Pharmacology Minor

Overview

The Department of Pharmacology offers a 15 credit minor designed to provide students with both a theoretical and practical understanding of a wide array of pharmacological principles, applications and experimental techniques.

Requirements

Fifteen credits are required for the minor, including:

PHRM 201Introduction to Pharmacology3
PHRM 272Toxicology3
PHRM 290Topics Molecular&Cell Pharm3
Additional courses may be selected from:6
Medical Cannabis
Molecules & Medicine
Special Topics
Undergraduate Research
Milestones in Pharmacology
Special Topics
Readings in Pharmacology
Seminar
One extra-departmental course, approved by the designated minor advisor, can be used for credit towards the minor. Potential choices for the one allowed extra-departmental course include:
Neurochemistry
Biochemistry of Human Disease
Seminar in Forensic Biology
Biochemistry I
Human Physiology & Pharm I
Nutritional Biochemistry
Psychopharmacology

Pre/co-requisites 

BIOL 001
BIOL 002
Principles of Biology
and Principles of Biology (or equivalent)
8
CHEM 031
CHEM 032
General Chemistry 1
and General Chemistry 2
8
CHEM 141
CHEM 142
Organic Chemistry 1
and Organic Chemistry 2 (or equivalent)
8