REPORT: COMMITTEE ON CURRICULA AND COURSES
(For consideration by the Faculty Senate at its April 7, 1999)

The Committee requests that any department which has a proposal
being recommended by the Committee on Curricula and Courses
provide a spokesperson to attend the Faculty Senate meeting in which
said proposal is to be recommended. Please contact William Jacoby in
advance if errors are noted.

   Telephone: 777-6902 or E-mail: william-jacoby@sc.edu Dept. of Govt.and Int’l Studies

 

I. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

Department of Military Science

Minor in Military Science

II. COLLEGE OF NURSING

New course

NURS 327 PERIOPERATIVE NURSING. (Prereq: NURS 322,323) (3)

Perioperative care of clients with common, recurring

nursing problems requiring surgical intervention. Perioperative

practicum required.

 

III. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Deletions

PHRM 651 CURRENT UPDATES IN PHARMACY. (2)

PHRM 671 CASE STUDIES. (3)

 

Change in description

FROM: PHRM 446 PHARMACEUTICAL LAW. (Prereq: second

semester standing) State and federal laws and regu-

lations governing pharmaceutical distribution and

the practice of pharmacy. Two lectures per week.

TO: PHRM 446 PHARMACEUTICAL LAW. (2) (Prereq: sixth s

semester standing) State and federal laws and

regulations governing pharmaceutical distribution

and the practice of pharmacy. Two lectures per week.

 

FROM: PHRM 670 CLINICAL ASSESSMENT. (4) (Prereq: sixth

semester standing) Development of clinical

assessment skills required for drug therapy

monitoring and patient focused care. Three lectures

or three laboratories per week.

TO: PHRM 670 CLINICAL ASSESSMENT. (4) (Prereq: fifth

semester standing) Development of clinical

assessment skills required for drug therapy monitoring

and patient focused care. Three lectures or three laboratories

per week.

Change in credit hours and description

FROM: PHRM 668 CLINICAL PHARMACOKINETICS. (3) (fourth

professional year standing) Application of pharmo-

kinetic parameters for drug absorption, distribution,

biotransformation, and elimination to dosage regimen

and therapeutic management of specific patients.

Three lecture hours and one recitation per week.

 

TO: PHRM 668 CLINICAL PHARMACOKINETICS. (4) (sixth

semester standing) Application of pharmacokinetic

parameters for drug absorption, distribution,

biotransformation, and elimination to dosage regimen

and therapeutic management of specific patients.

Three lecture hours and one recitation per week.

 

 

Change in credit hours and description

FROM: PHRM 576 PHARMACOTHERAPY I. (3) (Prereq: fifth

semester standing) The development of applied

knowledge in the pharmacologic management of

human dissease. Three lectures per week.

 

TO: PHRM 576 PHARMACOTHERAPY I. (4) (Prereq: fifth

semester standing) The development of applied

knowledge in the pharmacologic management of

human disease. Four lectures per week.

FROM: PHRM 578 PHARMACOTHERAPY II. (3) (Prereq: fifth

semester standing) Continuation of PHRM 576.

Three lectures per week.

TO: PHRM 578 PHARMACOTHERAPY II. (4) (Prereq: fifth

semester standing) Continuation of PHRM 576.

 

Doctor of Pharmacy Curriculum, University Bulletin, page UG 198

IV. SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Department of Exercise Science

Change in prerequisites

FROM: EXSC 223 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I. (4)

(Prereq: BIOL101/101L)

TO: EXSC 223 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I. (4)

(Prereq: ENGL 101,102; BIOL 102L; CHEM 111;

MATH 141)

 

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