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1 Curriculum for to the PhD Program in Pharmacy Administration Course Hours Course Title BSE Principles of Epidemiology BSE Biostatistics Methods I* BSE Biostatistics Methods II* BSE Regression Analyses* BSE Non-Parametric Methods* HAP Health Economics PHSC Pharmacy Administration Research Methods PHSC Advanced Pharmacy Management and Marketing PHSC Advanced Pharmacoeconomics and Pharmacoepidemiology PHSC Social and Behavioral Issues in the Medication Use Process PHSC Oral/Written Presentation Skills in the Social/Adm Pharm Sciences BMSC or NURS 6101 Research Ethics PHSC Seminar PHSC Research for Doctoral Dissertation Graduate Electives To complete 90 hours for degree *Or equivalent set of courses to ensure adequate and similar competency in statistics (9-12 credit minimum), as determined by the student s dissertation advisor. Available Tracks of Electives for Areas of Emphasis within the Discipline RATIONALE: Students would develop competency in a specific area outside of pharmacy administration by participating in a critical mass of coursework from other OU/OUHSC Colleges. This competency would inform their development of a research area in the social and administrative pharmacy sciences through exposure to research and theoretical foundations in another discipline. A. Areas of emphasis 1. Community and behavioral health sciences 2. Epidemiology 3. Health policy 4. Management 5. Marketing B. Program requirements 1. Students who elect to take a particular track would enroll in a minimum of 12 credit hours in courses within that area of emphasis. 2. Students who elect to take a particular track should consult with their major professor regarding selection of courses within a track. 1

2 C. Track courses (course descriptions in Appendix) 1. Community and behavioral health sciences COMM G5263 Health Communication HPS 5453 Theoretical Concepts of Health Promotion HPS 5493 Health Promotion Interventions for Chronic Disease HPS 5543 Program Evaluation HPS 5563 Program Planning for Health Promotion HPS 6453 Focus Group Research or HPS 6933 Qualitative Research Methods in Public Health 2. Epidemiology BSE 5153 Clinical Trials BSE 5193 Intermediate Epidemiological Methods BSE 5303 Epidemiology of Infectious Disease BSE 5363 Epidemiology and Prevention of Chronic Disease BSE 6333 Pediatric Epidemiology (offered every other fall) 3. Health policy BSE 6263 Outcomes Research for Evidence-Based Practice HAP 5213 Advanced Health Economics HAP 5303 Health Policy and Politics HAP 5453 U.S. Health Care Systems HAP 5603 Managerial Accounting in Health Services Administration HAP 5623 Health Forecasting and Budgeting 4. Management ACCT G5202 Financial Accounting B AD G5102 Managerial Economics ENT G5902 The Entrepreneurial Process MGT G5702 Organizational Behavior MIS G5003 Management Information Systems MKT G5402 Marketing Management 5. Marketing MKT G5063 Managerial Marketing or MKT G5402 Marketing Management MKT G5133 International Marketing MKT G5143 Services Marketing or HAP 5543 Marketing of Health Care Services MKT G6283 Marketing Theory and Thought or MKT G6393 Current Issues in Marketing MKT G6293 Strategic Marketing and Management (cross-listed with MGT 6293) 2

3 Appendix Descriptions of Core and Recommended Track Courses (C = Core, CBHS = Community and Behavioral Health Sciences Track, EPI = Epidemiology Track, HP = Health Policy Track, MGT = Management Track, MKT = Marketing Track) ACCT 5202 Financial Accounting (MGT) 2 hrs. Prerequisite: graduate standing. Students will learn to construct and analyze financial statements of for-profit corporate enterprises. The basic accounting model including financial statement recording and preparation will be covered. A major emphasis will be placed on using financial statements for decision making by investors, creditors, and other users. Basic ratio analysis and valuation concepts will be introduced. B AD 5102 Managerial Economics (MGT) 2 hrs. Prerequisite: graduate standing. Microeconomic concepts and analysis as used in managerial decision-making with emphasis on marginal analysis, comparative advantage, resource allocation, opportunity cost, demand and supply, elasticity, economic efficiency, price discrimination, welfare analysis, production and cost functions, productivity, market structures, externalities and public goods, game theory, information asymmetry, market signaling, and government regulation of anticompetitive behavior. (Irreg.) BSE 5113 Principles of Epidemiology (C) Prerequisites: None. This course provides an introduction to epidemiology for students majoring in any aspects of Public Health. The principles and methods of epidemiology investigation, both of infectious and non-infectious diseases are discussed. BSE 5153 Clinical Trials (EPI) Prerequisites: Basic Statistics and Epidemiology or permission of instructor. Principles for the design and conduct of clinical trials are discussed. Emphasis will be given to protocol preparation, randomization, sample size, trial monitoring, ethical issues and data analysis. BSE 5163 Biostatistics Methods I (C) Prerequisites: College algebra and ability to use computer spreadsheet or instructor permission. Fundamental concepts and applications of statistics. This course and BSE 5173 serve as an introduction to all higher level courses in statistics. This course makes use of the SAS statistical package. BSE 5173 Biostatistics Methods II (C) Prerequisites: BSE 5163 and BSE More complex forms of the analysis of variance are presented. The fundamental aspects of experimental design as well as covariance, multiple regression, curvilinear regression, and the binomial and Poisson distribution are discussed. BSE 5193 Intermediate Epidemiologic Methods (EPI) Prerequisites: BSE 5113 or equivalent. Methodological issues important to the design of epidemiologic studies of both infectious and non-infectious disease. Topics include formulation of a research question, types of studies, sample size, sampling methods, biases and confounding, data collection instruments and the presentation and interpretation of data. BSE 5303 Epidemiology of Infectious Disease (EPI) Prerequisites: BSE Intended for epidemiology majors. Lectures and laboratory sessions devoted to the study of factors common to all infectious diseases as well as studies of specific disease. 3

