College Of Pharmacy Department Of Pharmacy

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Phone 031-400-5794 Fax 031-400-5958
Email 대표 / choonmae@hanyang.ac.kr
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Faculty info
Lee, Chul-Hoon

Lee, Chul-Hoon / Professor

Han-Gon Choi

Han-Gon Choi / Professor

Hah Jung-Mi

Hah Jung-Mi / Associate Professor

Yoo, Hye Hyun

Yoo, Hye Hyun / Associate Professor

Ok-Nam Bae

Ok-Nam Bae / Associate Professor

Tae-gyu Nam

Tae-gyu Nam / Associate Professor

Jin-Ki Kim

Jin-Ki Kim / Associate Professor

Dong Wook KIM

Dong Wook KIM / Professor

Chongsuk Ryou

Chongsuk Ryou / Professor

Hyungshin Yim

Hyungshin Yim / Associate Professor

Kim, Chul Young

Kim, Chul Young / Associate Professor

SangSeong Kim

SangSeong Kim / Associate Professor

Juyeun Lee

Juyeun Lee / Associate Professor

Kevin Kyungsik Choe

Kevin Kyungsik Choe / Professor

Kim Young Mi

Kim Young Mi / Assistant Professor

Woo, Jong Soo

Woo, Jong Soo / Adjunct Professor

Kim duck jin

Kim duck jin / Adjunct Professor

Kim yeon heung

Kim yeon heung / Adjunct Professor

김해석

김해석 / Adjunct Professor

Oh heung seol

Oh heung seol / Adjunct Professor

Heesik Kim

Heesik Kim / Adjunct Professor

Han Duck Hee

Han Duck Hee / Adjunct Professor

Yoon Myung Sook

Yoon Myung Sook / Adjunct Professor

곽혜영

곽혜영 / Adjunct Professor

박은재

박은재 / Adjunct Professor

김지현

김지현 / Adjunct Professor

소용배

소용배 / Adjunct Professor

박수혜

박수혜 / Adjunct Professor

윤세나

윤세나 / Adjunct Professor

전원선

전원선 / Adjunct Professor

김미진

김미진 / Adjunct Professor

박재현

박재현 / Adjunct Professor

김용일

김용일 / Adjunct Professor

Choi Yeon Hwa

Choi Yeon Hwa / Adjunct Professor

Song Tae Pyo

Song Tae Pyo / Adjunct Professor

Jung jin ho

Jung jin ho / Adjunct Professor

Yun In Suk

Yun In Suk / Adjunct Professor

Cho Tae Yeon

Cho Tae Yeon / Adjunct Professor

Kim jino

Kim jino / Adjunct Professor

Lee Jung hoon

Lee Jung hoon / Adjunct Professor

Kim, Yun Kyung

Kim, Yun Kyung / Adjunct Professor

Lee Soon Yong

Lee Soon Yong / Adjunct Professor

Mi Na Lee

Mi Na Lee / Adjunct Professor

LEE kYU-HEE

LEE kYU-HEE / Adjunct Professor

College/Department curriculum
Year Term No. Curriculum Course Credits-lecture-experiential learning  
3 1 PAH1017 PHYSIOLOGY IN PHARMACY Core Major 3-3-0
We aim to understand the orchestrated function of human body from the cells, tissues, and major organs of the human body systematically. Understanding of human anatomy is preferred as prerequisite. During this course a case study related to disease model will be introduced at the beginning of class to draw attention from students as well as give them a taste of application in real situation. Some problems in national qualification exam style will be dealt during the class at the same time.
3 1 PAH1017 PHYSIOLOGY IN PHARMACY Core Major 3-3-0
We aim to understand the orchestrated function of human body from the cells, tissues, and major organs of the human body systematically. Understanding of human anatomy is preferred as prerequisite. During this course a case study related to disease model will be introduced at the beginning of class to draw attention from students as well as give them a taste of application in real situation. Some problems in national qualification exam style will be dealt during the class at the same time.
3 1 PHA1001 PHYSICAL PHARMACY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course contains the physicochemical theories of drugs. It included their application to the solubility, dissolution, stability and efficacy in the dosage forms such as liquid and solid.
3 1 PHA1002 BIOCHEMISTRY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
The course deals with the chemical processes within the living organisms such as the chemistry of biological building blocks and the dynamics and energetics of biological systems. This course will also focus on the regulatory mechanism of biosynthesis and metabolism, as well as pharmacological effect of biologically and toxicologically active agents at the chemical and molecular biological levels. The research methodology is also discussed.
3 1 PHA1003 PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the basic principles of analytical chemistry including acid-base equilibrium, solubility, eletrochemistry, and spectroscopy.
3 1 PHA1004 PREVENTIVE PHARMACY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
For the elucidation of cause and effect relationship between exposure to environmental toxic chemicals and their health effects, the comprehensive knowledge on the properties, biological interaction and their toxicity of xenobiotics are needed. In this lecture, students learn about the principles of the prevention of environmental disease.
3 1 PHA1005 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(I) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces students the basic organic chemistry for their advanced medicinal chemistry. The students will learn the basic principles of structure, bonding of organic molecules, polarity, acidity and basicity of molecules. Based on the principles, the students will learn the definition of hydrocarbons(alkane, alkene, alkyne, alcohols, ether, alkyl halide) depending on their functional group, and preparation, physical property, reactivity and application in organic syntheses.
3 1 PHA1005 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(I) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces students the basic organic chemistry for their advanced medicinal chemistry. The students will learn the basic principles of structure, bonding of organic molecules, polarity, acidity and basicity of molecules. Based on the principles, the students will learn the definition of hydrocarbons(alkane, alkene, alkyne, alcohols, ether, alkyl halide) depending on their functional group, and preparation, physical property, reactivity and application in organic syntheses.
3 1 PHA1007 INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACY Extended Major 2-2-0
In this class, basic pharmacy is introduced and morality in pharmacist is contained.
3 1 PHA1008 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS IN PHARMACY Extended Major 2-2-0
This course will cover the principles of statistics in Pharmacy; basis of and application of statistics to pharmacy including the development and analysis of drugs, clinical application to the human body, manufacture, management, and flow of medicine, and integration, management and supply of drug information.
3 1 PHA1016 ANATOMY IN PHARMACY Extended Major 3-3-0
A basic course in human anatomy. The structure of the various systems of the body is studied individually in detail, and although emphaisis is placed on normal form, attention is directed toward various abnormalities with the system.
3 1 PHA1017 Introduction to Pharmacy Extended Major 2-2-0
n this class, basic pharmacy is introduced and morality in pharmacist is contained.
3 1 PHA1019 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES I (PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC SYNTHESIS -Medicinal Extended Major 2-0-4
3 1 PAH1017 PHYSIOLOGY IN PHARMACY Core Major 3-3-0
This course will focus on the understanding of signaling molecule and its pathway relating to the processes of cell proliferation, differentiation, and death. This will help students understand the maintenance of homeostasis which is essential for life, and thus, enhance the ability of understanding and analyzing the pathogenesis of various disease.
3 1 PHA1001 PHYSICAL PHARMACY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course contains the physicochemical theories of drugs. It included their application to the solubility, dissolution, stability and efficacy in the dosage forms such as liquid and solid.
3 1 PHA1002 BIOCHEMISTRY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
In terms of biochemistry, which deals with the chemical processes that go on in living matters, this course will focus on the chemistry of biological materials and the dynamics and energetics of biological systems.
3 1 PHA1003 PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the basic principles of analytical chemistry including acid-base equilibrium, solubility, eletrochemistry, and spectroscopy.
3 1 PHA1005 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(I) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces students the basic organic chemistry for their advanced medicinal chemistry. The students will learn the basic principles of structure, bonding of organic molecules, polarity, acidity and basicity of molecules. Based on the principles, the students will learn the definition of hydrocarbons(alkane, alkene, alkyne, alcohols, ether, alkyl halide) depending on their functional group, and preparation, physical property, reactivity and application in organic syntheses.
3 1 PHA1013 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(II) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces students the basic organic chemistry continuing organic chemistry (I). The students will learn the basic principles of structure, bonding of organic molecules, polarity, acidity and basicity of molecules. Based on the principles, the students will learn the definition of hydrocarbons (alkynes, dienes, aromatics, radicals, amines, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids) depending on their functional group, and preparation, physical property, reactivity and application in organic syntheses.
3 1 PHA1016 ANATOMY IN PHARMACY Extended Major 3-3-0
A basic course in human anatomy. The structure of the various systems of the body is studied individually in detail, and although emphaisis is placed on normal form, attention is directed toward various abnormalities with the system.
3 1 PHA1017 Introduction to Pharmacy Extended Major 2-2-0
In this class, basic pharmacy is introduced and morality in pharmacist is contained.
3 1 PHA1019 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES I (PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC SYNTHESIS -Medicinal Extended Major 2-0-4
This course will provide opportunities to synthesize pharmaceutical drugs. Specifically, students will conduct reactions as nucleophilic aromatic substitution, metal-catalzyed coupling reaction, hydrolysis, nucleophilic substitution, and reduction. Students will also analyze the compounds they synthesize by using column chromatography, LC-MS, NMR and Compouter-aided modeling.
3 1 PHA2003 PHARMACOGNOSY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
The chemistry, biosynthesis, and pharmacological activities of secondary metabolites in crude drugs derived from wood, barks, rhizomes, and roots will be covered in this course.
3 1 PAH1017 PHYSIOLOGY IN PHARMACY Core Major 3-3-0
This course will focus on the understanding of signaling molecule and its pathway relating to the processes of cell proliferation, differentiation, and death. This will help students understand the maintenance of homeostasis which is essential for life, and thus, enhance the ability of understanding and analyzing the pathogenesis of various disease.
3 1 PHA1001 PHYSICAL PHARMACY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course contains the physicochemical theories of drugs. It included their application to the solubility, dissolution, stability and efficacy in the dosage forms such as liquid and solid.
