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1 School of Pharmacy-Boston Operations Manual School of Pharmacy-Boston White Building

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Mission Statements II. III. IV. Organizational Chart Program Descriptions Major Strategic Initiatives V. Standing Committees and Committee Descriptions VI. VII. Academic Policies and Procedures Administrative Policies and Procedures

3 I. Mission Statements School of Pharmacy-Boston (revised fall 2014) The School of Pharmacy Boston (SOP-B) is committed to: The development and delivery of quality programs that prepare a culturally diverse student body to become qualified practitioners of patient-centered care, services and research in the pharmaceutical professions; Maintaining a multidisciplinary environment conducive to excellence in teaching, scholarship and professional advancement. Department of Pharmacy Practice (revised fall 2014) The Department of Pharmacy Practice is committed to preparing students to become qualified pharmacy practitioners in the provision of patient care as members of an interprofessional health care team. The department promotes excellence in teaching, research and scholarship, and professional services through collaborative initiatives. The department guides students in professionalism and career development as well as fosters extended learning opportunities through post-graduate training and education. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (revised fall 2014) The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences is committed to the provision of quality undergraduate and graduate education in the pharmaceutical sciences by maintaining a multidisciplinary environment that promotes and supports excellence in teaching, scholarship and professional development. Department of Pharmaceutical Business and Administrative Sciences (created fall 2015) The Department of Pharmaceutical Business and Administrative Sciences is committed to advance knowledge to educate students at the intersection of pharmaceuticals, health care and management. Office of Experiential Education (revised fall 2014) The Office of Experiential Education is committed to providing students with a wide range of introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences which enable students to apply their classroom and laboratory based learning in patient-centered care settings and preparing students to function as competent pharmacists on an inter-professional healthcare team. Division of Graduate Studies (revised fall 2015) The Division of Graduate Studies is dedicated to the education of advanced students in the pharmaceutical and health sciences. Each program is designed to deepen student understanding in specialized fields of knowledge and to prepare graduate students for leadership roles in higher education, industry, government, and health care.

4 II. Organizational Chart

5 III. Program Descriptions School of Pharmacy-Boston Programs Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD): Traditional Pathway Students follow a six-year curriculum that combines didactic general, specialized, and applied science courses with required experiential rotations. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in preparation and dispensing of drug products and medications, provision of drug information, selection and monitoring of drug therapy as well as patient assessment and counseling. Graduates are prepared to take the pharmacy licensure exam and practice as a pharmacist in various healthcare settings as part of an interprofessional team. Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD): Post Baccalaureate Non-traditional Pathway Students that are practicing licensed pharmacists with a BS in Pharmacy degree follow a twoyear curriculum on a part-time basis. Courses are offered in a Web-based format with online lectures and group discussions as well as a project module requiring a clinical rotation. On-site meeting time is limited to once per semester. Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biomedical Informatics Students follow a four-year curriculum consisting of science and technology courses. The curriculum is designed to impart the knowledge and skills required to apply information technology and raw biomedical information to improve clinical science and care. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in software development, quality control, quality assurance and information systems management. Bachelor of Science (BS) in Pharmaceutical and Health Care Business Students follow a four-year curriculum consisting of courses in the biological sciences and business. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills to enable graduates to pursue careers in the business operations of the biopharmaceutical and healthcare industries. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in the biopharmaceutical and healthcare industries in areas such as sales, marketing, finance, drug regulatory affairs, contract administration, reimbursement, operations and managed care. Bachelor of Science (BS) in Pharmacology and Toxicology Students follow a four-year curriculum consisting of didactic and laboratory courses in biological and toxicological sciences. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills required to apply the concepts of integrative pharmacology and toxicology in a laboratory setting. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in pharmaceutical and biotechnology research and development sectors. Bachelor of Science (BS) in Pharmaceutical Sciences Students follow a four-year curriculum consisting of didactic and laboratory courses in the physical and biological sciences as well as industrial pharmacy, pharmaceutics and biotechnology. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device development, formulation, and manufacturing, and the regulatory oversight of the drug and medical device industry. Graduates are prepared for entry- 1

