Outline+3.43.pdf - Lecture Outline Unit 3.43 TWENTIETH-CENTURY CURRICULAR REFORM From Confusion to Consolidation 1870-1904 1900 55 schools and colleges

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Lecture Outline Unit 3.43 TWENTIETH-CENTURY CURRICULAR REFORM From Confusion to Consolidation, 1870-1904 1900: 55 schools and colleges of pharmacy Less than 10% of pharmacists attended or graduated from these institutions 1870-84: Conference of Schools of Pharmacy: for private, association-based schools 1890: APhA Section on Education and Legislation: a temporary forum 1900: American Conference of Pharmaceutical Faculties (ACPF) After 1925: American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Curricular chaos: length of program, school year, admission requirements varied No standard degree or practical experience requirement 1903: grammar school education, 500 hours of lecture, 600 hours of laboratory 1904: First “prerequisite legislation” (New York) Must be 21, four years practical experience, pass an entrance exam Must graduate from an approved two-year program to sit for licensure exam Curricular Confusion: 1905 At least 7 different degrees ranging from 3 months to 5 years Degree 3 mo. 1 yr. 2 yr. 3 yr. 4 yr. 5 yr. Ph.G. 1 7 41 1 Ph.C. 1 16 8 1 1 Ph.B. 4 1 Ph.M. 1 2 6 1 Pharm.D. 6 9 1 B.S. 1 13 M.S. 4 Curricular Progress: 1904-1934 1910: The Pharmaceutical Syllabus
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