PHAR 6748: Biopharmaceutics

2.6 Credits

Biopharmaceutics is the final course in a four-course sequence that comprises the curriculum in pharmaceutics. Biopharmaceutics integrates core knowledge obtained in the previous three courses (Drug Delivery I & II and Pharmacokinetics), and also relies on general knowledge in anatomy, physiology, mathematics, general chemistry, and pharmacology. prereq: Courses and/or content: Calculus, thermodynamics, viscosity, sedimentation, diffusion, chemical kinetics, novice to developing level understanding of dosage forms, developing understanding of pharmacokinetics/ pharmacodynamics, physiology, general chemistry, physics, biochemistry, enzyme kinetics, and metabolic pathways. It is strongly recommended that students review course materials in Drug Delivery I concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in II and Pharmacokinetics as well as anatomy, physiology, calculus, and physics with consideration of the application of the concepts to the delivery of drugs to patients.

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