Pharmacy Conjoint (RXRX)

Courses

RXRX 501. School of Pharmacy Forum. 0 Units.

Offered each quarter throughout the four-year program. Weekly meetings to provide opportunity for presentations and discussions on current topics affecting pharmacy, health care, and students' career paths. Serves as a forum for students to network and be informed of activities and developments within the School of Pharmacy and Loma Linda University. Exposes students to leaders within the profession, reputable practitioners from various settings, top researchers, and other renowned individuals who discuss important issues, career opportunities, latest research results, and the practice of pharmacy.

RXRX 506. Introduction to Pharmacy Leadership. 1 Unit.

Offers academic credit for activities related to leadership development associated with the California Pharmacy Student Leadership Program. Strengthens leadership behavior. Students invited to take part in this program must register for this course and complete it as a condition of their participation. May be repeated once for a maximum of 2 units.
Prerequisite: Permission of the Office of Student Affairs; PY-1 Spring Quarter professional year standing.

RXRX 507. Professional Development. 1 Unit.

A nine-sequence course that occurs each quarter during the PY1 through PY3 years. Emphasizes professional knowledge, skills, abilities, behaviors, and attitudes required to produce a competent, practice-ready professional; and to develop a successful career in pharmacy.

RXRX 601. School of Pharmacy Forum. 0 Units.

Weekly meetings provide opportunity for presentations and discussions on topics currently affecting pharmacy, health care, and students' career paths. Serves as a forum for students to network and be informed of activities and developments within the School of Pharmacy and Loma Linda University. Exposes students to leaders within the profession, reputable practitioners from various settings, top researchers, and other renowned individuals who will discuss important issues, career opportunities, latest research results, and the practice of pharmacy. Offered each quarter throughout the four-year program.
Prerequisite: P2; AQ standing.

RXRX 604. Professional Development. 1 Unit.

A nine-sequence course that occurs each quarter during the PY1 through PY3 years. Emphasizes professional knowledge, skills, abilities, behaviors, and attitudes required to produce a competent, practice-ready professional; and to develop a successful career in pharmacy.

RXRX 701. School of Pharmacy Forum. 0 Units.

Required weekly meetings provide opportunity for presentations and discussions on current topics affecting pharmacy, health care, and students' career paths. Serves as a forum for students to network and be informed of activities and developments within the School of Pharmacy and Loma Linda University. Exposes students to leaders within the profession, reputable practitioners from various settings, top researchers, and other renowned individuals who will discuss important issues, career opportunities, latest research results, and the practice of pharmacy. Repeated through the third professional year. Offered each quarter throughout the four-year program.

RXRX 704. Professional Development. 1 Unit.

A nine-sequence course that occurs each quarter during the PY1 through PY3 years. Emphasizes professional knowledge, skills, abilities, behaviors, and attitudes required to produce a competent, practice-ready professional; and to develop a successful career in pharmacy.

RXRX 798. Independent Study with Faculty. 1-4 Units.

Individual student research or project directly mentored by a faculty member. Must include a half-page description of the research or project and associated budget (if any), and must specify the means of assessment of the student's achievement of the research or project requirements. Requires approval of the respective department chair and the student's faculty advisor. May be repeated to a total of 4 units toward the 9-unit elective requirement.
Prerequisite: P2 standing and approval of the project by the respective department chair and the student/'s faculty advisor.