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COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Carlatan, San Fernando City, La Union

PHILOSOPHY

We believe in student centered approach to education and management.

We believe in achieving a lot with limited resources by knowing what other institutions are doing, adopting or improving and using that can be applied to the College.

We believe that a strong continuing faculty and staff development program in the college is a vital component of the total effort to attain the main goal of the College.

We believe in the stability and strength as a base for achieving quality education, relevant to national means and development of the total person.

We believe above all that giving honor and glory to God in everything we do, is most important in all official activities of the college.

VISION
We envision Lorma Colleges as an educational institution with a global perspective emphasizing quality, Christian values, and leadership skills relevant to national development.

MISSION
To empower students for service anywhere in the world through Christian-inspired, quality-driven, and service-oriented education and training.
INSTITUTIONAL GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES INSTITUTIONAL OUTCOMES
GOD FEARING IO1 Internalize Christian values
IO2 Model the Christian values in their personal and professional lives
DECISION MAKER, CRITICAL AND IO3 Generate ideas and insight utilizing appropriate decision making
CREATIVE THINKER
IO4 Utilize higher order thinking skills in decision making towards innovation and creating new
technologies
IO5 Apply innovative methods and new technologies to solve different problems and making decisions
effectively
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATOR IO6 Communicate effectively ideas and knowledge through listening, speaking, reading, writing using
culturally appropriate language
SERVICE – DRIVEN CITIZEN IO7 Imbibe the service- orientedness to oneself, to one’s profession and towards the community
REFLECTIVE LIFE LONG LEARNING IO8 Commitment to continuously upgrade one’s education though readings, seminars and trainings
COMPETENT PROFESSIONAL IO9 Perform exceptional knowledge, skills and right attitude in accomplishing duties and
responsibilities beyond acceptable standards

PHARMACY PROGRAM OUTCOMES INSTITUTIONAL VISION MISSION PHILOSOPHY


After 4 – 5 years, the graduate will: OUTCOMES
Demonstrate Christian, ethical and moral values in the practice of the IO1, IO2, IO7   
pharmacy profession in various settings
Exemplify professional competence in all fields of pharmaceutical IO6, IO7, IO8, IO9   
practice based on prevailing local and global standards
Apply expertise in exhibiting morally and legally sound judgement in IO3, IO4, IO5,   
the delivery of pharmaceutical care and social service IO6, IO7, IO9
COURSE SYLLABUS

1. COURSE CODE : Chem 2


2. COURSE TITLE : Organic Chemistry
3. PRE-REQUISITE : General and Inorganic Chemistry
4. CO-REQUISITE : N/A
5. COURSE CREDIT : 5 units (3units lecture/ 2units Laboratory)
6. CONTACT HOURS/SEMESTER : Lecture 3 hours/week
Laboratory 3 hours/week
7. COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a five unit course intended for students majoring in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Food and Nutrition and Paramedic courses. It deals with the study of
nomenclature, properties and mechanism reactions of organic compounds, its source and commercial uses.

8. LEVEL OUTCOMES AND RELATIONSHIP TO PROGRAM OUTCOMES

LEVEL 2 OUTCOMES PHARMACY PROGRAM OUTCOMES


At the end of the third year, the students will be able to: 1 2 3
1 Communicate effectively in speaking, writing and presenting using appropriate language.  
2 Work effectively with a group or in collaboration with other member of the health care team.  
3 Analyze and solve accurately problems encountered in drug design and perform calculations related to  
pharmaceutical quantitative analysis and dosage regimen.
4 Apply evidence-based practice in the clinical settings.   
5 Appraise the importance of plants and microorganisms in research study in relation to drug product discovery  
and development.
6 Correlate the structure of the drug with its pharmacologic and pharmacokinetic property.  
7 Discuss the principles and technology involved in the design, formulation, manufacture and packaging of the  
various drug dosage forms and delivery systems.
8 Discuss the rational use of drugs in the management of specific disease according to current therapeutic  
practice guidelines, recommendations and clinical trials.
9 Manifest the values of accuracy, honesty, integrity and Christianity in the various fields of pharmacy as part of   
personal and professional growth.
10 Manifest an appreciation of the pharmacist social and professional responsibilities in maintaining or restoring   
health through the delivery of quality patient care.
Anatomy and

