Course Schedule

See Fall 2019 Dates, Texts, and Times.

Note: This information is subject to change!

Course #Course NameFall
A | B
Spring
A | B
Summer
A | B
PHA 5270Health Care & Patient SafetyB
PHA 5271Health Care Risk ManagementB
PHA 6250Patient Responsibility in Health CareA
PHA 6269Pharmaceutical Products & Public PolicyB
PHA 6273Structure, Process & Outcomes of RegulationA
PHA 6274Federal Regulation of Drugs & Pharmacy1B
PHA 6275Federal Regulation of Controlled SubstancesB
PHA 6276Pharmacy Benefit Design & ManagementB
PHA 6277Ethics in Drug Production, Distribution & UseA
PHA 6278State Regulation of Drugs & PharmacyA
PHA 6279Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy SeminarA/B Break
PHA 6280Medicare & MedicaidA
PHA 6281Practices & Procedures of Administrative Agencies
PHA 6283Commercial Applications / Pharmacoecon. PrinciplesB
PHA 6286Pharmaceutical MicroeconomicsA
PHA 6287Pharmaceutical Health EconomicsB
PHA 6290Pharmaceutical Fraud & AbuseB
PHA 6793Evidentiary Basis of Pharmaceutical UseB
PHA 6799Patient Safety Program Evaluation
B
PHA 6806Pharmacoeconomic Modeling3 A/B
PHA 6891Introduction to PharmacoepidemiologyA
PHA 6935*(TBA) Managed Care Elective2TBA
PHA 6935*Managed Prescription Drug Systems2B
PHA 6935*(TBA) Patient Safety and TechnologyTBA
PHA 6935*Pharm Data Analysis I: Data Management3B
PHA 6935*Pharm Data Analysis II: Risk AdjustmentA
PHA 6935*POP Foundations I: Drug Discovery to Approval5A
PHA 6935*POP Foundations II: Marketing & UseA
PHA 6935*Preventing Medication ErrorsA
PHA 6935*Quantitative Methods in Evidence-Based PharmacyA
PHA 6935*Writing for Pharmacy Outcomes & Policy (POP)A/B Break

* PHA 6935 is a course number for rotating topics courses, and thus, is used for courses that have not yet been assigned a permanent number in the Statewide Course Numbering System. Students can take more than one 6935 course in their program. Those 6935 courses that do not have links are currently under development.

1 It is recommended that students complete PHA 6273 Structure, Process and Outcomes of Regulation prior to taking this course. However, if scheduling precludes this, students should contact the program for academic advising and assistance with appropriate course selection.

2 Students must complete PHA 6276 Pharmacy Benefit Design & Management prior to taking this course.

3 Students must complete PHA 6283 Commercial Applications of Pharmacoeconomic Principles prior to taking this course. It is also strongly recommended that students complete PHA 6935 Quantitative Methods for Evidence Based Pharmacy prior to taking this course unless they have completed a graduate-level statistics course in the past 7 years.

4 Students must complete Pharm. Data Analysis I prior to taking Pharm Data Analysis II.

5 Students should take Foundations I and II as early as possible in their studies. Foundations II can be taken prior to Foundations I, since the courses focus on different aspects of the drug development and use process.

NOTE: Course offerings are subject to enrollment minimums and may be changed at any time.