The University of Wyoming is offering elective PharmD coursework for Pharmacy Students, including: Pharmaceutical Homicide, Regulating Dangerous Drug Use, and Medication Malpractice.
Basic Course Information
|All courses are taught online in an asynchronous (no regular class meetings) format, using the WyoCourses learning management system.|
|Courses are offered over a ten-week period in the fall and spring semesters, and also in a very condensed 4-week period during J-Term (late December to late January) each year.|
|All courses are 2 credit courses based on the semester system.|
PHARMACEUTICAL HOMICIDE (PHCY5240)
An introduction to the emerging field of Forensic Pharmacy, this course reviews the principles of homicide investigation, with a focus on potential poisoning…
REGULATING DANGEROUS DRUG USE (PHCY5210)
An overview of the specialty field known as Pharmacy Regulatory Compliance Officer. The roles of government agencies such as the FDA, the DEA, CMS, and state licensing…
MEDICATION MALPRACTICE (PHCY5670)
A course for those who are considering a career in the field of Risk Management. Exposure to legal liability is an ever present reality of medication use.
Note: The University of Wyoming continues its efforts to comply with state authorization regulations. The Higher Education Act and current state authorization regulations impact the admission of out-of-state students in the University’s distance education programs. At this time, the University of Wyoming will not be admitting distance education students from the following state: Massachusetts.