Pharrmaceuti
Health Ethics
Communicati

Pathophysio-
Interpersonal

Biochemistry
Pharmaceuti

Calculations
Physiology

Chemistry

Informatics
Delivery
Organic

System
Human
on and

Pharmacy
Skills

Drug
logy
with
SECOND (2nd LEVEL)

-cal
cal
1. Ability to engage in lifelong learning and understanding PD IPD IP IP PD IP IPD IPD
of the need to keep abreast of the developments in the
specific field of practice

2. Ability to demonstrate effective communication and PD P P P IP IP IP IPD


facilitation skills orally and in writing using both English and
Filipino
3. Ability to work effectively and independently in PD IP P P PD PD IP PD
multidisciplinary and multi-cultural teams
4. Ability to recognize professional, social and ethical PD P P IP PD PD PD PD
responsibility

5. An appreciation of “Filipino historical and cultural PD PD PD IP PD PD IPD PD


heritage” (based on RA 7722)

6. Ability to practice pharmacy in a professional and ethical PD PD PD P IPD IPD IPD IPD
manner
7. Ability to provide pharmaceutical care PD PD PD P IPD IP IP IP

8. Ability to conduct relevant research and disseminate PD P P P PD PD PD D


findings

9. Ability to apply management and entrepreneurial skills PD P P P PD PD PD PD


9. COURSE OUTCOMES AND RELATIONSHIP TO LEVEL OUTCOMES

COURSE OUTCOMES Level 2 Outcomes

At the end of the course, the student will be able to:

1. Write the molecular, graphical, and structural formulas of organic 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10


compounds.
IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD

2. Name organic compounds in different ways IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD

3. Present mechanic approach in treating the chemical properties IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD
of the organic compounds

4. Write chemical equations involving laboratory and commercial IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD
preparations of organic compounds

5. Illustrate reaction mechanisms of the structure and reactivity of IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD
different organic systems

6. State the advantages and disadvantages of using organic IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD
chemicals to our environment

7. Apply structural concepts and organic reaction mechanisms in IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD
the study of organic natural products

8. Recognize ways and means of transforming organic raw IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD IPD
materials into finished products in the pursuit of the nation’s
economic development

INDICATORS: I- INTRODUCE; P-PARTICIPATE/PERFORM WITH SUPERVISION; D-DEMONSTRATE


10. COURSE COVERAGE

Week Day Classroom Topics Learning Resources Teaching-Learning Activities Assessment Tasks Course Outcomes

Lecture Laboratory

1 1-5 UNIT I. INTRODUCTION Principles of Organic Discussions Pre-laboratory Recitation CO1, CO2, CO3,
Introduction and Discussion of Chemistry by Syliangco, Brainstorming discussion Pen and Paper CO4
the Course content Clara Reading Perform Quiz
Page 1-13 Assignment Laboratory
Laboratory: Online Activity
Creative Introduction and
Discussion of the Course
Content/ Laboratory Safety
and Guidelines

1. History and Scope of


Organic Chemistry Principles of Organic Research Perform Quiz CO1, CO2, CO3,
2. Definition of Organic Chemistry by Syliangco, Discussion Laboratory Pen and paper CO4
Chemistry and organic Clara Active Activity Active participation
compounds Page 14-16 Participation Take home activity
3. Properties and classification
of organic compounds