3 1 PHA1002 BIOCHEMISTRY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
In terms of biochemistry, which deals with the chemical processes that go on in living matters, this course will focus on the chemistry of biological materials and the dynamics and energetics of biological systems.
3 1 PHA1003 PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the basic principles of analytical chemistry including acid-base equilibrium, solubility, eletrochemistry, and spectroscopy.
3 1 PHA1013 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(II) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces students the basic organic chemistry continuing organic chemistry (I). The students will learn the basic principles of structure, bonding of organic molecules, polarity, acidity and basicity of molecules. Based on the principles, the students will learn the definition of hydrocarbons (alkynes, dienes, aromatics, radicals, amines, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids) depending on their functional group, and preparation, physical property, reactivity and application in organic syntheses.
3 1 PHA1016 ANATOMY IN PHARMACY Extended Major 3-3-0
A basic course in human anatomy. The structure of the various systems of the body is studied individually in detail, and although emphaisis is placed on normal form, attention is directed toward various abnormalities with the system.
3 1 PHA1017 Introduction to Pharmacy Extended Major 2-2-0
In this class, basic pharmacy is introduced and morality in pharmacist is contained.
3 1 PHA1019 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES I (PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC SYNTHESIS -Medicinal Extended Major 2-0-4
This course will provide opportunities to synthesize pharmaceutical drugs. Specifically, students will conduct reactions as nucleophilic aromatic substitution, metal-catalzyed coupling reaction, hydrolysis, nucleophilic substitution, and reduction. Students will also analyze the compounds they synthesize by using column chromatography, LC-MS, NMR and Compouter-aided modeling.
3 1 PHA2003 PHARMACOGNOSY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
The chemistry, biosynthesis, and pharmacological activities of secondary metabolites in crude drugs derived from wood, barks, rhizomes, and roots will be covered in this course.
3 2 PHA1009 BIOCHEMISTRY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
The course deals with the chemical processes within the living organisms such as the chemistry of biological building blocks and the dynamics and energetics of biological systems. This course will also focus on the regulatory mechanism of biosynthesis and metabolism, as well as pharmacological effect of biologically and toxicologically active agents at the chemical and molecular biological levels. The research methodology is also discussed.
3 2 PHA1010 PHYSICAL PHARMACY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course is concerned with the fundamental properties of pharmaceutical systems. In this course, the student is introduced to interfacial phenomena, rheology, micromeritics and so forth, with particular emphasis on those relevant dispersed systems. This is followed by a consideration of the solid state, important because of the large number of solid dosage forms. The basic flow properties of a variety of systems are also discussed together with an introduction to kinetics, particularly as related to the stability of material in the liquid and solid states.
3 2 PHA1011 PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the principles and applications of quantitative analyses of pharmaceutics such as volumetric analysis, gravimetric analysis, non-aqueous titrimetry, chelatemetry, and chromatography.
3 2 PHA1012 PREVENTIVE PHARMACY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
In this lecture students learn the importance of essential nutrients in human health. Disease prevention and health promotion through proper nutrition is another essential part of the lecture. The up to date information with regard to the nutrition and health is also introduced.
3 2 PHA1013 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(II) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces students the basic organic chemistry continuing organic chemistry (I). The students will learn the basic principles of structure, bonding of organic molecules, polarity, acidity and basicity of molecules. Based on the principles, the students will learn the definition of hydrocarbons (alkynes, dienes, aromatics, radicals, amines, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids) depending on their functional group, and preparation, physical property, reactivity and application in organic syntheses.
3 2 PHA1013 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(II) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces students the basic organic chemistry continuing organic chemistry (I). The students will learn the basic principles of structure, bonding of organic molecules, polarity, acidity and basicity of molecules. Based on the principles, the students will learn the definition of hydrocarbons (alkynes, dienes, aromatics, radicals, amines, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids) depending on their functional group, and preparation, physical property, reactivity and application in organic syntheses.
3 2 PHA1020 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES II (PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS-PREVENTIVE PHARMACY Extended Major 2-0-4
This course consists of experiments on the contents of the courses Pharmaceutical Analysis I and II. It also provides laboratory work on the environmental health of human beings exposed to various contaminants, which may exist in environmental media including water, air, and foods.
3 2 PHA2001 MICROBIOLOGY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
Microbiology course will start with taxonomy of Bacteria and microbial genetics study. Topics also include the typical characteristics, virulence mechanism, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of recently reemerging infectious diseases caused by pathogenic bacteria and viruses wto provide clinical knowledges for pharmaceutical research. 
3 2 PHA2020 CELL BIOLOGY AND GEMETIS IN PHARMACEUTICS Extended Major 3-3-0
The fundamental structures and functions of cells in higher organisms and the moleclar mechanisms of intracellular signal transduction pathways which connect extracellular stimuli to gene expression, cell cycle progression and differentiation will be instructed. Also, the classical, molecular and population genetics, and their central importance in biological sciences, will be instructed. Human diseases that are associated with the aberrant expression of important cellular factors and the related therapy will be introduce in the aspects of broad range of pharmacy.
3 2 PHA3016 Inorganic and radioactive Pharmaceutical Chemistry Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the basics of inorganic drugs and radiopharmaceuticals which are actively used in the treatment and diagnosis of various diseases including cancer. It also covers metallic and non-metallic imaging agents used in modern diagnostic technologies and radio-labelled compounds used in metabolism studies.
3 2 PHA1009 BIOCHEMISTRY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course concerns the metabolism of the organic constituents of living organisms, vitamins, coenzymes, biooxidation, metabolism of three essential nutrients (proteins, fats, and carbohydrates), and metabolic control by hormones as well as the basic principles of blood circulation, digestion, absorption by the gastrointestinal tract, functions of the liver and kidneys, metabolism of water and salts, chemistry of respiration, immunochemistry, and tissue chemistry.
3 2 PHA1010 PHYSICAL PHARMACY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course is concerned with the fundamental properties of pharmaceutical systems. In this course, the student is introduced to interfacial phenomena, rheology, micromeritics and so forth, with particular emphasis on those relevant dispersed systems. This is followed by a consideration of the solid state, important because of the large number of solid dosage forms. The basic flow properties of a variety of systems are also discussed together with an introduction to kinetics, particularly as related to the stability of material in the liquid and solid states.
3 2 PHA1011 PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the principles and applications of quantitative analyses of pharmaceutics such as volumetric analysis, gravimetric analysis, non-aqueous titrimetry, chelatemetry, and chromatography.
3 1 PHA1013 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(II) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces students the basic organic chemistry continuing organic chemistry (I). The students will learn the basic principles of structure, bonding of organic molecules, polarity, acidity and basicity of molecules. Based on the principles, the students will learn the definition of hydrocarbons (alkynes, dienes, aromatics, radicals, amines, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids) depending on their functional group, and preparation, physical property, reactivity and application in organic syntheses.
3 2 PHA1020 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES II (PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS-PREVENTIVE PHARMACY Extended Major 2-0-4
This course consists of experiments on the contents of the courses Pharmaceutical Analysis I and II. It also provides laboratory work on the environmental health of human beings exposed to various contaminants, which may exist in environmental media.
3 2 PHA1021 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(III) Extended Major 3-3-0
This class can be cansidered as a general introduction to Pharmaceutical Organic Synthesis, an a required class for 4th grade. In-depth chemistry of carbonyl group and carbon-carbon bond formation will be covered. Also, geteracycle chemistry and axidation/reduction which are very important in drug syntheis, will be covered.
3 2 PHA2001 MICROBIOLOGY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
The typical characteristics, symptom, diagnosis and treatment of recently reemerging diseases with high morbidity by pathogenic bacteria, virus, fungi and protozoa will be learned to bring up the clinical knowledges for pharmaceutical research. 
3 2 PHA2012 PHARMACOGNOSY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
A continuation of the course Pharmacognosy I, this course will focus on crude drugs derived from leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds, herbs, and extracts.
3 2 PHA2020 CELL BIOLOGY AND GEMETIS IN PHARMACEUTICS Extended Major 3-3-0
The fundamental structures and functions of cells in higher organisms and the moleclar mechanisms of intracellular signal transduction pathways which connect extracellular stimuli to gene expression, cell cycle progression and differentiation will be instructed. Also, the classical, molecular and population genetics, and their central importance in biological sciences, will be instructed. Human diseases that are associated with the aberrant expression of important cellular factors and the related therapy will be introduce in the aspects of broad range of pharmacy.
