Pharmacy Calculations (PHC 409 and PHM 529) is a class taken by incoming pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy majors. The course provides the foundational knowledge that prepares students to take licensing examinations and to be efficient, effective and accurate practicing pharmacists in diverse practice settings. It develops competencies in techniques for identifying, analyzing and solving real-life pharmaceutical and pharmacy problems involving calculations. The material covered provides the prerequisite background for other courses such as Physical Pharmacy and Pharmacokinetics. This course is the same as PHC 311 and PHM 311 and course repeat rules will apply. Students should consult with their major department regarding any restrictions on their degree requirements.