The Faculty shall be responsible for selecting, training, and certifying students in Graduate Pharmacy Education Programs. The Faculty shall participate in selecting, training, and certifying graduate students to the Graduate Dean, for research degrees. The Faculty shall also participate in the training of other professionals.
The Faculty shall engage in teaching, research and service in the biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences, health care or related fields, so as to fulfill the responsibility of the University to develop, transmit and apply new knowledge in the health sciences.
The Faculty of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences shall consist of:
The standing committees of the Faculty shall consist of:
The CEP shall consist of a chair (SFO) and at least four faculty members.
The function of the CEP shall be to represent the Faculty in all educational matters, especially regarding the curriculum fo rundergraduate, graduate and continuing education and other aspects of educational policy. It has authority to take action on all educational matters that do not require a vote of the Faculty. The committee is charged with continuous study of the curriculum leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree and of the postgraduate professional programs.
The CEP shall review and evaluate the curriculum leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree and the Postgraduate Pharmacy Education programs. CEP shall represent the Faculty in its role in all educational matters, especially regarding the curriculum for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing pharmacy education and other aspects of educational policy. The CEP shall maintain an ongoing evaluation of the curriculum leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree and Postgraduate Pharmacy Education programs. The CEP shall appoint subcommittees, as necessary to achieve its goals of review. The CEP shall make recommendations to the Faculty of the School, regarding initiation or discontinuance of core courses of instruction. The CEP shall have authority to take action on educational matters which do not require a vote of the Faculty. The CEP shall establish lisaison and coordination with the Academic Senate, Faculty Council and School of Medicine COmmittee on Educational Policy, the Graduate Council, and approporate student organizations.
The Academic Oversight Committee shall consist of a chair (SFO) and at least four faculty members.
The committee will be concerned with the academic performance of students. The AOC is charged with examining the records, at the end of each quarter, of all students and determining if a student is in good academic standing and is ready for promotion. Prior to graduation, the committee will review all student records to certifu to that each graduating student has met the requirements for the Doctor of Pharmacy degree a the UC San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The committee shall also deal with student affairs matters (for example, student life, academic dishonesty, ethical and professional behavior) other than those concerned with the admissions process.
The Admissions Committee shall consist of a chair (SFO) and at least four faculty members.
The AC will develop and implement the terms and conditions for the admission of Doctor of Pharmacy students, including the educational requirements, policies, and procedures for their selection. AC shall have responsibility for determining the sequence or admission of qualified candidates, and shall participate in and oversee all aspects of the admissions process. AC shall report to the Faculty at least annually.
Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Committee on Academic Personnel (SSPPSCAP) Am 4/12/16
The SSPPSCAP shall consist of a chair (SFO) and at least four members of the full-time faculty. All members of the committee must be members of the Academic Senate.The SSPPS Dean shall recommend two candidates for each open position on the committee.
The SSPPSCAP will review Clinical X and Health Sciences Clinical faculty files in the SSPPS for appointments, appraisals, promotions, and accelerations. The SSPPSCAP will advise the SSPPS Dean on academic personnel matters.
The SSPPS Dean and Faculty may appoint ad hoc committees for specific purposes and identified short-term needs.
No change in the Bylaws may be made that will be in conflict with the Bylaws, Regulations, or Legislative Rulings of the Academic Senate of the University or of the San Diego Division. Am 4/12/16
Requirements for the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) Degree shall be determined by the Faculty of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SSPPS). The following minimum requirements pertain to the award of the Pharm.D. Degree. EC 4/12/16
To be admitted to the program an applicant must
Pharmacy students are required to demonstrate professionalism as part of the requisite clinical competency. Many attributes of professionalism cannot be observed on one rotation, thus patterns of behavior, as observed throughout the continuum of training and within the education environment, play an important role in making these determinations. The demonstration by a pharmacy student of satisfactory professional and personal attributes is necessary to successfully complete the curriculum. Therefore, these attributes will be evaluated throughout the student’s enrollment.
It is the intent of the School, in placing this policy into effect, to give all manner of assistance to the student to remedy any deficiencies. It is the School’s hope that the student may, subsequently, be successful and move forward in his/her profession with utmost confidence.