4 BSE 5363 Epidemiology & Prevention of Chronic Diseases (EPI) Prerequisites: BSE 5113; BSE 5163; BSE 5193 or BSE 5001 This course is a survey of chronic diseases and the epidemiologic methods used to study them. Students are expected to read and report on the literature and to use descriptive statistics on survey data of chronic disease risk factors. BSE 5643 Regression Analysis (C) Prerequisites: BSE 5163 and Multiple linear regression analysis, including polynomial regression, indicator variables, and covariance analysis are covered. Also covered are : tests of hypotheses and interval estimates, model selection and validation; methods for measurement errors, diagnostic methods for outliers, influence, and multicollinearity; nonlinear regression, logistic regression with non-normal distributions; and time-series analysis and forecasting. Applications are drawn from public health. BSE 5653 Non Parametric Methods (C) Prerequisites: BSE 5163 or permission. Analysis of qualitative data as it applies to experimental design in biology and medicine. Discussion of the binomial and chi square tests as well as rank based and distribution free methods to the k-sample case and nonparametric measures of correlation and association. Analysis of variance of ranked data is included. BSE 6263 Outcomes Research for Evidence-Based Practice (HP) Prerequisites: Evidence of graduate level research course or permission of instructor. This course is an introduction to outcomes research in the context of evidence-based practice. The principles and methods of outcomes research and evidence-based practice are critical tools for public health and clinical decision-making. The application of outcomes research to public health practice is emphasized. BSE 6333 Pediatric Epidemiology (EPI) Prerequisites: BSE This course provides an overview of the epidemiology of selected causes of morbidity and mortality in infants and children. The descriptive epidemiology and suspected risk factors will be reviewed. Methodological issues specific to the design or conduct of studies in this age group or that are related to the individual disease processes will be addressed through lectures, group discussions and problem sets. COMM 5263 Health Communication (CBHS) Prerequisite: graduate standing or permission. A broad overview of theoretical and applied approaches to health communication. Students are exposed to a variety of health communication topics including doctor-patient communication, health information campaigns, mass media influences on health, role of culture in health and disease, health care organizations, and group influences on well-being. (F) ENT 5902 The Entrepreneurial Process (MGT) Prerequisite: graduate standing and Management The entrepreneurial process course rigorously explores the four distinct phases of an entrepreneurial business-opportunity identification; gathering the resources and launch; managing entrepreneurial growth; and harvesting the rewards-with a special emphasis on ethics, morality and life planning skills. The entrepreneurial process is a course designed for students who are committed to: learning the practical skills, habits, and judgment required to make money; learning to ask the right questions, analyze the right numbers and clearly defend their ideas; learning how to live a Life of Meaning so they can make a difference in the world. (Irreg.) HAP 5203 Health Economics (C) This course is designed to give students an overview of health care markets. Topics include supply and demand of medical care, physicians input into the production of health care, supply and demand health insurance, medical liability costs, and the role of alternative delivery systems in health care markets. HAP 5213 Advanced Health Economics (HP) Open to advanced students for study of specialized areas in health economics. Student will conduct an in-depth study of a special area of economic analysis of health issues. 4