3 2 PHA3016 Inorganic and radioactive Pharmaceutical Chemistry Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the basics of inorganic drugs and radiopharmaceuticals which are actively used in the treatment and diagnosis of various diseases including cancer. It also covers metallic and non-metallic imaging agents used in modern diagnostic technologies and radio-labelled compounds used in metabolism studies.
3 2 PHA1009 BIOCHEMISTRY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course concerns the metabolism of the organic constituents of living organisms, vitamins, coenzymes, biooxidation, metabolism of three essential nutrients (proteins, fats, and carbohydrates), and metabolic control by hormones as well as the basic principles of blood circulation, digestion, absorption by the gastrointestinal tract, functions of the liver and kidneys, metabolism of water and salts, chemistry of respiration, immunochemistry, and tissue chemistry.
3 2 PHA1010 PHYSICAL PHARMACY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course is concerned with the fundamental properties of pharmaceutical systems. In this course, the student is introduced to interfacial phenomena, rheology, micromeritics and so forth, with particular emphasis on those relevant dispersed systems. This is followed by a consideration of the solid state, important because of the large number of solid dosage forms. The basic flow properties of a variety of systems are also discussed together with an introduction to kinetics, particularly as related to the stability of material in the liquid and solid states.
3 2 PHA1011 PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the principles and applications of quantitative analyses of pharmaceutics such as volumetric analysis, gravimetric analysis, non-aqueous titrimetry, chelatemetry, and chromatography.
3 2 PHA1020 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES II (PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS-PREVENTIVE PHARMACY Extended Major 2-0-4
This course consists of experiments on the contents of the courses Pharmaceutical Analysis I and II. It also provides laboratory work on the environmental health of human beings exposed to various contaminants, which may exist in environmental media.
3 2 PHA1021 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(III) Extended Major 3-3-0
This class can be cansidered as a general introduction to Pharmaceutical Organic Synthesis, an a required class for 4th grade. In-depth chemistry of carbonyl group and carbon-carbon bond formation will be covered. Also, geteracycle chemistry and axidation/reduction which are very important in drug syntheis, will be covered.
3 2 PHA2001 MICROBIOLOGY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
The typical characteristics, symptom, diagnosis and treatment of recently reemerging diseases with high morbidity by pathogenic bacteria, virus, fungi and protozoa will be learned to bring up the clinical knowledges for pharmaceutical research. 
3 2 PHA2012 PHARMACOGNOSY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
A continuation of the course Pharmacognosy I, this course will focus on crude drugs derived from leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds, herbs, and extracts.
3 2 PHA2020 CELL BIOLOGY AND GEMETIS IN PHARMACEUTICS Extended Major 3-3-0
The fundamental structures and functions of cells in higher organisms and the moleclar mechanisms of intracellular signal transduction pathways which connect extracellular stimuli to gene expression, cell cycle progression and differentiation will be instructed. Also, the classical, molecular and population genetics, and their central importance in biological sciences, will be instructed. Human diseases that are associated with the aberrant expression of important cellular factors and the related therapy will be introduce in the aspects of broad range of pharmacy.
3 2 PHA3016 Inorganic and radioactive Pharmaceutical Chemistry Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the basics of inorganic drugs and radiopharmaceuticals which are actively used in the treatment and diagnosis of various diseases including cancer. It also covers metallic and non-metallic imaging agents used in modern diagnostic technologies and radio-labelled compounds used in metabolism studies.
4 1 PHA2002 PHARMACOLOGY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, students will learn the general principles and mechanisms of drug actions including those that influence the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of drugs. Clinical applications, adverse effects, drug toxicity, and structure-activity relationship will also be discussed. Focus will be on the pharmacology of the autonomic nervous system, central nervous system, inflammation and immunity.
4 1 PHA2003 PHARMACOGNOSY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
The chemistry, biosynthesis, and pharmacological activities of secondary metabolites in crude drugs derived from wood, barks, rhizomes, and roots will be covered in this course.
4 1 PHA2004 PHARMACEUTICS(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the student with the basic principles of pharmacokinetics, and various physicochemical properties of a drug that affect drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion. The student will be able to appreciate and use quantitative information to increase their effectiveness in individualization of dosing. Included are the concepts of biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic principles in the effective route of administration and development of dosage form. Furthermore, it contains the principles of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics from both theoretical and clinical viewpoints. It Includes the principles of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion and how individual patient considerations affect drug dosing decisions. Additional topics include design and evaluation of bioavailability studies, effects of disease states on drug disposition and comparative discussion of clinical drug analysis procedure.
4 1 PHA2006 TOXICOLOGY Extended Major 3-3-0
The course concerns the study of adverse reactions to chemical substances and includes toxicology in drug evaluation, systemic toxicology, and environmental toxicology. The toxicology of household products, medicine, agricultural pollutants, environmental pollutants, and industrial toxic substances will also be discussed. Furthermore, this course deals with the cellular and molecular mechanism of action of toxic substances and current molecular techniques used in the toxicology.
4 1 PHA2008 INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the conventional aspects of preparation of dosage forms. Emphasis will be on manufacturing and considerations both of the physical and chemical nature of the drug as well as the regulatory environments. Furthermore, this course introduces the student to modern pharmaceutical dosage forms and other novel approaches to the delivery of drugs in the human body. In each case, the basic principles underlying the type of dosage form will be reviewed, Relevant aspects of the formulation, manufacture, stability and dispensing of these dosage forms will be presented with reference to appropriate commercial products wherever possible. The study and application of the physicochemical principles that are necessary for the design, development and preparation of pharmaceutical dosage forms will also be covered.
4 1 PHA2010 MICROBIOLOGY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
Additional knowledge concerning more pathogenic organisms (mycology, parasitology, protozoology) will be provided in microbiology II course. Later part of this course is designed to provide the concept of antibiotics, antiviral agents, immunology and vaccines. The course will emphasize development of biomedicine by harmonizing all the course materials of Microbiology I and II.
4 1 PHA2021 Pharmaceutical Organic Synthesis (I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course will cover synthetic unit reactions for the synthesis of pharmaceuticals such as carbon-carbon, carbon-oxygen, and carbon-nitrogen bond formations.
4 1 PHA2021 Pharmaceutical Organic Synthesis (I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course will cover synthetic unit reactions for the synthesis of pharmaceuticals such as carbon-carbon, carbon-oxygen, and carbon-nitrogen bond formations.
4 1 PHA2025 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES III (BIOCHEMISTRY -Molecular biology) Extended Major 2-0-4
In this laboratory course, students will learn selected basic techniques essential for modern biochemistry and molecular biology such as the isolation and purification of eukaryotic DNA and bacterial plasmids, enzyme assays for the determination of kinetic parameters, and polymerase chain reactions (PCR). The course will help undergraduate pharmacy students and those in related disciplines understand fundamental biochemical principles better through practice in relevant methods and techniques.
4 1 PHA3018 Natural product chemistry Extended Major 3-3-0
In this class, we classify biochemically active chemicals originated from natural product according to biosynthesis process in living body, and have a lecture about physico- chemical properties of second metabolites, methods of extraction and isolation, chemical structures. It also present examples of the chemicals used as samples of various bioassay system and as leading compounds for the development of medicines.
4 1 PHA1004 PREVENTIVE PHARMACY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
The aim of this course is to understand the beneficial as well as the hazardous ingredients included in foods, based on the comprehensive understanding the characteristics of human diseases.
4 1 PHA2002 PHARMACOLOGY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, students will learn the general principles and mechanisms of drug actions including those that influence the absorption, distribution, biotransformation (metabolism), and excretion of drugs. Clinical applications, adverse effects, drug toxicity, and structureactivity relationship will also be discussed. Focus will be on the pharmacology of the autonomic nervous system, central nervous system, inflammation and immunity.
4 1 PHA2004 PHARMACEUTICS(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the student with the basic principles of pharmacokinetics, and various physicochemical properties of a drug that affect drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion. The student will be able to appreciate and use quantitative information to increase their effectiveness in individualization of dosing. Included are the concepts of biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic principles in the effective route of administration and development of dosage form. Furthermore, it contains the principles of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics from both theoretical and clinical viewpoints. It Includes the principles of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion and how individual patient considerations affect drug dosing decisions. Additional topics include design and evaluation of bioavailability studies, effects of disease states on drug disposition and comparative discussion of clinical drug analysis procedure.
