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HIGHLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRANSFER PROGRAM TO THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF PHARMACY, PHARM D. Number to call at KU for advising: (785) 864-3591 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.pharm.ku.edu

Sixty-eight credit hours may be transferred to KU from accredited colleges. Students should apply for admission to the School of Pharmacy when they will have completed the 68 credit hours of required pre-pharmacy courses prior to the fall semester of the year for which admission is sought. New admissions are made only in the fall semester. While students must meet a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in science and math courses to be eligible, the average GPA for successful applicants is much higher. Students are required to take the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT). The School of Pharmacy accepts approximately 105 first-year professional students each year. Students are encouraged to meet with a pharmacy advisor during their second or third semester in the prepharmacy curriculum to review their academic record and prepare for the admission cycle. For detailed admission information see our website listed above. A total of 208 hours (12 semesters; 6-year program) is required to earn a Pharm.D. degree. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (68 semester hours must be completed)

KU Course Requirements
ENGLISH (6 hours)
ENGL 101 COMPOSITION ENGL 102 CRITICAL READING & WRITING 3 3

Highland Course Equivalents
ENG 101 COLLEGE ENGLISH I ENG 102 COLLEGE ENGLISH II 3 3

ORAL COMMUNICATION (3 hours)
COMS 150 PERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3 SP 101 Oral Communications 3 HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE Select any Humanities and Social Science courses (minimum of 9 hours)

HUMANITIES
HIS 101 UNITED STATES HISTORY I HIS 102 UNITED STATES HISTORY II M 103 MUSIC HISTORY & APPRECIATION TH 105 INTRO TO DRAMATICS TH 108 HISTORY & APP OF THEATRE ARTS PHI 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY PHI 102 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS PHI 105 RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

SOCIAL SCIENCES
SOC 101 GENERAL SOCIOLOGY PSY 101 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY PSY 205 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT SP 105 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION BUS 203 MACROECONOMICS I BUS 204 MICROECONOMICS II POL 100 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT POL 101 INTRO TO POLITCAL SCIENCE POL 115 STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT SOC 210 SOCIAL PROBLEMS

MATHEMATICS (3 hours)
MATH 115 CALCULUS I 3 MAT 106 CALC W/ ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I 5

NATURAL SCIENCES
PS 203 GENERAL PHYSICS I 5 PS 215 COLLEGE PHYSICS I 5 *Students who have completed high school physics with a grade of “B” or better are exempt from this requirement. Physics hours do not count as hours toward admission to or graduation from the School of Pharmacy. *PHYSICS (3 hours or exemption)

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (18 hours)

Highland Community College Pharmacy ~updated April 09
BIOL 150 Principles of Molecular and Cellular Biology BIOL 240 HUMAN ANATOMY LECTURE BIOL 400 & 402 MICROBIOLOGY with LAB BIOL 646 & 647 PHYSIOLOGY with LAB 4 3 5 6 No Equivalent BS 104 Human Anatomy BS 203 MICROBIOLOGY BS 105 Human Physiology 4 5 4

CHEMISTRY (20 hours)
CHEM 184 FOUNDATIONS OF CHEMISTRY I 5 PS 111 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I CHEM 188 FOUNDATIONS OF CHEMISTRY II 5 PS 112 College Chemistry 2 CHEM 624 & 625 ORGANIC CHEM I & LAB 5 PS 210 Organic Chemistry CHEM 626 & 627 ORGANIC CHEM II & LAB 5 No Equivalent *PS 210 will satisfy KU’s CHEM 624 & 625 but will not count toward junior/senior hours. NOTE: Pass/Fail policy. Only electives not in the major will be accepted with a “P” grade. The requirements listed above are subject to annual change. 5 5 5

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