Bachelor of Science in
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Upon graduation from the BSPS program, students are expected to achieve eight specific concepts in conjunction with eight specific outcomes. These include:
- Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Outcome: Utilize solid background in basic and pharmaceutical science to apply critical thinking and problem solving to assist in the development manufacture and evaluation of drugs.
- Interpersonal / Collaboration Skills
Outcome: Function effectively in groups to accomplish objectives.
Outcome: Demonstrate the body of knowledge that encompasses pharmaceutical sciences.
- Self-Directed Learning
Outcome: Demonstrate responsibility for own learning and professional competence.
- Professionalism and Ethics
Outcome: Demonstrate professional behavior throughout the pharmaceutical sciences curriculum.
Outcome: Demonstrate leadership in professional and community activities and organizations.
Outcome: Communicate effectively to diverse audiences.
- Professional Involvement
Outcome: Present scientific findings at local, regional and national levels.