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    University of North Carolina Charlotte

    Course Equivalents (Articulation Agreement) to the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences PharmD Program

    University of North Carolina Charlotte: 2018-2019

    Math and Science
    Online Science courses are NOT accepted for Prerequisites
    Required Courses Charlotte Course Number
    Calculus MATH (1120) or (1121) or (1241)
    Physics with Lab PHYS (1101, 1101L) or (2101, 2101L)
    General Chemistry with Lab CHEM (1251, 1251L, 1252, 1252L)
    Organic Chemistry with Lab  CHEM (2131, 2131L, 2132, 2132L)
    General Biology with Lab BIOL (2120, 2130, 2140L) or (2120, 2130, 2130L)
    Physiology with Lab BIOL (3273, 3273L)
    Microbiology BIOL (4250) Lab not required
    Liberal Arts
    28 semester units of Liberal Arts credit required                          
    English Composition (6 Semester Units)

    ENGL (2051) (2053) (2091) (2093) (2100) (2116) (3051) (3053) (3100) (4051) (4204) Two courses required

    Public Speaking                                 COMM (1101) or (2102) Online courses are NOT accepted for this requirement
    Economics                                            ECON (1101) or (2101)
    Students with a U.S. Bachelors Degree may substitute: ECON (2102)
    Psychology PSYC (1101) or (3151)
    General Education Categories
    Students who have not completed a U.S. Bachelor's Degree must complete these categories:
    IC Global Studies (one course) Cultural Anthropology, Eastern Politics, Intercultural Communication, European History, Eastern Religion, Classical Mythology Seminars in Scholarly and Creative Inquiry (must focus on cultures outside the U.S.)
    IIB Worldviews and Ethics (one course) History of Western Civilization, Intro to Phil, Political Phil, Western Religion, Biomedical Ethics, Humanistic Approaches
    IIC Visual and Performing Arts (one course) Intro to Art, Intro to Theater, Music Appreciation, Film History, Photography, History of Theater, Applied Art, Fine Arts Approaches