6 level positions in biomedical companies, research laboratories, compounding pharmacies and governmental regulatory agencies. School of Pharmacy-Boston Division of Graduate Studies Master of Clinical Research (MCR) Students that are recent healthcare science graduates or working professionals follow a two-year part-time evening non-thesis curriculum consisting of courses in bioethics and regulations, product development, biostatistics, research methodology, protocol design, clinical trial management, and pharmacovigilance. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in the field of ethical clinical trial design and execution. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in the hospital-based/clinical care settings or the bio/pharmaceutical/medical device industry. Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MPS) Students in the last year of the Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS) program who meet the acceptance criteria may transition into this accelerated one-year non-thesis graduate program. The curriculum builds on competencies introduced in the BSPS program with a flexible curriculum that allows students to develop advanced skills in technical record keeping and other areas of the pharmaceutical industry. Graduates are prepared for research technician positions in biomedical companies and research laboratories. Master of Science (MS) in Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy (Boston and Online) Students with a baccalaureate or professional degree follow a two-year curriculum of either class-room based or online courses in the regulation of drugs, devices and biologics; law, marketing; and health policy. Minor concentrations are offered in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in regulatory compliance, project/product management, clinical development, marketing and quality assurance/control. In addition to completing all course work, students have the option to propose and defend a thesis. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in biopharmaceutical industries, federal or state regulatory agencies, clinical research organizations, managed care, or other health-related fields. Graduate Certificate in Regulatory Affairs Students who desire advanced study in Regulatory Affairs take three courses that may be completed in less than one year. This certificate complements degrees in diverse healthcare related disciples such as business administration, nursing, marketing and management and public health. Graduate Certificate in Health Policy Students who desire advanced study in Health Policy take three courses that may be completed in less than one year. This certificate complements degrees in diverse healthcare related disciples such as business administration, nursing, marketing and management and public health. 2

7 Master of Science (MS) in Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy Students that have a baccalaureate degree follow a two-year curriculum in the areas of pharmaceutical and health economics and drug and health policy. Specialty tracks are offered in global pharmaceutical policy, health economics and outcomes research. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in pharmacoeconomics, outcomes research, regulation, marketing, healthcare administration, pharmacy services research, and pharmacoepidemiology. In addition to completing all course work, students are required to propose and defend a thesis in order to graduate. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry; healthcare institutions, contract research organizations; government and international organizations. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy Students follow a curriculum consisting of didactic courses in the areas of pharmaceutical and health economics and drug and health policy as well as electives and courses in a related minor concentration. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in pharmacoeconomics, outcomes research, regulation, marketing, healthcare administration, pharmacy services research, and pharmacoepidemiology. In addition to completing all course work, students are required to pass a PhD qualifying exam, and propose, conduct and defend research towards a dissertation. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare institutions, contract research organizations, government and international organizations as well as academia. Master of Science (MS) in Medicinal Chemistry Students with an appropriate undergraduate degree follow a two-year curriculum consisting of didactic courses in advanced organic chemistry, spectroscopic instrumentation, macromolecular and heterocyclic chemistry, advanced biochemistry, drug design, as well as laboratory rotations. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in the study of composition of molecules and their interactions with biological systems with the aim of designing and predicting the behavior and properties of new drugs. In addition to completing all course work, students are required to propose and defend a thesis in order to graduate. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in industrial, governmental, and academic research laboratories. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Medicinal Chemistry Students follow a curriculum consisting of didactic courses in advanced organic chemistry, spectroscopic instrumentation, macromolecular and heterocyclic chemistry, advanced biochemistry, drug design as well as laboratory rotations, electives and courses in a related minor concentration. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in the study of composition of molecules and their interactions with biological systems with the aim of predicting the behavior and properties of new drugs. In addition to completing all course work, students are required to pass a PhD qualifying exam, and propose, conduct and defend research towards a dissertation. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in academia as well as industrial, governmental, and academic research laboratories. 3