4 1 PHA2006 TOXICOLOGY Extended Major 3-3-0
The course concerns the study of adverse reactions to chemical substances and includes toxicology in drug evaluation, systemic toxicology, and environmental toxicology. The toxicology of household products, medicine, agricultural pollutants, environmental pollutants, and industrial toxic substances will also be discussed. Furthermore, this course deals with the cellular and molecular mechanism of action of toxic substances and current molecular techniques used in the toxicology.
4 1 PHA2008 INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the conventional aspects of preparation of dosage forms. Emphasis will be on manufacturing and considerations both of the physical and chemical nature of the drug as well as the regulatory environments. Furthermore, this course introduces the student to modern pharmaceutical dosage forms and other novel approaches to the delivery of drugs in the human body. In each case, the basic principles underlying the type of dosage form will be reviewed, Relevant aspects of the formulation, manufacture, stability and dispensing of these dosage forms will be presented with reference to appropriate commercial products wherever possible. The study and application of the physicochemical principles that are necessary for the design, development and preparation of pharmaceutical dosage forms will also be covered.
4 1 PHA2010 MICROBIOLOGY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
The pharmacological mechanisms, pharmacodynamic properties and adverse effects of recently developed antibiotics and antimicrobial drugs used for the treatment of a variety of infectious diseases will be lectured in order to get the knowledge for drug development and clinical appilication of those agents.
4 1 PHA2021 Pharmaceutical Organic Synthesis (I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course presents advanced discussions on various synthetic reactions and theories such that students will be provided with a strong background for the pharmaceutical synthesis. Topics include carbon-carbon, carbon-oxygen, and carbon-nitrogen bond formations. Also, functional group interchange, reduction-oxidation, reactions where active intermediates such as radical is involved, and stereoselective reactions will be covered.
4 1 PHA2025 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES III (BIOCHEMISTRY -Molecular biology) Extended Major 2-0-4
In this laboratory course, students will learn selected basic techniques essential for modern biochemistry and molecular biology such as the isolation and purification of eukaryotic DNA and bacterial plasmids, enzyme assays for the determination of kinetic parameters, and polymerase chain reactions (PCR). The course will help undergraduate pharmacy students and those in related disciplines understand fundamental biochemical principles better through practice in relevant methods and techniques.
4 1 PHA3018 Natural product chemistry Extended Major 3-3-0
In this class, we classify biochemically active chemicals originated from natural product according to biosynthesis process in living body, and have a lecture about physico- chemical properties of second metabolites, methods of extraction and isolation, chemical structures. It also present examples of the chemicals used as samples of various bioassay system and as leading compounds for the development of medicines.
4 1 PHA1004 PREVENTIVE PHARMACY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
The aim of this course is to understand the beneficial as well as the hazardous ingredients included in foods, based on the comprehensive understanding the characteristics of human diseases.
4 1 PHA2002 PHARMACOLOGY(I) Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, students will learn the general principles and mechanisms of drug actions including those that influence the absorption, distribution, biotransformation (metabolism), and excretion of drugs. Clinical applications, adverse effects, drug toxicity, and structureactivity relationship will also be discussed. Focus will be on the pharmacology of the autonomic nervous system, central nervous system, inflammation and immunity.
4 1 PHA2004 PHARMACEUTICS(I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the student with the basic principles of pharmacokinetics, and various physicochemical properties of a drug that affect drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion. The student will be able to appreciate and use quantitative information to increase their effectiveness in individualization of dosing. Included are the concepts of biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic principles in the effective route of administration and development of dosage form. Furthermore, it contains the principles of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics from both theoretical and clinical viewpoints. It Includes the principles of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion and how individual patient considerations affect drug dosing decisions. Additional topics include design and evaluation of bioavailability studies, effects of disease states on drug disposition and comparative discussion of clinical drug analysis procedure.
4 1 PHA2006 TOXICOLOGY Extended Major 3-3-0
The course concerns the study of adverse reactions to chemical substances and includes toxicology in drug evaluation, systemic toxicology, and environmental toxicology. The toxicology of household products, medicine, agricultural pollutants, environmental pollutants, and industrial toxic substances will also be discussed. Furthermore, this course deals with the cellular and molecular mechanism of action of toxic substances and current molecular techniques used in the toxicology.
4 1 PHA2008 INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the conventional aspects of preparation of dosage forms. Emphasis will be on manufacturing and considerations both of the physical and chemical nature of the drug as well as the regulatory environments. Furthermore, this course introduces the student to modern pharmaceutical dosage forms and other novel approaches to the delivery of drugs in the human body. In each case, the basic principles underlying the type of dosage form will be reviewed, Relevant aspects of the formulation, manufacture, stability and dispensing of these dosage forms will be presented with reference to appropriate commercial products wherever possible. The study and application of the physicochemical principles that are necessary for the design, development and preparation of pharmaceutical dosage forms will also be covered.
4 1 PHA2010 MICROBIOLOGY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
The pharmacological mechanisms, pharmacodynamic properties and adverse effects of recently developed antibiotics and antimicrobial drugs used for the treatment of a variety of infectious diseases will be lectured in order to get the knowledge for drug development and clinical appilication of those agents.
4 1 PHA2021 Pharmaceutical Organic Synthesis (I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course presents advanced discussions on various synthetic reactions and theories such that students will be provided with a strong background for the pharmaceutical synthesis. Topics include carbon-carbon, carbon-oxygen, and carbon-nitrogen bond formations. Also, functional group interchange, reduction-oxidation, reactions where active intermediates such as radical is involved, and stereoselective reactions will be covered.
4 1 PHA2025 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES III (BIOCHEMISTRY -Molecular biology) Extended Major 2-0-4
In this laboratory course, students will learn selected basic techniques essential for modern biochemistry and molecular biology such as the isolation and purification of eukaryotic DNA and bacterial plasmids, enzyme assays for the determination of kinetic parameters, and polymerase chain reactions (PCR). The course will help undergraduate pharmacy students and those in related disciplines understand fundamental biochemical principles better through practice in relevant methods and techniques.
4 1 PHA3018 Natural product chemistry Extended Major 3-3-0
In this class, we classify biochemically active chemicals originated from natural product according to biosynthesis process in living body, and have a lecture about physico- chemical properties of second metabolites, methods of extraction and isolation, chemical structures. It also present examples of the chemicals used as samples of various bioassay system and as leading compounds for the development of medicines.
4 2 PHA2011 PHARMACOLOGY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
A continuation of the course Pharmacognosy I, this course will focus on the pharmacology of cardiovascular, renal and endocrine systems as well as the therapeutic basis of antimicrobial and anti-cancer agents.
4 2 PHA2012 PHARMACOGNOSY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
A continuation of the course Pharmacognosy I, this course will focus on crude drugs derived from leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds, herbs, and extracts.
4 2 PHA2013 PHARMACEUTICS(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course applies product formulation and evaluation to the compounding and dispensing of medications. This course will be focused on prescription analysis and interpretation; identification and selection of brand-named products and generic equivalents for use in drug therapy; proper use, handling and storage of medications. Furthermore, it examines pharmacy services and products provided to patients in various settings (hospital, drug store). It includes a discussion of the administrative, distributive and clinical functions of consultant pharmacy. It introduce the student with the basic principles of drug-interaction and their properties that affect drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion in humane body. It familiarize the student with the responsibilities and opportunities for the pharmacist to improve health care through their advisement of patients in the selection of OTC drugs and other health care items.
4 2 PHA2015 METABOLISM Extended Major 2-2-0
This course will cover general information on the metabolite which is produced by enzyme in the body.
4 2 PHA2017 PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING CHEMISTRY Extended Major 3-3-0
The application of inorganic reactions, halogenation, nitration, sulfonation, amination, amidation, reaction of aromatic diazonium salt, and oxidation to the synthesis of basic medicine will be covered in this course.
4 2 PHA2019 Korean Pharmacopeia Extended Major 3-3-0
To give the student the ability to have an excellent talent as a pharmacist, this course will cover pharmacopoeia, which is a collection of formularies that each nation standardizes to maintain the strength, purity, and quality of drugs.
4 2 PHA2022 PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Core Major 3-3-0
The application of inorganic reactions, halogenation, nitration, sulfonation, amination, amidation, reaction of aromatic diazonium salt, and oxidation to the synthesis of basic medicine will be covered in this course.
4 2 PHA2023 PATHOLOGY Core Major 3-3-0
