Pre-Pharmacy


Department: Chemistry

Pre-Pharmacy Requirements

Preparatory courses of study are recommended courses based on a student’s vocational goals and desires for continued study on the graduate level. They do not represent individual majors, but courses of study to prepare students for further study in medicine, law, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or pharmacy. Preparatory programs may be taken in conjunction with any major and represent recommended sets of courses, not majors or minors. Students who desire to continue their educational pursuits in the following areas should consider the recommended course sequences outlined below.

Pre-Pharmacy Program

The pre-pharmacy experience at ENC prepares you to enter into many pharmacy programs across the country as well as graduate school in pharmacology and medicinal chemistry. With the sophistication and number of today’s medicines, it is even more important that pharmacists be intelligent, talented, and dedicated people. The necessary education can be obtained with the combination of ENC and your choice of pharmacy schools. Sound course work in the sciences and personal development, which leads to high ethical standards and a deep dedication to helping people, are stressed at ENC. In pharmacy school, all the necessary specific training in pharmacy is provided by experienced professionals. As a pre-pharmacy student at ENC, you will always have the opportunity to switch to another field of study in the sciences without sacrificing completed college course work.

Pre-Pharmacy Transfer Program

All course work required for entrance into pharmacy school is completed in this sequence. A student enrolled in this program of study would generally apply for transfer into pharmacy school at the completion of these required courses, which generally takes 2 to 3 years depending on the student’s high school preparation. On transferring from ENC, the student would be an alumnus/a of ENC; however, the student would not receive an academic degree from Eastern Nazarene College. Typically, for successful transfer, the student needs to have a minimum 3.0 GPA and satisfactory scores on the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT).

IDNameCredits
Required Courses
BI103/BI103LIntroduction to Cellular Biology and Genetics w/Lab
BI105/BI105LIntroduction to Plants and Animals w/Lab
CH103/CH103LGeneral Chemistry I w/Lab
CH104/CH104LGeneral Chemistry II w/Lab
CH321/CH321LOrganic Chemistry I w/Lab
CH322/CH322LOrganic Chemistry II w/Lab
PY201/PY201LGeneral Physics I w/Lab
PY202/PY202LGeneral Physics II w/Lab
MA151Calculus I
MA152Calculus II
MA118Introduction to Statistics
PS110Introduction to Psychology
BA231Principles of Economics I - Microeconomics
CP100Critical Writing
CP195The West in the World since 1500
CP245Literature and Culture
CP290E. meets W: Wstn Phil & Globalization
Suggested Electives
SO110Introduction to Sociology
SO212Human Diversity
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