8 Master of Science (MS) in Pharmaceutics Students with an appropriate undergraduate degree follow a two-year curriculum consisting of didactic courses in physical chemistry, pharmacokinetics, biopharmaceutics, drug delivery technology as well as laboratory rotations. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in the study of the materials and technologies associated with pharmaceutical product development, manufacture, and evaluation. In addition to completing all course work, students are required to propose and defend a thesis in order to graduate. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in industrial, governmental, and academic research laboratories. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Pharmaceutics Students follow a curriculum consisting of didactic courses in physical chemistry, pharmacokinetics, biopharmaceutics, drug delivery technology as well as laboratory rotations, electives and courses in a related minor concentration. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in the study of the materials and technologies associated with pharmaceutical product development, manufacture, and evaluation. In addition to completing all course work, students are required to pass a PhD qualifying exam, and propose, conduct and defend research towards a dissertation. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in academia as well as industrial, governmental, and academic research laboratories. Master of Science (MS) in Pharmacology Students with an appropriate undergraduate degree follow a two-year curriculum consisting of didactic courses in pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry and pharmacodynamics as well as laboratory rotations. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in the study of the action of drugs and environmental chemicals on biological systems and their constituent parts. In addition to completing all course work, students are required to propose and defend a thesis in order to graduate. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in industrial, governmental, and academic research laboratories. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Pharmacology Students follow a curriculum consisting of didactic courses in pharmacology, physiology, biochemistry and pharmacodynamics as well as laboratory rotations, electives and courses in a related minor concentration. The curriculum is designed to impart knowledge and skills in the study of the action of drugs and environmental chemicals on biological systems and their constituent parts. In addition to completing all course work, students are required to pass a PhD qualifying exam, and propose, conduct and defend research towards a dissertation. Graduates are prepared for career opportunities in academia, as well as industrial, governmental, and academic research laboratories. Updated spring

9 IV. Major Strategic Initiatives Goal 1: Ensure the achievement of educational outcomes through continuous assessment and refinement of the curriculum. Goal 2: Create an Assessment Office to expand assessment activities to include all degree programs and to augment programmatic assessment and methodological approaches for all assessment activities. Goal 3: Develop and expand programs that enhance academic and professional development of students. 5

10 V. Standing Committees, Advisory Groups and Committee Descriptions The School includes a number of standing committees as well as ad-hoc committees and task forces that are formed based on need and/or Dean s charge. All full-time faculty members are eligible to serve on school committees. Members are appointed by the Dean based on recommendations from Department Chairs, workload and faculty interest. Membership term limits are at the discretion of the Dean and Department Chairs. Standing Committees: Academic Standing Committee Accreditation/Self Study Committee I and II Assessment Committee Awards Committee Board Review Committee Curriculum Committee Pharm.D. Admissions Committee Pharm.D. Honors Program Committee Residency/Fellowship Committee Strategic Planning Committee Graduate Council Graduate Academic Standing Committee Graduate Curriculum Committee Advisory Groups: Dean s Advisory Council Executive Council 6

11 Committee Descriptions: Academic Standing Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the evaluation of undergraduate students with academic standing issues and the recommendation of academic progression in accordance with the University Catalogue. Membership: The committee consists of faculty from the departments of the SOP-B. The Assistant/Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and the Director of the Academic Resource Center are ex officio members. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean from the membership of the committee for a typical term of two years. Accreditation/Self Study Committee I and II Charge: The committee is charged with the development and oversight for the American Council of Pharmacy Education self-study report and visit. Membership: The committee consists of faculty from the departments of the SOP-B. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean from the membership of the committee for a typical term of three years. Assessment Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the development and implementation of comprehensive assessment of the operations of the School. Membership: The committee consists of faculty from the departments of the SOP-B and a student member. The Director of Assessment, Director of Experiential Education and the Dean are ex officio members of the committee. Chair: The Director of Assessment serves as the chair of the committee. Awards Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the oversight of the process for selection of recipients of annual graduating student awards and the provision of input for various undergraduate restricted and endowed scholarships. Membership: The committee consists of faculty from the departments of the SOP-B. Chair: The chair is selected by the membership of the committee for a typical term of two years. Board Review Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the development and oversight of the Board Review program and the NAPLEX diagnostic exam for the graduating PharmD class. Membership: The committee consists of faculty from the departments of the SOP-B. Chair: The chair is selected by the membership of the committee for a typical term of two years. The Dean s designee is an ex officio member. Curriculum Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the development, assessment and implementation of all undergraduate curricula of the School (Pharm.D., and B.S. degree programs) according to the established internal and external curricular guidelines and standards. 7