Exercise No. 1:
Organic and Inorganic
Compounds

Laboratory:
Exercise No. 2:
Detection of Common
Elements in Organic
Compounds

2 1-5 4. Types of bonding Principles of Organic Lecture- Pre-laboratory Pen and paper CO1, CO2, CO3,
Chemistry by Syliangco, Discussion discussion quiz CO4
Laboratory: Clara Perform Group Activities
Exercise No.1: Page 20-32 Class Activity Laboratory Pen and Paper Test/
Organic and Inorganic Activity Post test/ Multiple test
Compounds Post Laboratory Questions
Principles of Organic discussion Take Home Activities
5. Hybridization of Atomic Chemistry by Syliangco, Lecture- CO1, CO2, CO3,
orbitals Clara Discussion CO4
Page 50-62 Group Activity Quiz
6. Sigma and Pi Molecular Pen and paper
orbitals Active participation
Perform Take home activity
UNIT 2: Principles of Organic Lecture- Laboratory CO1, CO2, CO3,
CHARACTER OF A Chemistry by Syliangco, Discussion Activity CO4
COVALENT BOND Clara Post Laboratory
1. Electronegativity Page 65-73 Class Activity discussion
2. Molecular Polarity Online
3. Bond polarity, Bond Energy Principles of Organic
and Bond Length Chemistry by Syliangco,
Clara
Laboratory: Page 74-85
Exercise No. 3
Purification of Liquids by
Distillation

Laboratory:
Exercise No. 4:
Extraction

3 1-4 UNIT 3. ACQUAINTANCE Principles of Organic Pretest/ Multiple Perform Pen and paper CO1, CO2, CO3,
WITH COVALENT SIGMA Chemistry by Syliangco, Test Laboratory quiz CO4
MOLECULES Clara Lecture- Activity Group Activities
1. Nomenclature and Page 96-125 Discussion Post laboratory Pen and Paper Test/
Isomerism Group Discussion discussion Post test/ Multiple test
2. Hydrocarbons (HC) Questions
a. Aliphatic HC – alkanes, Take Home Activities
alkenes and alkynes
b. Alicyclic HC
c. Aromatic HC Lecture- Pre-laboratory Quiz
d. Heterocyclic HC Principles of Organic Discussion discussion Pen and paper CO1, CO2, CO3,
e. Hydrocarbon derivatives Chemistry by Syliangco, Group Activity Perform Active participation CO4
f. Halogen Compounds Clara Laboratory Take home activity
Page 96-125 Activity
Laboratory:
Exercise No. 5: Lecture- Pre-laboratory Quiz
Purification by Extraction Principles of Organic Discussion discussion Pen and paper CO1, CO2, CO3,
(Isolation of Caffeine from Chemistry by Syliangco, Group Activity Perform Active participation CO4
Tea) Clara Online Laboratory Take home activity
Page 96-125 Activity
Laboratory:
Exercise No. 6:
Thin Layer Chromatography

Laboratory:
Exercise No. 7:
Purification by recrystallization

5 PRELIMINARY
EXAMINATIONS
4 1-5 3. Oxygen-containing Principles of Organic Lecture- Perform Pen and paper CO1, CO2, CO3,
compounds Chemistry by Syliangco, Discussion Laboratory quiz CO4
a. alcohol Clara Activity Group Activities
b. phenols Page 126-142 Class Activity Post laboratory Pen and Paper Test/
c. ethers Online discussion Post test/ Multiple test
d. thiols aldehydes and FLIP Questions
ketones CLASSROOM Take Home Activities
e. Carboxylic acids
f. Acid Derivatives – acid
halides, acid amides, acid
anhydrides and esters

Laboratory:
Exercise No. 8:
Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Laboratory:
Exercise No. 9:
Properties and Reactions of
Ethanol
5 1-5 4. Nitrogen-containing Principles of Organic Pretest/ Multiple Perform Quiz CO1, CO2, CO3,
compounds Chemistry by Syliangco, Test Laboratory Pen and paper CO4
5. Sulfur containing Clara Lecture- Activity Active participation
compounds Page 143-156 Discussion Take home activity
6. Organometallic- containing Group Discussion
compounds Online

Laboratory:
Exercise No.10
Laboratory:
Exercise No. 11:
Properties of Formaldehyde
6 1-4 UNIT 4. GEOMETRY Principles of Organic Pretest/ Multiple Perform Quiz CO1, CO2, CO3,
COVALENT COMPOUNDS Chemistry by Syliangco, Test Laboratory Pen and paper CO4
AND ISOMERISM Clara Lecture- Activity Active participation
1. Hybridization, Geometry Page 143-156 Discussion Post Laboratory Take home activity
and Isomerism Group Discussion discussion
2. Conformation of Open- Online
Chain compounds and ring
chain compounds
3. Geometric Isomers

