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Phcy 100: Introduction to Pharmacy

School of Pharmacy

The profession of pharmacy is strictly regulated and sets very specific and high expectations for professional and ethical behavior. Phcy 100 provides first-year Early Entry students an introduction to important academic, professional, and personal skills necessary to succeed in pharmacy school and the practice of pharmacy. This course will include participatory exposure to problem-based active learning and team-based learning and an overview of the pharmacy profession, opportunities for involvement with the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, and an introduction to personal and professional development skills.

1 Credit


  • Prerequisite EE1 standing

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for Phcy 100
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