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Undergraduate
The School of Pharmacy education program is mainly aimed to train and develop professionals in pharmacy, possessing the professional knowledge and ethics of pharmacists, to attend to public health related pharmacy services and pharmacy related research studies. After completing the first four years of education, the student is granted a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy. Subjects of the first and second year curriculums shall include prerequisite subjects and general knowledge related basic courses. The third to sixth year curriculums shall contain the specialized subjects in pharmacy.

The school's general courses and liberal education courses total 24 credits, students need to take and pass all such subjects in order to qualify for graduation. 12 credits are required for general courses (including 6 credits in college chinese, 6 credits in freshman english/second foreign language and advanced english(I), (II). And 3 credits of college chinese in fulfillment of the same number of credits in any one core area of the liberal education A1 to A4 core areas, and vice versa). Students are required to obtain 15 credits of liberal education courses, which covers 8 core areas. And must take 3 out of 5 core areas between A1 to A5, once complete at least one course in each of the 3 designated areas, they are exempted from the restriction of designated areas and can choose any course in any area. International students are exempted from the restriction above.

However, the programs for undergraduate students are currently not provided to international students.

The 6-year-program is proceeded from 2014. The course curriculum of undergraduate courses offered in the School of Pharmacy are as shown in the following :

Freshman
Courses Credits Recognized Course
Calculus (general Mathematics) (b)(1) 3 Open to every school.
Calculus (general Mathematics) (b)(2) 3 Open to every school
General Physics (b) 3 Open to every school
General Chemistry (c) 3 Open to every school
General Chemistry Lab 1 Open to every school
Orientation in Pharmacy (b) 1 Limited to School of Pharmacy
General Biology (c) 3 Open to every school
General Biology Lab(c) 1 Open to every school
Analytical Chemistry (d) 3 Open to every school
Analytical Chemistry Lab 1 Open to every school
Note : General Biology(c) can be replaced by General Animal Science and General Botany. General Biology Lab(b)(1), (2) can be replaced by General Animal Science Lab. and General Botany Lab.

Sophomore
Courses Credits Recognized Course
Organic Chemistry (b)(1) 3 Open to every school
Organic Chemistry (b)(2) 3 Open to every school
Organic Chemistry Lab. (b)(1) 1 Open to every school
Organic Chemistry Lab. (b)(2) 1 Open to every school
General Psychology (c) 3 Open to every school
Anatomy 3 Limited to School of Medicine and Pharmacy
Physiology 4 Limited to School of Medicine and Pharmacy
Physical Chemistry 3 Open to every school
Outline of Chinese Materia Medica 1 Limited to School of Pharmacy
OBiostatistics(I) 3 Open to every school
Epidemiology 2 Open to every school
Introduction to Public Health and Health Policy 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Note : Physical Chemistry can be replaced by Physical Chemistry(I), (II), (III) or Physical Chemistry(a), (b).
A minimun of 3 credits is required.

Junior
Courses Credits Recognized Course
Pharmaceutics(I) 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics Lab.(I) 1 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Microbiology Lab. (b) 1 Limited to School of Medicine and Pharmacy
Microbiology and Immunology 2 Limited to School of Medicine and Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics Lab. (II) 1 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics(II) 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Biochemistry 4 Open to every school
Pharmacology(I) 2 Limited to School of Medicine and Pharmacy
Pharmacology(II) 2 Limited to School of Medicine and Pharmacy
Pharmacology Laboratory 2 Limited to School of Medicine and Pharmacy
Pharmacognosy
(Including traditional Chinese medicine)
3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Traditional Chinese Medicine 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Chemistry (1) 4 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Chemistry (2) 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Introduction to Community Pharmacy 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Non-prescription Medications 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy

Senior
Courses Credits Recognized Course
Dispensing Pharmacy & Clinical Pharmacy 4 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Analysis (I) 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Ethics 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Pharmacy Administration and Pharmacy Law 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Instrumental Analysis 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Therapeutics I 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Drug Information and Analysis 2 Open to every school
Therapeutics V 4 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Therapeutics VI 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Therapeutics VII 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Therapeutics VIII 1 Limited to School of Pharmacy

Fifth Year
Courses Credits Recognized Course
Therapeutics II 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Therapeutics III 4 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Therapeutics IV 4 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Clinical Pharmacokinetics 2 Open to every school
Orientation to Clinical Skills in Pharmacy 1 Open to every school
Clinical Trials 2 Open to every school
Pharmacoeconomics 2 Open to every school
Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience 13 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Community Pharmacy Apprentice 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy

Sixth Year
Courses Credits Group Recognized Course
APPE—Intensive Care Unit(ICU)(I) ~ (IV) each 6 1 Limited to School of Pharmacy
APPE—General Ward(I) ~ (IV) each 3 1 Limited to School of Pharmacy
APPE—General Ward(V) ~ (VI) each 6 1 Limited to School of Pharmacy
APPE—Hospital Pharmacy and Administration(I) ~ (IV) each 3 2 Limited to School of Pharmacy
APPE—Community Pharmacy 6 Limited to School of Pharmacy
APPE- Special Topics (I) ~ (IV) each 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
APPE — Pharmaceutical Industry (I)~(IV) each 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
APPE — Pharmaceutical Manufacturing (I)~(IV) each 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
APPE — Pharmacy Administration (I)~(IV) each 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
International APPE(I)~(III) each 3 Limited to School of Pharmacy
Notes :
12 credits are required for 1 group
3 credits are required for 2 group
A minimum of 18 credits is required for the sum of 1 to 2 group.
A minimum of 36 Credits is required for the 6th grade(including the elective credits and required ones in excess).
The elective courses are limited in the courses of 6th grade of School of Pharmacy.
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