
Description of Individual Course UnitsCourse Unit Code  Course Unit Title  Type of Course Unit  Year of Study  Semester  Number of ECTS Credits  300001152015  APPLIED MATHEMATICS IN PHARMACY  Compulsory  1  1  2 
 Level of Course Unit  First Cycle and Second Cycle  Objectives of the Course  The aim of this course, students after graduation,
must be complied with national and international pharmaceutical calculations, pharmacy practice areas to gain the notion that,
Pharmacy training courses, both theoretical and practical applications will face during the perception of mathematical operations
pharmaceutical companies' manufacturing and design units to work to gain information
hospital pharmacy drug production and accounting processes to gain information about
 Name of Lecturer(s)  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ercüment KARASULU  Learning Outcomes  1  used in pharmaceuticals, international understanding of the basic units  2  To understand the clinical measurement units and the unit flips  3  learning the abbreviations used in pharmacy  4  Concentration Calculations, Weight / Weight, Weight / Volume, Volume / Volume calculations comprehend  5  The Mole in pharmacy, equivalent, be able to comprehend the calculations of Osmollarite  6  To be able to give information about the dye and sweetening agents used in preparation of drug formulations, and evaluate the conditions to employ them.  7  To understand the kinetic calculations and pharmaceutical applications  8  Graph Drawing learning in pharmacy 
 Mode of Delivery  Face to Face  Prerequisites and corequisities  None  Recommended Optional Programme Components  None  Course Contents  Used in the International Basic Units, Clinical Measurement Units used in pharmacy and rotation, mathematical expression, accuracy, numerical rounding error terms and abbreviations used in pharmacy, Prescription Practices and Mathematical Meaning, Percentage Rate, Stock, Dilution and Concentration Calculations, weight / weight, weight / Volume, Volume / Volume Calculations, in pharmacy Mol, Millimole, Equivalent, Milieşdeğer Meanings and Clinical Use, Osmollerite and Osmalorite Calculations and clinical use, parenteral nutrition solution calculations, Kinetic Calculations and Pharmacy Practice, pharmacy Graph Drawing linear / linear, linear / logarithmic, Logarithmic / Linear Graphics Applications, ThreePhase Applications of Graph Drawings and pharmacy
 Weekly Detailed Course Contents  
1  Basic units used in an international area
 Practice   2  Clinical Measurement Units used in pharmacy and translations
 Practice   3  Mathematical Expression, Precision, Numeric Rounding and Error Terms
 Practice   4  Abbreviations used in pharmacy, Prescription Practices and Meaning of Mathematical
 Practice   5  Percentage Rate, Stock, Dilution and Concentration Calculations
 Practice   6  Weight / Weight, Weight / Volume, Volume / Volume Calculations
 Practice   7  pharmacy Mol, Millimole, equivalent, and Clinical Use of Milieşdeğer Meanings
 Practice   8  Osmollerite and Osmalorite Calculations and Clinical Use
 Practice   9  parenteral nutrition solution calculations
 Practice   10  Kinetic Calculations and Pharmacy Practice
 Practice   11  Drawing graphs in pharmacy  Practice   12  Linear / Linear Graphics Applications
 Practice   13  linear / logarithmic, logarithmic / linear Graphics Applications
 Practice   14  Three phase graph Drawings and pharmaceutical applications
 Practice   15  Final   
 Recommended or Required Reading  Lecture notes are supplied by the lecturer  Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods  Activities are given in detail in the section of "Assessment Methods and Criteria" and "Workload Calculation"  Assessment Methods and Criteria  
Midterm Examination  1  100  SUM  100  
Final Sınavı  1  100  SUM  100  Term (or Year) Learning Activities  40  End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities  60  SUM  100 
 Language of Instruction  Turkish  Work Placement(s)  None 
 Workload Calculation 

Midterm Examination  2  1  2  Final Examination  1  1.5  1.5  Attending Lectures  14  2  28  Problem Solving  7  0.5  3.5  Individual Study for Mid term Examination  2  7  14  Individual Study for Final Examination  1  10  10  
Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes  LO1                       LO2                       LO3                       LO4                       LO5                       LO6                       LO7                       LO8                      
 * Contribution Level : 1 Very low 2 Low 3 Medium 4 High 5 Very High 



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