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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 18 Hours or More Form on the CPHS website 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)? Contact email@example.com 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.
Professional Pharmacy Electives for Spring 2014 are listed below.
You may recall that the College registered you for your fall courses. You will register yourself for your spring semester courses. For instructions on how to register for classes, review the Registration Guide in the FAQ's section of the Registration Bulletin.Special Registration Instructions for PHAR 132 and PHAR 133 - Both PHAR 132 and PHAR 133 have discussion sections along with the lecture courses. the PHAR 132 and 133 lectures and discussions are set up as co-requisites. This means you will need to register for 4 CRN's at the same time to avoid an error message. You will need to register for the following CRNs at the same time:PHAR 132 (CRN 6468) and PHAR 133 (CRN 3232) along with one of the following disucssion section combinations:
10 am PHAR 132D with 11 am PHAR 133D (CRN 3550 and CRN 3556)
All PharmD Students
When interpreting your degree audit, please check the following items:
Immediately following registration, generate a new audit to confirm that you have registered for the correct courses.
Professional Pharmacy Electives
HSCI 141: Human Anatomy - 3 cr
PHAR 104: Topics in Infectious Diseases – 2 cr
PHAR 106: Pharmaceutical Compounding – 2 cr
PHAR 107: Clinical Labratory Medicine – 2 cr
PHAR 108: Advanced Psych Pharmacy - 2 cr
PHAR 109: Pharmacogenomics: Principles & Applications
PHAR 126: Principles of Nutrition - 2 cr
PHAR 129: Integrated Diabetes Cases – 2 cr
PHAR 164: Problems in Pharmacy – 1-4 cr
PHAR 165: Problems in Pharmacology – 1-4 cr
PHAR 166: Problems in Pharmaceutical Chemistry – 1-4 cr