Auburn University
Doctor of Pharmacy Program
Auburn University
 

Pre-Pharmacy Requirements Equivalents


Alabama Two-Year Colleges

 

If you are a State of Alabama two-year college student, the following list delineates equivalent Auburn University courses. The Doctor of Pharmacy program is a professional program and therefore excluded from the Alabama Articulation and General Studies STARS System. It is the applicant's responsibility to contact his/her advisor and discuss that all course prerequisites will be met. If students or advisors have questions regarding the course requirements and equivalents, they should direct all questions to:
 

Laurie Kenney Gann, Coordinator of Student Affairs
2316 Walker Building, Auburn, AL 36849
Telephone: (334) 844-8348
Fax: (334) 844-8353
Email: kenneyl@auburn.edu

 
Course RequirementsCourse OptionsSemester
Hours
English (6)ENG 101,102 - English Composition I & II3, 3
 
Literature (6) One of the following sequences:
ENG 251, 252 - American Literature I, II or
ENG 261, 262 - English Literature I, II or
ENG 271, 272 - World Literature I, II
3, 3
 
History (6) One of the following sequences:
HIS 101, 102 - Western Civilization I, II or
HIS 121, 122 - World History I, II or
HIS 201,202 - United States History I, II
3, 3
 
Fine Arts (3) One of the following:
ART 100 - Art Appreciation
ART 203 - Art History I
ART 204 - Art History II
MUS 101 - Music Appreciation
THR 120 - Theater Appreciation
THR 126 - Introduction to Theater
3
 
Philosophy (3)PHL 206 - Ethics and Society3
 
Social Science (6) Take one course from each group:
Group I
ANT 200 - Introduction to Anthropology
GEO 100 - World Regional Geography
SOC 200 - Introduction to Sociology
PSY 200 - General Psychology
Group II
ECO 232 - Principles of Microeconomics
POL 200 - Introduction to Political Science
POL 211 - American National Government
3, 3
 
Statistics (3)MATH 265 - Elementary Statistics3
 
Math (4)MATH 125 - Calculus I4
 
Chemistry (16)CHM 111, 112 - College Chemistry I, II4, 4
 CHM 221, 222 - Organic Chemistry I, II4, 4
 
Biology (12)BIO 103 - Principles of Biology I 4
 BIO 201 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
 BIO 202 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4
 
Physics (4)PHY 201 - General Physics I 4
    

Genomic Biology 3020, Microbiology 3200, Biochemistry 3200, Immunology 3500, and Mammalian Physiology 5600
are third year level courses that will need to be taken at a four-year institution.


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Revised August 20, 2014