UW-Platteville: Pharm-Tox Pre-Requisite Course Requirements

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Subject Area Prerequisite Requirement Transfer
Equivalencies
Notes
Biology
2 courses • Biology 1650-1750, or
• [old] Biology 1450 and either 2040 (preferable) or 3330 (preferable) or 1350
A one-semester general biology survey course, and anatomy, physiology, and microbiology do not count toward this requirement.
Chemistry 2 courses Chemistry 1140-1240 and 3540-3510 and 3630-3610
Math 1 course Math 2640 See Important Information about Calculus
Physics 2 courses • Physics 1140-1110  or
• Physics 2530-2510
Communication 1 course Any one of the following 7 options:
(1) ** English 1230, or
(2) English 3240, or UW System English placement test score(s):
(3) an ENGL score of at least 605, or
(4) an ECS score of at least 706, or
(5) a UWEPT score of at least 660 and a UWRCT score of at least 730, orAP score:
(6) at least 4 on the AP English: Language & Composition exam, or
(7) at least 4 on the AP English: Literature & Composition exam
Social Studies 3 credits of electives
Additional Course Work Sufficient to result in a total of at least 60 transfer credits by the time of enrollment in the School of Pharmacy.

Last updated: 4/21/15

Note: Pre-BS-Pharmacology-Toxicology students may wish to include in their preparatory course work, if there is time/space, some of the non-major curriculum graduation requirements: the UW-Madison Communication “B” requirement, 6 credits of humanities electives, Physics II, and 3 credits of ethnic studies. An ethnic studies course will count also as social studies or humanities, if the course qualifies as such. Non-major curriculum graduation requirements that are not completed prior to enrollment in the School of Pharmacy must be completed prior to graduation. Please contact the School of Pharmacy Admissions office for Communication “B” specifics and guidelines.

Note:  Credit by exam will be granted only in accordance with UW-Madison policies. If students have been granted credit by another college or university for College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exams, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams, or International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, it is imperative that they be aware of the UW -Madison credit policies. This applies also to retroactive foreign language credits. Students should not assume that these types of credits that may have been granted by another college or university will be accepted by UW-Madison.