The aim of this course is to give a student understanding of disease condition and its cause from pathogenesis. After studying this course, students will be able to comprehend diseases from cellular level to tissue, organ, and eventually total human body systematically. High emphasis on case studies will be addressed to deliver vivid confrontation with diseases.
4 2 PHA2024 PHARMACEUTICAL ENGINEERING Extended Major 2-2-0
The major objective of this course is intended to provide the student with fundamental theories underlying various unit processes and good manufacturing procee. Topics include principles of pharmaceutical processing such as mixing, milling, drying, compression and consolidation of powdered solids, and clarification and filtration. Special emphasis will be placed on pharmaceutical dosage form design and its applications to conventional dosage form and novel drug delivery systems. Product processing, packaging evaluation, and regulation will also be covered.
4 2 PHA2026 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES IV (Physical Pharmacy-Pharmaceutics) Extended Major 2-0-4
Designed to unite the theory and practice of physical pharmacy. Emphasis is directed to comprehend the principles of pharmaceutical dosage form, especially solid dosage form, to apply these principles in the formulation and evaluation of pharmaceutical preparations and to develop various techniques through laboratory experimentation. It is designed to unite the theory and practice of the pharmaceutical sciences. Emphasis is directed to comprehend the principles of pharmacokinetics and biopharmaceutics, to develop various techniques through laboratory experimentation.
4 2 PHA3008 Vaccine Extended Major 3-3-0
Vaccinology course provides overall knowledge of development and vaccines currently used for humans and animal purpose. Additional information about next generation vaccines and test vaccines under evaluation will be also provided. Understanding of the evaluation process of new vaccine candidates, such as clinical trial design and data interpretation, is also very important to the students who want to work on pharmaceutical industry. Student should be equipped with general knowledge of development and drug licensure process of vaccines.
4 2 PHA1012 PREVENTIVE PHARMACY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
In this lecture students learn the importance of environmental factors in human health. Disease prevention and health promotion through risk assessment and management is another essential part of the lecture.
4 2 PHA1015 THE PHARMACEUTICAL AFFAIRS LAW AND RELATED REGULATIONS Extended Major 3-3-0
The fundamentals of laws of importance to pharmacists will be covered in this course: laws and regulations for pharmaceutical affairs pertaining to the manufacturing and distribution of drugs, cosmetics, hygienic materials, narcotics, poisons, and pharmaceutical preparations.
4 2 PHA2011 PHARMACOLOGY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
A continuation of the course Pharmacognosy I, this course will focus on the pharmacology of cardiovascular, renal and endocrine systems as well as the therapeutic basis of antimicrobial and anti-cancer agents.
4 2 PHA2013 PHARMACEUTICS(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course applies product formulation and evaluation to the compounding and dispensing of medications. It emphasises on prescription analysis and interpretation; identification and selection of brand-named products and generic equivalents for use in drug therapy; proper use, handling and storage of medications. Furthermore, it examines pharmacy services and products provided to patients in various settings (hospital, drug store). It includes a discussion of the administrative, distributive and clinical functions of consultant pharmacy. It introduce the student with the basic principles of drug-interaction and their properties that affect drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion in humane body. It familiarize the student with the responsibilities and opportunities for the pharmacist to improve health care through their advisement of patients in the selection of OTC drugs and other health care items.
4 2 PHA2019 Korean Pharmacopeia Extended Major 3-3-0
To give the student the ability to have an excellent talent as a pharmacist, this course will cover pharmacopoeia, which is a collection of formularies that each nation standardizes to maintain the strength, purity, and quality of drugs.
4 2 PHA2022 PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Core Major 3-3-0
This class will discuss the synthetic methods of individual drug molecules based on the advanced synthetic theories covered by Pharmaceutical Organic Synthesis (I). More specifically, CNS drugs, cardiovascular drugs, drugs for metabolic diseases such as diabetes, antibiotics and antifugal agents, allergy drugs, and gastrointestinal drugs are covered; their synthesis and classification based on their indications and mode of actions, and structural clustering. Students will expose themselves to organic chemical point of view on drug molecules in this class.
4 2 PHA2023 PATHOLOGY Core Major 3-3-0
This course will focus on the understanding of pathogenesis at the cellular level, which will promote the ability of new drug development based on the targeting of disease-related signaling molecules and their pathway. This will enhance and provide student with power of understanding the underlying mechanism of various disease and the way to approach to the research on drug development. Furthermore, it will focus on the structural and functional changes related to various diseases, and thus, clinical symptoms. Understanding of pathogenesis of various disease will lead students to apply the knowledge for the drug development.
4 2 PHA2024 PHARMACEUTICAL ENGINEERING Extended Major 2-2-0
The major objective of this course is intended to provide the student with fundamental theories underlying various unit processes and good manufacturing procee. Topics include principles of pharmaceutical processing such as mixing, milling, drying, compression and consolidation of powdered solids, and clarification and filtration. Special emphasis will be placed on pharmaceutical dosage form design and its applications to conventional dosage form and novel drug delivery systems. Product processing, packaging evaluation, and regulation will also be covered.
4 2 PHA2026 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES IV (Physical Pharmacy-Pharmaceutics) Extended Major 2-0-4
Designed to unite the theory and practice of physical pharmacy. Emphasis is directed to comprehend the principles of pharmaceutical dosage form, especially solid dosage form, to apply these principles in the formulation and evaluation of pharmaceutical preparations and to develop various techniques through laboratory experimentation. It is designed to unite the theory and practice of the pharmaceutical sciences. Emphasis is directed to comprehend the principles of pharmacokinetics and biopharmaceutics, to develop various techniques through laboratory experimentation.
4 2 PHA3008 Vaccine Extended Major 3-3-0
Vaccinology course provides overall knowledge of development and vaccines currently used for humans and animal purpose. Additional information about next generation vaccines and test vaccines under evaluation will be also provided. Understanding of the evaluation process of new vaccine candidates, such as clinical trial design and data interpretation, is also very important to the students who want to work on pharmaceutical industry. Student should be equipped with general knowledge of development and drug licensure process of vaccines.
4 2 PHA1012 PREVENTIVE PHARMACY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
In this lecture students learn the importance of environmental factors in human health. Disease prevention and health promotion through risk assessment and management is another essential part of the lecture.
4 2 PHA1015 THE PHARMACEUTICAL AFFAIRS LAW AND RELATED REGULATIONS Extended Major 3-3-0
The fundamentals of laws of importance to pharmacists will be covered in this course: laws and regulations for pharmaceutical affairs pertaining to the manufacturing and distribution of drugs, cosmetics, hygienic materials, narcotics, poisons, and pharmaceutical preparations.
4 2 PHA2011 PHARMACOLOGY(II) Core Major 3-3-0
A continuation of the course Pharmacognosy I, this course will focus on the pharmacology of cardiovascular, renal and endocrine systems as well as the therapeutic basis of antimicrobial and anti-cancer agents.
4 2 PHA2013 PHARMACEUTICS(II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course applies product formulation and evaluation to the compounding and dispensing of medications. It emphasises on prescription analysis and interpretation; identification and selection of brand-named products and generic equivalents for use in drug therapy; proper use, handling and storage of medications. Furthermore, it examines pharmacy services and products provided to patients in various settings (hospital, drug store). It includes a discussion of the administrative, distributive and clinical functions of consultant pharmacy. It introduce the student with the basic principles of drug-interaction and their properties that affect drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion in humane body. It familiarize the student with the responsibilities and opportunities for the pharmacist to improve health care through their advisement of patients in the selection of OTC drugs and other health care items.
4 2 PHA2022 PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Core Major 3-3-0
This class will discuss the synthetic methods of individual drug molecules based on the advanced synthetic theories covered by Pharmaceutical Organic Synthesis (I). More specifically, CNS drugs, cardiovascular drugs, drugs for metabolic diseases such as diabetes, antibiotics and antifugal agents, allergy drugs, and gastrointestinal drugs are covered; their synthesis and classification based on their indications and mode of actions, and structural clustering. Students will expose themselves to organic chemical point of view on drug molecules in this class.
4 2 PHA2023 PATHOLOGY Core Major 3-3-0
This course will focus on the understanding of pathogenesis at the cellular level, which will promote the ability of new drug development based on the targeting of disease-related signaling molecules and their pathway. This will enhance and provide student with power of understanding the underlying mechanism of various disease and the way to approach to the research on drug development. Furthermore, it will focus on the structural and functional changes related to various diseases, and thus, clinical symptoms. Understanding of pathogenesis of various disease will lead students to apply the knowledge for the drug development.
4 2 PHA2024 PHARMACEUTICAL ENGINEERING Extended Major 2-2-0
The major objective of this course is intended to provide the student with fundamental theories underlying various unit processes and good manufacturing procee. Topics include principles of pharmaceutical processing such as mixing, milling, drying, compression and consolidation of powdered solids, and clarification and filtration. Special emphasis will be placed on pharmaceutical dosage form design and its applications to conventional dosage form and novel drug delivery systems. Product processing, packaging evaluation, and regulation will also be covered.