12 Membership: The committee consists of faculty from the departments of the SOP-B and a student member. The Dean or the Dean s designee is an ex officio member. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean from the membership of the committee for a typical term of two years. Pharm.D. Admissions Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the review and recommendation of internal and external transfer applicants for admission into the first professional year of the pharmacy program. Membership: The committee consists of one representative from the University Admissions Office and faculty from the departments of the SOP-B. The Dean or the Dean s designee is an ex officio member. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean from the membership of the committee for a typical term of two years. Pharm.D. Honors Program Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the oversight of operations of the Honors Program. Membership: The committee consists of faculty from the departments of the SOP-B and a student member. The Assistant/Associate Dean for Academic Affairs is an ex officio member. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean from the membership of the committee for a typical term of three years. Residency/Fellowship Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the oversight, maintenance and expansion of residency and fellowship programs funded and co-funded by the School. Membership: The committee consists of faculty members primarily from the department of Pharmacy Practice, one adjunct faculty member who serves as a preceptor for residency or fellowship programs and one resident or fellow from one of the School s co-sponsored postgraduate training programs. The Assistant/Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and the Chair of Pharmacy Practice are ex officio members of the committee. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean from the membership of the committee for a typical term of two years. Strategic Planning Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the oversight and guidance of the strategic planning process in the School. Membership: The committee consists of faculty from the departments of the SOP-B, a preceptor, and a student. The Assistant/Associate Dean of Experiential Education is an ex officio member of the committee. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean from the membership of the committee. 8

13 Graduate Council Charge: The council is charged with assisting the Dean of Graduate Studies with the oversight of academic aspects of graduate program review and coordination. To carry out this charge, the council is assisted by two sub-committees. Membership: The council consists of one graduate faculty member from each graduate degree granting program, and a representative of the Graduate Student Association. The Dean of the School of Pharmacy-Boston, the Dean of Graduate Studies, and the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost are ex officio members. Chair: The chair is elected by the graduate faculty at the outset of the fall semester. Graduate Academic Standing Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the evaluation of graduate students with academic standing issues and the recommendation of academic progression in accordance with the University Catalogue. The committee also recommends candidates for graduation who have completed all degree requirements. Membership: The committee consists of graduate faculty members from each graduate degree granting program and representatives from the Academic Resource Center, International Student Office, Registrar s Office and Office of Student Retention. The Dean of Graduate Studies is an ex officio member. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean of Graduate Studies. Graduate Curriculum Committee Charge: The committee is charged with the review of graduate course proposals and program proposals. Membership: The committee consists of one graduate faculty member from each graduate degree granting program, a graduate faculty representative from Worcester/Manchester and one graduate student. The Dean of Graduate Studies is an ex officio member. Chair: The chair is appointed by the Dean of Graduate Studies. Advisory Council Descriptions: Dean s Advisory Council Charge: The council is charged with assisting and advising the Dean and the Executive Council, in the development of policy, planning, administration and implementation of the academic programs within the School. Membership: The council typically consists of the members of the Executive Council and a broad range of stakeholders appointed by the Dean. Chair: The Dean of the school serves as chair of the council. Executive Council Charge: The council is charged with assisting the Dean in the implementation and examination of the procedures, policies and activities and future direction of the school. 9

14 Membership: The council typically consists of the Dean, Assistant and Associate Deans, Department Chair and Vice-Chairs and the Director of Assessment. Additional faculty may be appointed at the discretion of the Dean. Chair: The Dean of the school serves as the chair of the council. 10

15 VI. Academic Policies and Procedures The MCPHS University Catalog provides all students and prospective students the necessary criteria, policies, and procedures for progression in the program. Procedures and policies regarding probation, remediation and appeals are also provided. VII. Administrative Policies and Procedures The MCPHS University Catalog provides information regarding FERPA and other policies. The University Intranet provides links to other policies and procedures for employees. 11

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