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    Central Washington University

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

    Central Washington University: 2018-2019

    Math and Science 
    Online Science Courses Are Not Accepted for Prerequisites
    Required Courses Central Washington  Course Number
    Calculus MATH (172, 173)
    Physics with Lab PHYS (111) or (181) Labs Included
    General Chemistry with Lab  CHEM (Lec 181, 182, 183; Lab 181L, 182L, 183L) 
    Organic Chemistry with Lab   CHEM (Lec 361, 362, 363; Lab 361L, 363L) Additional Lab Not Required
    General Biology with Lab BIOL (181, 182, 183) Labs Included
    Physiology with Lab BIOL (355, 356) Labs Included
    Microbiology BIOL (322) or (323) or (426) Lab Not Required
    Liberal Arts
    42 Quarter Units of Liberal Arts Credit Required
    English Composition
    (8 Quarter Units)
    ENG (101) (102) (105) (301) (310) Two Courses Required
    Public Speaking COM (345) or (450) Online Courses Not Accepted for This Requirement
    Economics ECON (101) or (202)
    Students With a Bachelor's Degree Can Substitute: ECON (201)
    Psychology PSY (101) or (449)
    General Education Categories

    Students who have not completed a U.S. Bachelor's degree must complete one course in each of these categories:

    **Please refer to the current course catalog for additional information**   

    World Perspectives and Ethics (Minimum 4 Quarter Units) Cultural Anthropology, Survey of World Art After 1400, Survey of World Art to 1400, Design Thinking, 20th Century Art and Film, Chinese Art History, Japanese Art History, Masterpieces of World Literature, Romances of Magic in the West, Western Civilization I, Western Civilization II, East Asian Civilization I, East Asian Civilization II, Biomedical Ethics, The Meaning of Life
    IIC Visual and Performing Arts-minimum four quarter units Drawing, Principles of 2-D Design and Color, Music of the World's People, Digital Photography, Painting 1, Introduction to the Theatre, Graphic Design I, Asian Cinemas, Visual Arts in Education, Aesthetics of Film, Playwriting, Major Filmmakers, Film, Literature, and the Arts, Music Appreciation