The Raabe College of Pharmacy at Ohio Northern University continually exceeds the high standards of pharmacy education. The program is distinctive in that it offers students professional pharmacy and patient-care experiences within the very first year of coursework. This is aided by the hands-on, real-world patient experiences through a network of high-quality and diverse pharmacy practice sites.  Pharmacy offers many different career opportunities, and your College of Pharmacy experience will prepare you for anything you want to do.

 Doctor of Pharmacy Curriculum (for students entering in or after Fall 2021)

Fall (P1) CH Spring (P1) CH            
General Chemistry 1 CHEM 1711                   5 General Chemistry 2 CHEM 1721                  5
Biology 1 BIOL 1211 or Physics PHYS 2111 4 or 3   Physics PHYS 2111 or Biology 1 BIOL 1211 3 or 4
Calculus MATH 1461 or Statistics STAT 1761      3 Statistics STAT 1761 or Calculus MATH 1461     3
Foundations in Pharmacy Practice 1 PHPR 1101     3 Foundations in Pharmacy Practice 2 PHPR 1121     3
General Education 3 General Education 3
Professional Development PHPR 1901 0 Professional Development PHPR 1931 0
       
       
       
Fall (P2) CH Spring (P2) CH
Organic Chemistry 1 CHEM 2511 3 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 2521 3
Organic Chemistry Lab 1 CHEM 2551 1 Organic Chemistry Lab 2 CHEM 2561 1
Anatomy & Physiology 1 BIOL 2331 4 Anatomy & Physiology 2 BIOL 2341 4
Foundations in Pharmacy Practice 3 PHPR 2131 3 Foundations in Pharmacy Practice 4 PHPR 2141 3

Interprofessional Education and Healthcare Teams PHPR 2921**

1 Self Care PHPR 2151 3
General Education 3 General Education 3
General Education 3 Professional Development PHPR 2911 0
Professional Development PHPR 2901 0    
       
    SUMMER: Community IPPE PHPR 2991 0
       
       
       
Fall (P3) CH Spring (P3) CH
Biochemistry 1 PHBS 3411 3 Biochemistry 2 PHBS 3421 3
Fundamentals in the Sciences of Pharmacy 1 PHBS 3011    4 Fundamentals in the Sciences of Pharmacy 2 PHBS 3021     4
Foundations in Pharmacy Practice 5 PHPR 3151 3 Foundations in Pharmacy Practice 6 PHPR 3161 3
Principles of Management BIZ 2331 3 General Education 3
General Education 3 General Education 3
Professional Development PHPR 3901 0 Professional Development PHPR 3911 0
       
    SUMMER: Institutional IPPE PHPR 3991 0
       
       
       
Fall (P4) CH Spring (P4) CH
Cardiology, Hematology, & Pulmonology 1 PHBS 4121 4

CNS, Neurology, Psychiatry, Behavioral Health & Toxicology PHBS 4221

4
Cardiology, Hematology, & Pulmonology 1 PHPR 4131 4

CNS, Neurology, Psychiatry, Behavioral Health & Toxicology PHPR 4231

4
Endocrinology, Nephrology, & Urology PHPR 4141 5

Musculoskeletal, Connective Tissue, Immunology, & Dermatology PHBS 4241

2.5
Patient Care Process 1 PHPR 4111 2 Nutrition & Gastroenterology PHPR 4251 2.5
Elective 3 Patient Care Process 2 PHPR 4211 2
Professional Development PHPR 4901 0 Elective  2
Elective IPPE^ 0 Professional Development PHPR 4911 0
    Elective IPPE^ 0
       
       
       
Fall (P5) CH Spring (P5) CH
Medical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases 1 PHBS 5121 4 APPE Prep PHPR 5211 2
Medical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases 2 PHPR 5131 4 Pharmacotherapy Capstone PHPR 5231 6
Oncology PHBS 5141 3 Advanced Topics in Law & Ethics PHPR 5221 3
Special Populations PHPR 5151 2 Elective 2
Patient Care Process 3 PHPR 5111 2 Professional Development PHPR 5911 0
Elective 2    
Professional Development PHPR 5901 0    
       
       
       
Fall  (P6) CH Spring (P6) CH
Advanced Practice Rotations  (5 in total) 4 each Advanced Practice Rotations  (4 in total) 4 each

** These courses must be taken during their P1 year (BIOL 1211, MATH 1461, PHYS 2111, STAT 1761)

^ There are a variety of courses available for the Elective IPPEs.  This will be taken in one of the following sessions:  P4 fall, P4 spring, summer between P4 & P5.

Electives: Open Electives (6 hours required); Professional Electives (4 hours required)
     

 

General Education Requirements                                                                              

Written Communication (ONU #1)

 

ENGL 1221

 

HONR 1221

 

ENGL 1511*

 

ENGL 1521*

*for international students only

 

Oral Communication (ONU #2)

 

CAMS 1301

 

CAMS 1311

 

CAMS 2301

 

CAMS 2321

 

HONR 1301

 

 

 

Knowledge of Human Thought and Culture (ONU #6)

Please review complete list of acceptable courses for this requirement in DegreeWorks.

 

Social Science (ONU #7a)

 

PSYC 1001

 

SOC 1001

 

Business (ONU #7b)

 

ABUS 2221

 

BIZ 2021

 

BIZ 2031

 

BIZ 2101

 

Aesthetics (ONU #8)

Please review complete list of acceptable courses for this requirement in DegreeWorks.

 

Ethics (ONU #9)

 

PHIL 2401

 

HONR 2401

 

Diverse Cultures (ONU #10)

Please review complete list of acceptable courses for this requirement in DegreeWorks.