- Patient Care
The two pre-pharmacy or pre-professional years are at the entry-level of the curriculum. After successful completion of pre-pharmacy courses, students may apply for admission to the professional program leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degrees.
|ARA___||Appreciation of Arabic Literature||3|
|BIO201||General Biology I||4|
|CHM311||Organic Chemistry I||3|
|CHM313||Organic Chemistry I, Lab||1|
|PHA202||Medical Anatomy & Physiology||4|
|PHA204||Computer Application to Pharmacy||2|
|CHM312||Organic Chemistry II||3|
|CHM314||Organic Chemistry II, Lab||1|
|ENG203||Fundamental of Oral Communication||3|
|PHA209||Principles of Pathophysiology and Immunology||4|
|PHA211||Microbiological Basis of Disease||3|
|PHA205||Statistics for Health Profession Majors||3|
|______||LAC-Cultural Studies, History, Philosophy or Religion||3|
Pre-pharmacy students follow LAU’s undergraduate academic rules and procedures that govern passing grades, academic standing, probation, recognition, student classification, academic load, and student conduct.
To be eligible for applying to the professional pharmacy program, LAU students must fulfill all of the following conditions during their pre-pharmacy years:
For transfer students, only the courses that are listed in the pre-pharmacy curriculum, either transferred from their previous University or done at LAU, will be taken into consideration in the calculation of the GPA and number of repeats.