4 2 PHA2026 LAB IN PHARMACEUTICAL PRINCIPLES IV (Physical Pharmacy-Pharmaceutics) Extended Major 2-0-4
Designed to unite the theory and practice of physical pharmacy. Emphasis is directed to comprehend the principles of pharmaceutical dosage form, especially solid dosage form, to apply these principles in the formulation and evaluation of pharmaceutical preparations and to develop various techniques through laboratory experimentation. It is designed to unite the theory and practice of the pharmaceutical sciences. Emphasis is directed to comprehend the principles of pharmacokinetics and biopharmaceutics, to develop various techniques through laboratory experimentation.
4 2 PHA2027 Pharmacopoeia and pharmaceutical quality control Core Major 3-3-0
4 2 PHA3008 Vaccine Extended Major 3-3-0
Vaccinology course provides overall knowledge of development and vaccines currently used for humans and animal purpose. Additional information about next generation vaccines and test vaccines under evaluation will be also provided. Understanding of the evaluation process of new vaccine candidates, such as clinical trial design and data interpretation, is also very important to the students who want to work on pharmaceutical industry. Student should be equipped with general knowledge of development and drug licensure process of vaccines.
5 1 PHA2016 DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will provide the student with the ability to optimize the efficacy, stability and patient compliance of dosage form. The fundamental background necessary for the application of physicochemical principles including characterization, development, evaluation, and preparation of novel drug delivery systems will be covered.
5 1 PHA3001 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (I) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (I) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the disease states most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. With this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals. In addition, they will be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 1 PHA3002 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (II) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (II) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the disease states most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. With this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals. In addition, they will be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 1 PHA3003 Clinical Pharmacy Core Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to build a foundation in patient care that will allow future pharmaceutical care practitioners to participate in a health care team to maximize patient care. This course provides basic understanding of medical terminology, interpretation of clinical laboratory data, considerations in special conditions, skills for patient medication counselling, clinical nutrition, and therapeutic drug monitoring, which are required to provide pharmaceutical care in various clinical situations.
5 1 PHA3004 Medicinal Chemistry (I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course will describe the history of small molecules drug, new drug discovery, molecular mechanisms of drugs according to their interacting protein (receptor protein, enzyme), DNA-targeting drug, drug design, drug metabolism, prodrugs.
5 1 PHA3005 Molecular biology Core Major 3-3-0
The goal of this course is to understand basic principles of molecular biology and to acquire recent trends in molecular biology research, including the DNA, RNA, and protein-related studies. This course will cover many different areas of molecular biology such as regulation of cellular metabolism, gene expression, and growth and differentiation to maintain biological homeostasis.
5 1 PHA3007 Pharmacology (III) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course includes the characterization of human diseases and their newly developed therapies, and also a variety of technologies to develop new drugs on the basis of molecular biology and functional genomics. Especially, the functions and interactions among the genes and/or proteins elucidated by the completion of the human genome project will be discussed. Newly conceptual technologies for drug development such as molecular prevention from complex human diseases and gene therapy will be included.
5 1 PHA3020 Lab in Pharmaceutical Principles V (Pharmacognosy-Microbiology) Extended Major 2-0-4
This course will cover the background and practical methods of isolating active compounds from natural resources. Experiments on the isolation, quantification, and identification of active components from medicinal plants will be conducted using physicochemical analysis. Experiments on applicable techniques (plant tissue culture and screening of bioactivity assay) will also be conducted. Furthermore, Laboratory exercises for staining, sterilization, culture, production methods of pathogenic microorganisms, and antibiotics-producing microbes and other useful microbes will be covered in this course.
5 1 PHA3023 Social and Administrative Pharmacy Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the social, behavioral, and administrative sciences in pharmacy which are essential to pharmacists who take on expanded roles in our changing healthcare system. Specifically, the students will learn 1) diverse roles and responsibilities of pharmacists in both society and healthcare system, 2) social and behavioral aspects of pharmacy practice, and 3) effective communication skills for healthcare providers. Also, the comprehensive overviews of public health, healthcare system, health policy, health insurance system, drug safety control, drug abuse, pharmacoeconomic evaluation, pharmacoepidemic study, drug approval system, etc. will be provided in this course.
5 1 PHA2016 DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will provide the student with the ability to optimize efficacy, stability and patient compliance of dosage form. The fundamental background necessary for application of physicochemical principles important to characterization, development, evaluation, and preparation of novel drug delivery systems will be covered.
5 1 PHA3001 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (I) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (I) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the patietns with cardiovascular, pulmonary, rheumatologic, women's disease most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. Through this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals and be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 1 PHA3002 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (II) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (II) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the patients with gastrointestinal, neurologic, psychiatric disease most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. Through this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals and be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 1 PHA3003 Clinical Pharmacy Core Major 3-3-0
This is the course of a pharmacotherapy, in which students will study the interpretation of laboratory and other clinical data and the application of the principles of clinical pharmacology, biopharmaceutics, toxicology, and pathophysiology in order to provide safe, effective, and rational drug therapy in the management of disease states that are frequently encountered in pharmacy practice. Students will develop skills in pharmacy practice and patient education.
5 1 PHA3004 Medicinal Chemistry (I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course will describe the history of small molecules drug, new drug discovery, molecular mechanisms of drugs according to their interacting protein (receptor protein, enzyme), DNA-targeting drug, drug design, drug metabolism, prodrugs.
5 1 PHA3005 Molecular biology Core Major 3-3-0
As the tools to measure drug efficacy, experimental animals and microbes are used. This course will focus on the methodology of utilizing these living organisms and emphasize experimental design and statistical analysis.
5 1 PHA3007 Pharmacology (III) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course includes the characterization of human diseases and their newly developed therapies, and also a variety of technologies to develop new drugs on the basis of molecular biology and functional genomics. Especially, the functions and interactions among the genes and/or proteins elucidated by the completion of the human genome project will be discussed. Newly conceptual technologies for drug development such as molecular prevention from complex human diseases and gene therapy will be included.
5 1 PHA3020 Lab in Pharmaceutical Principles V (Pharmacognosy-Microbiology) Extended Major 2-0-4
This course will cover the background and practical methods of isolating active compounds from natural resources. Experiments on the isolation, quantification, and identification of active components from medicinal plants will be conducted using physicochemical analysis. Experiments on applicable techniques (plant tissue culture and screening of bioactivity assay) will also be conducted. Furthermore, Laboratory exercises for staining, sterilization, culture, production methods of pathogenic microorganisms, and antibiotics-producing microbes and other useful microbes will be covered in this course.
5 1 PHA3023 Social and Administrative Pharmacy Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the social, behavioral, and administrative sciences in pharmacy which are essential to pharmacists who take on expanded roles in our changing healthcare system. Specifically, the students will learn 1) diverse roles and responsibilities of pharmacists in both society and healthcare system, 2) social and behavioral aspects of pharmacy practice, and 3) effective communication skills for healthcare providers. Also, the comprehensive overviews of public health, healthcare system, health policy, health insurance system, drug safety control, drug abuse, pharmacoeconomic evaluation, pharmacoepidemic study, drug approval system, etc. will be provided in this course.
5 1 PHA2016 DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will provide the student with the ability to optimize efficacy, stability and patient compliance of dosage form. The fundamental background necessary for application of physicochemical principles important to characterization, development, evaluation, and preparation of novel drug delivery systems will be covered.
5 1 PHA3001 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (I) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (I) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the patietns with cardiovascular, pulmonary, rheumatologic, women's disease most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. Through this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals and be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 1 PHA3002 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (II) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (II) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the patients with gastrointestinal, neurologic, psychiatric disease most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. Through this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals and be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 1 PHA3004 Medicinal Chemistry (I) Core Major 3-3-0
