Registration Procedure

All incoming P1 students will be enrolled for 18-hours of Pharm.D. required courses during the fall 2018 semester.

Registration will occur during the following access period:

  • All incoming Pharm.D. students will register June 13th through July 25th.

Before you attempt to register for courses, you will need to check your RIS (Registration Information Sheet) for any financial or non-financial bars that could prevent enrollment into courses: RIS-

The Course Schedule has good information for you to read and review:

Helpful Registration Information

  • Please reference the email sent to you on (TBD) for more detailed registration information.
  • Assignments for PHM 287DA and PHM 281S will be provided in mid-July.
  • PHM287DA (1-hr course) will be added later in the summer to give you a total of 18-hours for fall 2018.

You will also have the opportunity to select your OPTIONAL fees (parking permit, Longhorn athletic package, etc..):

LECTURE courses and their unique numbers:
PHM 480C Normal Physio/Pathophysiology I-58690
PHM 180K Medicinal Chemistry Principles- 58695
PHM 381M Pharmaceutical Biochemistry I-59770
PHM 387M Physical & Chemical Principles of Drugs-59680
PHM 287N Biopharmaceutics-59685

LABS/Discussion Section/Convocation courses –Please reference your individualized email (date TBD) with your lab/discussion assignments for the courses below:
PHM 187P Physical & Chemical Principles Drugs lab (with pre-lab)
PHM 180P Basic Pharmaceutical Science lab (with pre-lab)
PHM 281S Foundations of Professional Development (section)
PHM 287DA Introduction to Patient Care (discussion section and lecture)


Your fall 2018 fee bill will be due Tuesday, September 4th by 5pm.  Please mark your calendar!  Visit the following site to view your various options on how to pay your fee bill:

Please contact Patricia Gutierrez, Academic Advisor, at if you have any questions or encounter any registration obstacles.


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