5 HAP 5303 Health Policy and Politics (HP) How health policy in the U.S. is initiated, formulated and implemented. A comparative, crossnational and cross-state perspective is employed to analyze political culture, interest group and party behavior, the legislative and executive processes, and the dynamics of federalism. HAP 5453 U.S. Health Care Systems (Currently: C; Proposed: HP) This course focuses on the history and structure of health organizations in the U.S. Also examined are the functional interrelations among institutional and financial arrangements in the health industry. The course concludes with a comparison of international health systems. HAP 5603 Managerial Accounting in Health Services Administration (HP) Focuses on the financial environment, payment mechanisms, fiscal incentives, cost behavior, differential accounting, break-even analysis, contribution margin, overhead allocation, operating budgets and methods of cost determination. HAP 5623 Health Forecasting and Budgeting (HP) This course examines methods of developing forecasts and the budgets for the programmatic activity of health organizations that function in the public or private section. HPS 5453 Theoretical Concepts of Health Promotion (CBHS) Prerequisites: HPS 5503 or permission. Introduction of theories of health behavior and behavior change at individual, group, organizational, community and social levels. Emphasis is on the examination of major theoretical concepts, discussion of similarities and differences, and their application. HPS 5493 Health Promotion Interventions for Chronic Disease (CBHS) Course emphasizes individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, public policy and cultural interventions to reduce the society burden from chronic diseases. HPS 5543 Program Evaluation (CBHS) Prerequisites: HPS 5213; HPS The purpose of the course is to introduce key concepts used in program evaluation and to provide the student with the conceptual tools needed to participate meaningfully in program evaluation activities. The course integrates many previous courses, including biostatistics, research methods, and theory. The stress is on practical evaluations that can be conducted in applied settings. HPS 5563 Program Planning for Health Promotion (CBHS) Covers basic components of the program planning process in health education, including problem analysis, needs assessment, intervention design, implementation and process evaluation. HPS 6453 Focus Group Research (CBHS) Prerequisites: HPS A valuable qualitative research method used in health promotion. Students who intend to conduct focus group research during their careers must possess a thorough understanding of the concepts involved. Includes discussion on appropriate use of research, planning phase, implementation phase, data analysis, collaboration and budget, and reporting results. HPS 6933 Qualitative Research Methods in Public Health (CBHS) Prerequisites: Admission to the PhD program or permission of the instructor. This course will identify the intellectual foundations of qualitative research in the context of multiple research methods. Rationales for most appropriate use of qualitative techniques will be delineated. Qualitative research design construction will be specified. The use of a coding scheme as a simultaneous research technique and analytic device and many demonstrated. MGT 5702 Organizational Behavior (MGT) 2 hrs. This course examines methods of developing forecasts and the budgets for the programmatic activity of health organizations that function in the public or private section. 5

6 MIS 5003 Management Information Systems (C) 2 hrs. Prerequisite: graduate standing or permission of instructor. Study of information systems applications and management in a business environment. Includes personal productivity, basic technology and infrastructure; design, development and management of computer information systems; and impacts of technology on business practices. MKT 5133 International Marketing (MKT) Prerequisite: 5063 or BAD 5273 or permission. Emphasizes the study of the major functional areas that comprise the international marketing task and their implications under contemporary market conditions. Focus on the development of analytical and planning sophistication to support an international marketing strategy for brand, product/service line, or business unit. (Irreg.) MKT 5063 Managerial Marketing (Currently: C; Proposed: MGT, MKT) Prerequisite: Graduate standing and permission. The consideration involved in marketing management decisions based on consumer orientation; innovation and creative adaption to change; marketing goals; the cultural implications of marketing action; and the role of theory in marketing. MKT 5402 Marketing Management (MGT, MKT) 2 hrs. Prerequisite: graduate standing. Covers marketing concepts of use to MBAs. Topics include the use of management information systems, pricing, product offerings, promotion, distribution and consumer behavior, as well as marketing segmentation and strategic marketing. PHSC 5703 Pharmacy Administration Research Methods (C) Research procedures in pharmacy administration including definition of the problem, scaling and measurement methods, sample size determination, questionnaire development, and selection of experimental or quasi-experimental designs. PHSC 5713 Advanced Pharmacy Management (C) Principles of management in providing ambulatory pharmaceutical services with emphasis on the efficient management of a community pharmacy within the dynamics of the health care system. PHSC 5723 Pharmacy Service Evaluation (C) Principles of cost effectiveness analysis and cost benefit analysis applied to the evaluation of pharmacy services and related health care programs. PHSC 6970 Seminar in Pharmaceutical Sciences (C) 1-2 hrs. May be repeated with change in subject matter; maximum credit four hours. A general seminar for all divisions of graduate study in pharmaceutical sciences. PHSC 6980 Research for Doctoral Dissertation (C) 1-16 hrs. May be repeated to a maximum of 45 semester hours. A maximum of 16 hours per semester is allowed. 6

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