Page Image Page Content The intent of offering elective courses is to provide students with an opportunity to engage in learning experiences beyond those included in the required curriculum. Consistent with ACPE standards for professional programs leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree, multiple opportunities are provided throughout the curriculum for students to take elective courses that develop areas of personal interest, to expand understanding of professional opportunities, and to achieve the outcomes of the curriculum.
Academic Requirements Admission Requirements for the PharmD Program new program starting The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition launched a Doctor of Pharmacy PharmD program in fall to replace the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy as the first professional degree required to practice as a licensed pharmacist.
The new degree program has been passed by the Board of Governors, University Council and confirmed by University Senate. Prerequisite Coursework Candidates for admission must have completed 60 credit units or equivalent by April 30 of the year admission is desired.
The coursework must include 24 credit units taken in at least one academic year September to April. Prerequisite courses completed more than 10 years ago are not normally considered for credit as part of the admission application and will need to be repeated. As each situation is unique, students can request a review of prerequisite courses they have completed more than 10 years ago by contacting the College directly.
Currently, up to 90 candidates are admitted; up to 14 may be non-residents of Saskatchewan including both out-of-province and international students. A maximum of four Saskatchewan resident spaces are reserved for Saskatchewan Aboriginal students who self-declare and provide proof of their Aboriginal ancestry.
One Saskatchewan student may be admitted under special circumstances or for compassionate reasons. Applicants applying for admission under special circumstances or compassionate reasons must provide appropriate documentation by February 15 for review and these applicants are considered on a case-by-case basis.
This position may not be filled every year. Nutrition Admission Requirements To be considered for admission to the B.Assessment of Critical Thinking in Pharmacy Students Robert M. Cisneros, PhD Campbell University School of Pharmacy Submitted May 22, ; accepted August 8, ; published July 10, Objective.
To determine whether changes occur over 1 academic year in pharmacy students’ critical thinking skills and disposition to think critically.
Methods. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 35 (1), pp. Abstract In this study conducted with 80 first-year students in a graduate medical course at the Australian National University, Canberra, students’ critical thinking skills were assessed using the Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (Forms A and B) in a test-retest design.
Teaching Methods Of Critical Thinking In Nursing Students International Journal of Business and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 24 [Special Issue – December ] ). Assessment of student learning can be defined as the systematic collection of information about student learning, using the time, knowledge, enterprise, and resources available, in order to inform decisions about how to improve learning.
Facione, PA, “Critical Thinking: What It is and Why it Counts ” update Page 4 Now, consider the example of the team of people trying to solve a problem. Assessment of Pharmacy Students’ Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving Abilities1 Barbara Adamcik, Steve Hurley and John Erramouspe College of Pharmacy, Idaho State University, Campus Box Pocatello ID