Doctor of Pharmacy, DPH

1. Students entering the professional division/program who have completed an undergraduate degree and all program pre-requisite courses, should complete all P1 and P2 courses at the 5000/6000 level as indicated in the plan of study.



Plan of Study Grid
Fifth TermHours
MBC 5310 Medicinal Chemistry I: Drug Action And Design 2
MBC 5550 Physiological Chemistry I: Structure And Function Of Biological Macromolecules 3
PHCL 5700 Pharmacology I: Principles of Pharmacology, Autonomic Pharmacology and Related Pharmacology 3
PHPR 5020 Pharmaceutics and Dosage Form Design 5
PHPR 5450 Pharmacy Skills Development-1 2
PHPR 5320 Commonly Prescribed Meds and Med Term 1 1
PHPR 5050 Interprofessional Approach to Patient Care 1
PHPR 5920 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience I 1
Sixth Term
MBC 5552 Physiological Chemistry II Cellular Metabolism and Homeostasis 2
MBC 5860 Microbiology for Pharmaceutical Professionals 2
PHPR 5250 Introduction to Self Care 1
PHPR 5310 Introduction to Pharmacy Law 1
PHPR 5460 Pharmacy Skills Development-2 2
PHCL 6160 Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics 3
PHPR 5930 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience 2 1
PHM 5000 Integrated Pharmaceutical and Clinical Sciences 1 6
Seventh Term
PHPR 6200 Patient Centered Care 2
PHPR 6350 Pharmacy Skills Development - 3 2
PHPR 6540 Evidence Based Medicine 1 3
PHPR 6390 Commonly Prescribed Meds and Med Term II 1
PHPR 6930 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience 3 1
PHM 6500 Integrated Pharmaceutical and Clinical Sciences 2 8
Eighth Term
PHPR 6330 Health Systems 1.5
PHPR 6360 Pharmacy Skills Development - 4 2
PHPR 6560 Evidence Based Medicine 2 2
PHPR 6970 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience 4 1
PHM 6600 Integrated Pharmaceutical and Clinical Sciences 3 8
Ninth Term
Institutional IPPEs
Tenth Term
PHPR 6000 Drug Information Seminar (Fall or Spring) 2 2
PHPR 6220 Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research 1
PHPR 6460 Pharmacy Skills Development - 5 2
PHPR 6920 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience 5 1
PHM 6000 Integrated Pharmaceutical and Clinical Sciences 4 7
Professional Elective 1 4
Eleventh Term
PHPR 6000 Drug Information Seminar (Fall or Spring) -
PHPR 6250 Advanced Self Care 3
PHPR 6270 Business Aspects of Pharmacy 2
PHPR 6310 Jurisprudence and Ethics 1
PHPR 6470 Pharmacy Skills Development - 6 2
PHM 6200 Integrated Pharmaceutical and Clinical Sciences 5 5
Professional Elective 1 3
Twelfth Term
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
Thirteenth Term
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
PHPR 8940 Clinical Clerkship 4
 Total Hours136.5

 A total of 7 credit hours of Graduate Professional Electives is required.


 This course may be taken in Fall or Spring, making the program a total of 69 hours.


In order to graduate with a Pharm.D. degree, students must meet the current academic performance standards. Only students who successfully complete the Pharm.D. degree will qualify for licensure in the practice of pharmacy. A total of 136.5 semester hours is required for graduation with the Pharm.D. degree.  The Pharm. D. program is accredited by ACPE and will be revisited for reaccreditation in Fall of 2019.

Pharm.D. Graduate Professional Electives

The following is a list of recommended graduate professional electives. A total of 7 credit hours of graduate professional electives is required. Other electives may be chosen with the written approval of the CPPS Curriculum Committee. A graduate course which significantly overlaps in content with a course used to fulfill the undergraduate professional elective requirement will not count towards fulfilling the graduate professional elective requirement. Credit for courses taken outside The University of Toledo can be counted towards professional elective credit requirements if a grade of C or better is earned, but grades will not be factored into CPPS or University of Toledo GPA calculations.