This course will describe the history of small molecules drug, new drug discovery, molecular mechanisms of drugs according to their interacting protein (receptor protein, enzyme), DNA-targeting drug, drug design, drug metabolism, prodrugs.
5 1 PHA3005 Molecular biology Core Major 3-3-0
As the tools to measure drug efficacy, experimental animals and microbes are used. This course will focus on the methodology of utilizing these living organisms and emphasize experimental design and statistical analysis.
5 1 PHA3007 Pharmacology (III) Extended Major 3-3-0
This course includes the characterization of human diseases and their newly developed therapies, and also a variety of technologies to develop new drugs on the basis of molecular biology and functional genomics. Especially, the functions and interactions among the genes and/or proteins elucidated by the completion of the human genome project will be discussed. Newly conceptual technologies for drug development such as molecular prevention from complex human diseases and gene therapy will be included.
5 1 PHA3020 Lab in Pharmaceutical Principles V (Pharmacognosy-Microbiology) Extended Major 2-0-4
This course will cover the background and practical methods of isolating active compounds from natural resources. Experiments on the isolation, quantification, and identification of active components from medicinal plants will be conducted using physicochemical analysis. Experiments on applicable techniques (plant tissue culture and screening of bioactivity assay) will also be conducted. Furthermore, Laboratory exercises for staining, sterilization, culture, production methods of pathogenic microorganisms, and antibiotics-producing microbes and other useful microbes will be covered in this course.
5 1 PHA3023 Social and Administrative Pharmacy Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the social, behavioral, and administrative sciences in pharmacy which are essential to pharmacists who take on expanded roles in our changing healthcare system. Specifically, the students will learn 1) diverse roles and responsibilities of pharmacists in both society and healthcare system, 2) social and behavioral aspects of pharmacy practice, and 3) effective communication skills for healthcare providers. Also, the comprehensive overviews of public health, healthcare system, health policy, health insurance system, drug safety control, drug abuse, pharmacoeconomic evaluation, pharmacoepidemic study, drug approval system, etc. will be provided in this course.
5 1 PHA3024 Self-Care Pharmacotherapy Core Major 2-2-0
5 1 PHA3025 Drug Information Core Major 2-2-0
5 2 PHA1015 THE PHARMACEUTICAL AFFAIRS LAW AND RELATED REGULATIONS Extended Major 3-3-0
The Pharmaceutical Affairs Law is a law regulating the manufacturing, importation, and sale of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. In this course, the pharmaceutical affairs law and its related regulations will be introduced and studied. These law and regulations include medicine, illegal drugs, medical devices, personal hygiene products and cosmetics.
5 2 PHA3009 Professional Future of Pharmacist Extended Major 2-2-0
Students will discuss the professional and diverse opportunities as a pharmacist in future. For the course, professional pharmacist in each fields will be introduced.
5 2 PHA3010 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (III) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (III) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the patients with endocrinologic, dermatologic, and ophthalmic disorders, and infectious diseases most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge about proper selection of drug and dosage, drug monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common diseases will be provided. Through this course, the students will be able to identify and resolve drug-related problems, and to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 2 PHA3011 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (IV) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (IV) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the disease states most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. With this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals. In addition, they will be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 2 PHA3013 Medicinal Chemistry (II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course will describe the history of small molecules drug, new drug discovery, molecular mechanisms of drugs according to their interacting protein (receptor protein, enzyme), DNA-targeting drug, drug design, drug metabolism, prodrugs.
5 2 PHA3017 Pharmacy management Extended Major 3-3-0
Pharmacy administration programs prepare students to organize pharmacy services. Students will learn to manage budgets, health, people, and supplies. It also covers management theory, health care policy, and reimbursement system.
5 2 PHA3019 Pharmaceutical Care: Case Study Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to allow students opportunities to apply what they’ve learned to patient cases in various medical conditions. The goals of this course are for each student to thoroughly understand the professional practice of pharmaceutical care, to be able to identify patient-specific drug therapy problems, and to propose effective solutions for those problems.
5 2 PHA3021 Lab in Pharmaceutical Principles VI (Pharmacology-Physiology in Pharmacy) Extended Major 2-0-4
This course on pharmacology laboratory offers students a chance for laboratory practice. It will help them practically to understand the therapeutic, pharmacologic and toxicological actions of drugs, with an emphasis on pharmacodynamics, toxicology, drug metabolism, and drug-receptor interactions.
5 2 PHA3022 Introductive Pharmacy Practice Experience Core Major 3-1-4
This introductory pharmacy practice experience course is designed to provide a basic skills and knowledge for the students to begin laying the foundation to reach full competency in various pharmacy practice area. This course will serve as building block to prepare students for basic and advanced practice experiences. Along with the introduction of various pharmacy practice area, a number of experiential activities such as dispensing, compounding, patient education, etc. will be provided in the model pharmacy.
5 2 PHA3009 Professional Future of Pharmacist Extended Major 2-2-0
This lecture will introduce the diverse roles, opportunities and responsibilities as a pharmacist. It will consist of invited lectures of senior pharmacists in clinical and industrial fields, as well as researchers and regulatory officials in pharmaceutical/ pharmacological fields. The lecture will provide an insight into the social roles of pharmacists to the students.
5 2 PHA3010 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (III) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (III) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the patients with endocrinology, skin, and infectious disease most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. Through this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals and be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 2 PHA3011 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (IV) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (IV) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the patients with neoplastic and renal disease conditions most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. Through this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals and be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 2 PHA3013 Medicinal Chemistry (II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course will describe the history of small molecules drug, new drug discovery, molecular mechanisms of drugs according to their interacting protein (receptor protein, enzyme), DNA-targeting drug, drug design, drug metabolism, prodrugs.
5 2 PHA3017 Pharmacy management Extended Major 3-3-0
Students will gain understanding about the management skills needed to operate the pharmacy including marketing, sales, inventory management, personnel management, and be prepared to deal with actual problems in the field.
5 2 PHA3019 Pharmaceutical Care: Case Study Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to allow students opportunities to apply what they’'ve learned to patient cases in various medical conditions. The goals of this course are for each student to thoroughly understand the professional practice of pharmaceutical care, to be able to identify patient-specific drug therapy problems, and to propose effective solutions for those problems.
5 2 PHA3021 Lab in Pharmaceutical Principles VI (Pharmacology-Physiology in Pharmacy) Extended Major 2-0-4
This course on pharmacology laboratory offers students a chance for laboratory practice. It will help them practically to understand the therapeutic, pharmacologic and toxicological actions of drugs, with an emphasis on pharmacodynamics, toxicology, drug metabolism, and drug-receptor interactions.
5 2 PHA3022 Introductive Pharmacy Practice Experience Core Major 3-1-4
This introductory pharmacy practice experience course is designed to provide a basic skills and knowledge for the students to begin laying the foundation to reach full competency in various pharmacy practice area. This course will serve as building block to prepare students for basic and advanced practice experiences. Along with the introduction of various pharmacy practice area, a number of experiential activities such as dispensing, compounding, patient education, etc. will be provided in the model pharmacy.
5 2 PHA5001 Introduction of PBL and its application in Pharmacy Practice Extended Major 3-3-0
5 2 PHA3009 Professional Future of Pharmacist Extended Major 2-2-0
This lecture will introduce the diverse roles, opportunities and responsibilities as a pharmacist. It will consist of invited lectures of senior pharmacists in clinical and industrial fields, as well as researchers and regulatory officials in pharmaceutical/ pharmacological fields. The lecture will provide an insight into the social roles of pharmacists to the students.
5 2 PHA3010 Pharmaco-Therapeutics (III) Core Major 3-3-0
Pharmacotherapy (III) is one part of a 4-part series on pharmacotherapy focusing on clear understanding of the basic pathophysiology, the interpretation of clinical laboratory or other clinical data, pharmacotherapeutic options of the patients with endocrinology, skin, and infectious disease most frequently encountered in the pharmacy practice area. The knowledge which are required in proper selection, dosage and monitoring, and the clinically significant adverse reactions of medication associated with these common disease will be provided. Through this course, the students can be able to identify, resolve and/or prevent drug related problems, and develop pharmacotherapeutic goals and be able to counsel patients receiving medications on their appropriate use.
5 2 PHA3013 Medicinal Chemistry (II) Core Major 3-3-0
