional Planning is a required course (.05 credits) that has been added to the curriculum in place of the zero credit experiential hour that was attached to the therapeutics course. CAPS V will be completed in P3 Fall semester. Students will participate in various exercises designed to further their career, academic and professional success. Topics include updating your curriculum vitae, setting career goals, and selecting Advanced Pharmacy Practic Experience (APPE) preferences to meet these goals. For additional information about the course, please contact Assistant Dean Clarke at cheryl.clarke@drake.edu

 

PharmD Curriculum Guide    -    PharmD Degree Audit Guide   -    Basic Registration Guide

 

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