MBC 5100/7100Ethical Conduct Research1
MBC 5380Medicinal And Poisonous Plants3
MBC 5620/7620Biochemical Techniques2
MBC 6100/8100Advanced Immunology2
MBC 6190/8190Advanced Medicinal Chemistry4
MBC 6200/8200Biomedicinal Chemistry4
MBC 6400Cannabis Science: Plants and Products3
MBC 6980Special Topics In Biomedicinal Chemistry1-5
PHCL 5730Toxicology I3
PHCL 5750Toxicology II3
PHCL 5990Problems In Pharmacology1-6
PHCL 6400Cannabis Science – Risks & Benefits3
PHCL 6600Seminar In Pharmacology1
PHPR 5000Residency and Postgraduate Training Preparation1
PHPR 5010Advanced Evidence Based Medicine2
PHPR 5590Readings in Access and Cultural Competence2
PHPR 5710Selected Topics In Pharmaceutical Technology2-3
PHPR 5720Pharmaceutical Rate Processes3
PHPR 5910Drug-Induced Diseases1
PHPR 5990Problems In Pharmacy Practice1-6
PHPR 6010Leadership and the Military Healthcare Professional2
PHPR 6400Topics in Internal Medicine2
PHPR 6410Leadership: Principles and Practice2
PHPR 6530Research Methods In Pharmacy Practice2
PHPR 6600Seminar In Administrative Pharmacy1
PHPR 6670Chemical Dependency And The Pharmacist3
PHPR 6700Special Topics in Diabetes Care2
PHPR 6950Seminar In Industrial Pharmacy1
PHPR 6980Special Topics1-5
PHM 6400Physical and Mental Effects of Psychoactive Substances2
Additional Recommendations
BUAD 6300Strategic Marketing And Analysis3
BUAD 6600Supply Chain Management3
BUAD 6900Strategic Management Capstone3
CHEM 6510Protein Chemistry4
COUN 6240Diagnosis And Mental Health4
COUN 6470/8470Drugs And Mental Health Counseling4
COUN 8460Substance Abuse Counseling4
EDP 5230Adult Development3
PUBH 6080Social Determinants of Health3
PUBH 6330Public Health and Aging3
PUBH 6430Community Mental Health3
PUBH 6520Public Health Nutrition3
SOC 5160Health And Gender3
  • PLO 1.1 Learner - Seek, analyze, integrate, and apply foundational knowledge of medications and pharmacy practice (biomedical; pharmaceutical; social, behavioral, administrative; and clinical sciences; drug classes; and digital health).
  • PLO 2.1 Problem-solver - Use problem solving and critical thinking skills, along with an innovative mindset, to address challenges and to promote positive change.
  • PLO 2.2 Communicator - Actively engage, listen, and communicate verbally, nonverbally, and in writing when interacting with or educating an individual, group, or organization.
  • PLO 2.3 Ally - Mitigate health disparities by considering, recognizing, and navigating cultural and structural factors (e.g., social determinants of health, diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility) to improve access and health outcomes.
  • PLO 2.4 Provider - Provide whole person care to individuals as the medication specialist using the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process.
  • PLO 2.5 Advocate - Promote the best interests of patients and/or the pharmacy profession within healthcare settings and at the community, state, or national level.
  • PLO 2.6 Steward - Optimize patient healthcare outcomes using human, financial, technological, and physical resources to improve the safety, efficacy, and environmental impact of medication use systems.
  • PLO 2.7 Collaborator - Actively engage and contribute as a healthcare team member by demonstrating core interprofessional competencies.
  • PLO 2.8 Promoter - Assess factors that influence the health and wellness of a population and develop strategies to address those factors.
  • PLO 2.9 Leader - Demonstrate the ability to influence and support the achievement of shared goals on a team, regardless of one’s role.
  • PLO 3.1 Self-aware - Examine, reflect on, and address personal and professional attributes (e.g., knowledge, metacognition, skills, abilities, beliefs, biases, motivation, help-seeking strategies, and emotional intelligence that could enhance or limit growth, development, professional identity.
  • PLO 3.2 Professional - Exhibit attitudes and behaviors that embody a commitment to building and maintaining trust with patients, colleagues, other health care professionals, and society.