Course Schedule

Fall 2020 Date, Texts, and Times.

Spring 2021 Date, Texts, and Times.

Note: This information is subject to change!

Course #Course NameFall
A | B
Spring
A | B
Summer
A | B
Prerequisites & Notes
PHA 5270Health Care & Patient SafetyB
PHA 5271Health Care Risk ManagementB
PHA 6250Patient Responsibility in Health CareA
PHA 6269Pharmaceutical Products & Public PolicyB
PHA 6273/6935*Structure, Process & Outcomes of RegulationA
PHA 6274Federal Regulation of Drugs & PharmacyBIt is strongly recommended that students take PHA (6273/6935) Structure, Process & Outcomes of Regulation prior to taking this course.
PHA 6275Federal Regulation of Controlled SubstancesB
PHA 6276Pharmacy Benefit Design & ManagementB
PHA 6277Ethics in Drug Production, Distribution & UseA
PHA 6278State Regulation of Drugs & PharmacyA1. Offered every other year, in even-numbered years (e.g., 2020, 2022).  
2. It is recommended that students take PHA (6273/6935) Structure, Process & Outcomes of Regulation prior to taking this course.
PHA 6279Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy SeminarA/B BreakCourse includes both Web-based and in-person assignments.  In-person attendance is required for two-day (Sat-Sun) event, held on campus in Gainesville, FL.  
PHA 6280Medicare & MedicaidA
PHA 6281Practices & Procedures of Administrative AgenciesA1. Offered every other year, in odd-numbered years (e.g., 2019, 2021).  
2. It is recommended that students take PHA (6273/6935) Structure, Process & Outcomes of Regulation prior to taking this course.
PHA 6283Commercial Applications / Pharmacoecon. PrinciplesBB
PHA 6286Pharmaceutical MicroeconomicsA
PHA 6287Pharmaceutical Health EconomicsB
PHA 6290Pharmaceutical Fraud & AbuseBIt is recommended that students take PHA (6273/6935) Structure, Process & Outcomes of Regulation prior to taking this course.
PHA 6793Evidentiary Basis of Pharmaceutical UseB
PHA 6799Patient Safety Program Evaluation
ANote that this course was previously offered in Summer B terms, but is now permanently scheduled for Summer A.
PHA 6806Pharmacoeconomic Modeling A/BPrereqs:  
1)Satisfactory completion of PHA 6283 Commercial Applications of Pharmacoeconomic Principles, and, 
2) Satisfactory completion of PHA 6935 Quantitative Methods for Evidence-Based Pharmacy OR firm understanding of basic statistics.  
PHA 6891Introduction to PharmacoepidemiologyA
PHA 6935*Managed Prescription Drug SystemsBPrereq: Satisfactory completion of PHA 6276 Pharmacy Benefit Design & Management OR permission of the instructor.
PHA 6935*Managed Care Pharmacy OperationsAPrereq: Satisfactory completion of PHA 6276 Pharmacy Benefit Design & Management OR permission of the instructor.
PHA 6935*Intersecting Medication Safety and TechnologyB
PHA 6935*Pharm Data Analysis I: Data ManagementBPrereqs:  
1)Satisfactory completion of PHA 6283 Commercial Applications of Pharmacoeconomic Principles, and, 
2) Satisfactory completion of PHA 6935 Quantitative Methods for Evidence-Based Pharmacy OR firm understanding of basic statistics.  
PHA 6935*Pharm Data Analysis II: Risk AdjustmentAStudents must complete PHA 6935 Pharm. Data Analysis I: Data Management prior to taking this course.
PHA 6935*POP Foundations I: Drug Discovery to ApprovalAThe POP Foundation series includes two courses, POP Foundations I and POP Foundations II.  Each course is independent, and students are not required to take POP Foundations I prior to taking POP Foundations II.  
PHA 6935*POP Foundations II: Marketing & UseAThe POP Foundation series includes two courses, POP Foundations I and POP Foundations II.  Each course is independent, and students are not required to take POP Foundations I prior to taking POP Foundations II.  
PHA 6935*Medication
Error Prevention
BNote that this course was previously offered in Summer A terms, but is now permanently scheduled for Summer B.
PHA 6935*Quantitative Methods in Evidence-Based PharmacyA
PHA 6935*Writing for Pharmacy Outcomes & Policy (POP)ABSummer C1. M.S. Students must successfully complete this course prior to taking their comprehensive final exam.  
2. The Fall and Spring versions of this course are offered over a half-semester (7-8 weeks) and may require students to complete writing assignments on a short turnaround during the work week.  The Summer version of this course is stretched over the entire Summer C semester (Summer A + B, or 12-13 weeks).  Students in the Summer course generally have more lead-time to complete assignments, and may not need to work on assignments during the work week.    

*PHA 6935 is used for courses that have not yet been assigned a permanent number in the Statewide Course Numbering System.  

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