This course will describe the history of small molecules drug, new drug discovery, molecular mechanisms of drugs according to their interacting protein (receptor protein, enzyme), DNA-targeting drug, drug design, drug metabolism, prodrugs.
5 2 PHA3019 Pharmaceutical Care: Case Study Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to allow students opportunities to apply what they’'ve learned to patient cases in various medical conditions. The goals of this course are for each student to thoroughly understand the professional practice of pharmaceutical care, to be able to identify patient-specific drug therapy problems, and to propose effective solutions for those problems.
5 2 PHA3021 Lab in Pharmaceutical Principles VI (Pharmacology-Physiology in Pharmacy) Extended Major 2-0-4
This course on pharmacology laboratory offers students a chance for laboratory practice. It will help them practically to understand the therapeutic, pharmacologic and toxicological actions of drugs, with an emphasis on pharmacodynamics, toxicology, drug metabolism, and drug-receptor interactions.
5 2 PHA3022 Introductive Pharmacy Practice Experience Core Major 3-1-4
This introductory pharmacy practice experience course is designed to provide a basic skills and knowledge for the students to begin laying the foundation to reach full competency in various pharmacy practice area. This course will serve as building block to prepare students for basic and advanced practice experiences. Along with the introduction of various pharmacy practice area, a number of experiential activities such as dispensing, compounding, patient education, etc. will be provided in the model pharmacy.
5 2 PHA3026 Individualized Pharmacotherapy Core Major 2-2-0
5 2 PHA3027 Pharmacy Management and Communication Skills Extended Major 3-3-0
5 2 PHA5001 Introduction of PBL and its application in Pharmacy Practice Extended Major 3-3-0
6 1 PHA4011 Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience(Ⅰ) Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified hospital pharmacist. The course will also cover familiarization with hospital and pharmacy policies, general pharmacy operations, drug distribution, IV admixtures, and manufacturing and quality control processes in pharmacy for 200 hours.
6 1 PHA4012 Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience(Ⅱ) Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified hospital pharmacist. The course will also cover familiarization with hospital and pharmacy policies, general pharmacy operations, drug distribution, IV admixtures, and manufacturing and quality control processes in pharmacy for 200 hours.
6 1 PHA4013 Community Pharmacy Practice Experience Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical pharmacy training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified community pharmacist. The course will cover efficient management of community pharmacy operation including prescription dispensing, patient consultation, effective communication skills, pharmacy regulations and professional ethics required for a professional pharmacist in 200 hours training.
6 1 PHA4014 Pharmacy Practice Experience in Pharmaceutical Industry and Public Institution Core Major 3-0-9
The major objective of this course is to provide students with pharmacy practice experience in pharmaceutical industry and public institution. This course includes the practice for 120 hours in pharmaceutical industry with GMP such as preparation of materials, weighing, manufacturing and quality control of pharmaceutical products. Special emphasis will be placed on the principles of pharmaceutical processing, pharmaceutical dosage form design and its applications to conventional dosage form such as powder, tablet, capsule, granule, injectable, ointment and etc. In public institution, pharmacy and health administrative services including drug safety , national health insurance, patent and local government health services will be practiced for 20 hours.
6 1 PHA4011 Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience(Ⅰ) Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified hospital pharmacist. The course will also cover familiarization with hospital and pharmacy policies, general pharmacy operations, drug distribution, IV admixtures, and manufacturing and quality control processes in pharmacy for 200 hours.
6 1 PHA4012 Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience(Ⅱ) Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified hospital pharmacist. The course will also cover familiarization with hospital and pharmacy policies, general pharmacy operations, drug distribution, IV admixtures, and manufacturing and quality control processes in pharmacy for 200 hours.
6 1 PHA4013 Community Pharmacy Practice Experience Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical pharmacy training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified community pharmacist. The course will cover efficient management of community pharmacy operation including prescription dispensing, patient consultation, effective communication skills, pharmacy regulations and professional ethics required for a professional pharmacist in 200 hours training.
6 1 PHA4014 Pharmacy Practice Experience in Pharmaceutical Industry and Public Institution Core Major 3-0-9
The major objective of this course is to provide students with pharmacy practice experience in pharmaceutical industry and public institution. This course includes the practice for 120 hours in pharmaceutical industry with GMP such as preparation of materials, weighing, manufacturing and quality control of pharmaceutical products. Special emphasis will be placed on the principles of pharmaceutical processing, pharmaceutical dosage form design and its applications to conventional dosage form such as powder, tablet, capsule, granule, injectable, ointment and etc. In public institution, pharmacy and health administrative services including drug safety , national health insurance, patent and local government health services will be practiced for 20 hours.
6 1 PHA4011 Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience(Ⅰ) Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified hospital pharmacist. The course will also cover familiarization with hospital and pharmacy policies, general pharmacy operations, drug distribution, IV admixtures, and manufacturing and quality control processes in pharmacy for 200 hours.
6 1 PHA4012 Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience(Ⅱ) Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified hospital pharmacist. The course will also cover familiarization with hospital and pharmacy policies, general pharmacy operations, drug distribution, IV admixtures, and manufacturing and quality control processes in pharmacy for 200 hours.
6 1 PHA4013 Community Pharmacy Practice Experience Core Major 5-0-13
In this course, students will undergo practical pharmacy training under the direction of a professionally competent and legally qualified community pharmacist. The course will cover efficient management of community pharmacy operation including prescription dispensing, patient consultation, effective communication skills, pharmacy regulations and professional ethics required for a professional pharmacist in 200 hours training.
6 1 PHA4014 Pharmacy Practice Experience in Pharmaceutical Industry and Public Institution Core Major 3-0-9
The major objective of this course is to provide students with pharmacy practice experience in pharmaceutical industry and public institution. This course includes the practice for 120 hours in pharmaceutical industry with GMP such as preparation of materials, weighing, manufacturing and quality control of pharmaceutical products. Special emphasis will be placed on the principles of pharmaceutical processing, pharmaceutical dosage form design and its applications to conventional dosage form such as powder, tablet, capsule, granule, injectable, ointment and etc. In public institution, pharmacy and health administrative services including drug safety , national health insurance, patent and local government health services will be practiced for 20 hours.
6 2 PHA4015 Advanced Practice and research (Capstone Design) Extended Major 12-0-38
In this course, students will undergo a practical research training under the direction of professional research scientists for one semester. Students work in teams to design, build and test their research project based on knowledge and interdisciplinary challenges to enhance professional problem-solving abilities.
6 2 PHA4016 Advanced Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience Extended Major 12-0-38
In this course, students will undergo advanced practical training under the direction of a professionally competent, specialized and legally qualified hospital pharmacist for 600 hours. Students will select more than one site of specialized pharmaceutical care practice site such as anticoagulation service, transplant pharmacy service, oncology service, intensive care service (adult or pediatrics), drug information service, clinical pharmacokinetic consultation service, nutritional support team, cardiovascular service, geriatric pharmacy service.
6 2 PHA4017 Advanced Community Pharmacy Practice Experience Extended Major 12-0-38
This course is designed to learn how to apply basic knowledge and education earned through community pharmacy practice experience program into professional practice for more effective patient care and better pharmacy management in 600 hours of advanced practice experience program
6 2 PHA4018 Advanced Practice in Pharmaceutical Industry Extended Major 12-0-38
The major objective of this course is intended to deeply provide students with the participation of manufacturing pharmaceutical products in GMP certified pharmaceutical company for one semester. This course includes in-depth principles of pharmaceutical engineering such as preparation processes, manufacturing, instrumental analysis, validation and regulation. Pharmaceutical dosage form design and its applications to develop dosage forms will be intensively practiced.
6 2 PHA4019 Advanced Practice in Public Institution Extended Major 12-0-38
In this course, students will undergo advanced practice in public institution such as Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, National Health Insurance Service, Health Insurance Review & Assessment Service, Ministry of Health & Welfare(MW), korea Intellectual Property Office and Community Health Center.
6 2 PHA4015 Advanced Practice and research (Capstone Design) Extended Major 12-0-38
In this course, students will undergo a practical research training under the direction of professional research scientists for one semester. Students work in teams to design, build and test their research project based on knowledge and interdisciplinary challenges to enhance professional problem-solving abilities.
6 2 PHA4020 Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Extended Major 12-0-38
6 2 PHA4015 Advanced Practice and research (Capstone Design) Extended Major 12-0-38
In this course, students will undergo a practical research training under the direction of professional research scientists for one semester. Students work in teams to design, build and test their research project based on knowledge and interdisciplinary challenges to enhance professional problem-solving abilities.
6 2 PHA4020 Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Extended Major 12-0-38