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- PHPR 3010- Pharmaceutical Calculations- 2 hrs - description and analysis of the arrangements for organization, financing and
health care products and services in the United States, highlighting the role of pharmacy.
- PHPR 3070 - Pharmaceutics I - 4 hrs - an introduction to physical chemical principles applied to the understanding of drug
- PHPR 3080 - Pharmaceutics II - 4 hrs - a continuation of PHPR 3070 with an introduction to drug delivery systems.
- MBC 3550 - Physiological Chemistry I - 3 hrs - a study of the biochemical principles and metabolic processes as a basis for
of, and application to, pharmaceutical and other health related sciences.
- MBC 3560 - Physiological Chemistry II - 3 hrs - a continuation of MBC 3550.
- CHEM 6330 - Spectrochemical Methods of Analysis - 4 hrs.
- CHEM 3730/3740 - Physical Chemistry I and II - 3 hrs - fundamental theories and basic laws of chemistry with emphasis on their
developments. Structure of matter, thermodynamics, equilibrium, electrochemistry, and chemical kinetics.
- CHEM 6330 - Qualitative Organic Analysis - 4 hrs - identification of organic compounds and mixtures by their physical constants
- CHEM 6330 - Colloid Chemistry - 3 hrs - a study of colloid and surface chemistry with emphasis on interdisciplinary research
- CHEM 6330 - Industrial Processing - 3 hrs - a description of the major chemical processes of importance to industrial chemists.
- CHEM 6330 - Separation Sciences - 4 hrs.
- CHEM 6330 - Chemical Kinetics and Dynamics - 3 hrs - applications of the laws and procedures of thermodynamics and kinetics
problems. Stabilities of species, direction and rates of reaction, rate theories, chemical statistics, reaction mechanisms.
- Biology 155:506 - Biostatistics - 5 hrs - principles and practices of sampling and measurement in biology; testing of hypotheses.
- PHPR - Dosage Form Design - 4 hrs - the utilization of pharmaceutical principles for the design and manufacture of modern
dosage forms such
as tablets, aerosols, emulsions, suspensions and solutions. Utilization of biopharmaceutical principles for the production
products is stressed.
- PHPR - Product Development - 3 hrs - a study of various stages of development of pharmaceutical products. It includes essential
subsidiary preformulation tests, methods of stabilization, and pilot scale production of dosage forms. The laboratory provides
with practical experience and familiarizes him with some basic procedures involved in the formulation of new products and
improvement of old
- Pharmacology 648:615 - Pharmacokinetics - 3 hrs - a study of mathematical models simulating various body compartments and
in the interpretation in vivo data. The course employs the powerful tools of kinetics to gain a clearer understanding of absorption,
distribution, metabolism and elimination processes involved in drug utilization and disposition by the body.
- PHPR - Parenteral Manufacturing - 4 hrs - a treatment of the design, manufacture and stability of sterile products with emphasis
production and quality control procedures. Familiarization with literature and contemporary problems is stressed.
- PHPR - Drug Disposition - 3 hrs - the rational ` selection of pharmacological agents in disease states, drug-drug interaction
toxicological problems associated with drug use and environmental chemicals within the framework of principles of drug absorption,
distribution, metabolism and excretion.
- PHPR - Selected Topics in Bulk Compounding Technology - 3 hrs - further discussion, evaluation, experimentation and production
dosage forms covered in parenteral products, etc. Emphasis is placed on a detailed treatment of a few dosage forms including
literature obtained by the student.
- PHPR - Seminar in Pharmaceutical Sciences - 1 hr.
- PHPR - Equilibrium Phenomenon - a theoretical and practical examination of the principles of chemical equilibrium and techniques
calculation. Physical and chemical concepts focus on pharmaceutical systems as well as several areas of chemistry.
- PHPR - Pharmaceutical Rate Processes - a theoretical and practical application of kinetic principles applied to pharmaceutic
systems. A mathematical treatment and development of the equations which support each reaction mechanism.
- Educational Research and Measurement 334:501 - Educational Statistics - Introduction to major concepts of statistical description;
tendency; dispension; relative position and relationship, and elementary inferential methods as they relate to educational
measurement. (Note: This course is an option for those students who enter either in Winter or Spring Quarters and will complete
requirements prior to their availability of Biostatistics (155:505) )
- PHPR -Parenteral Manufacturing - The theory and practice of developing the formulation, procedures and processes for preparing a parenteral and ophthalmic dosage form.