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The College of Idaho Cooperative Program in Pharmacy is a dual degree program in collaboration with Idaho State University.

This program will challenge you to:

  • Gain a liberal arts foundation for excelling in pharmacy and other medical fields.
  • Complete 93 credits, including PEAK minors in Social Sciences/History and Humanities/Fine Arts.
  • Pursue a complementary major or course of study along with the program prerequisites
Humanities & Fine Arts Social Sciences & History Natural Sciences & Mathematics Professional Studies & Enhancements
Idaho State University Dual Degree Doctoral Program in Pharmacy (BS/PHARM.D.) Cooperative Program

Peaks this program fulfills

  • Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Courses and Requirements

View this degree in the course catalog

Prerequisite Requirements


Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
BIO-201Molecules to Cells3 credits
BIO-201LMolecules to Cells Lab1 credits
BIO-210LMolecules to Cells Research-Based Lab1 credits
BIO-202Organismal Biology3 credits
BIO-202LOrganismal Biology1 credits
BIO-224Human Anatomy and Physiology I3 credits
BIO-224LHuman Anatomy and Physiology I Lab1 credits
BIO-225Human Anatomy and Physiology II3 credits
BIO-225LHuman Anatomy and Physiology II Lab1 credits
BIO-330Cell Biology3 credits
BIO-330LCell Biology Lab1 credits
BIO-360Microbiology3 credits
BIO-360LMicrobiology Lab1 credits
CHE-141General Chemistry I3 credits
CHE-142General Chemistry II3 credits
CHE-301Organic Chemistry I3 credits
CHE-301LOrganic Chemistry I Lab1 credits
CHE-302Organic Chemistry II3 credits
CHE-302LOrganic Chemistry II Lab1 credits
CHE-412Biochemistry3 credits
MAT-150Applied Calculus: a Modeling Approach4 credits
MAT-125Data Analysis and Statistics3 credits
MAT-212Multiple Regression Analysis3 credits
POE-263Introduction to Political Economy3 credits
PHY-231General Physics I3 credits
PHY-231LGeneral Physics I Lab1 credits
PHY-271Analytical Physics I3 credits
PHY-271LAnalytical Physics I Lab1 credits

PHY-231, PHY-271: Laboratory optional

Note: 16 cedits of upper-divsion coursework from above list must be taken at The College of Idaho