Laboratory:
Exercise No. 12:
Acetone

Laboratory:
Exercise No. 13:
Preparation of an Esters

Exercise No. 14:


Properties and Reactions of
Alcohol
5 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
7 1-5 UNIT 5: STRUCTURAL Principles of Organic Lecture- Pre-laboratory Quiz CO1, CO2, CO3,
EFFECTS Chemistry by Syliangco, Discussion discussion Pen and paper CO4
1. Delocalization-Resonance Clara Group Activity Perform Active participation
and Hyperconjugation Page 183-197 Online Laboratory Take home activity
2. Steric Effect Activity Practicals – AMAZING
3. Inductive effect – Electron RACE
Attracting and Repelling
4. Intermolecular Forces of
Attraction

Exercise No. 15:


Aldehydes
Exercise No. 16:
Carboxylic acid
Exercise No. 17:
Properties of phenol

8 1-5 UNIT 6. ORGANIC Principles of Organic Lecture- Perform Quiz CO1, CO2, CO3,
REACTION MECHANISMS Chemistry by Syliangco, Discussion Laboratory Pen and paper CO4
1. Electrophiles, Nucleophiles Clara Group Activity Activity Active participation
and Reactive sites Page 183-197 Online Post laboratory Take home activity
2. Addition Reaction discussion
3. Substitution reaction

Exercise No. 18:


Amides/Amines

Exercise No.19:
Properties of
Formaldehyde/aldehyde
Exercise No.20:
Esters
Exercise No. 21:
Ethers
9 1-4 4. Elimination reaction Principles of Organic Lecture- Perform Quiz CO1, CO2, CO3,
5. Rearrangement Reaction Chemistry by Syliangco, Discussion Laboratory Pen and paper CO4
6. Free-radical Reaction Clara Group Activity Activity Active participation
Page 198-220 Online Post laboratory Take home activity
Exercise No.22: discussion
Ketones
Exercise No. 23:
Properties of
Aldehydes/ketones
Exercise No. 24:
Acetone
Exercise No. 25:
Preparation of Aspirin

17 FINAL EXAMINATION
12. SUGGESTED READINGS AND REFERENCES

1. Principles of Organic Chemistry by Syliangco, Clara


2. Unified Organic Chemistry, Mackenzie, Charles
3. Organic Chemistry, Brewster Ray, William Mc Ewen
4. OrganiC Chemistry, Bernaldez A., Canizares N.
5. Ouelette, Robert J. Organic Chemistry. A Brief Introduction.

13. COURSE EVALUATION


COURSE REQUIREMENT Total Weight
(Lecture Component) (%)
A. Term
1. Class Standing

LECTURE
 Assignment/ Seatwork (As/SW) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10%
Note: Late submission of assignment is not accepted.
 Quizzes (Q) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 90%
Note: Special quizzes are given provided that the incurred absence is excused.

Transmutation Formula for CS Grade Lecture:


[ As/SW (0.10) + Q (0.90) ] X 60 + 40
Final Grade : As/SW (0.10) + Q/Amazing race (0.90) ] X 60 + 40

100%
LABORATORY
• Attendance (At) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5%
Note: 3 accumulated late is equivalent to 1 day absence.
• Behavior/Lab Participation (B/LP) --------------------------------------------------------------------- 5%
• Laboratory reports/Assignments/Documentations (LR/As/D/LG/SW/P/Re)
Laboratory gears (Lab cap, mask, gown), Seatwork/Projects/Reporting ---------------- 20%
Note: Late submission of report due to absence is accepted provided that it is excused.
1 day is given to accomplish and pass the report.
• Quizzes (Q) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 70%
Note: Special quizzes are given provided that the incurred absence is excused.
Transmutation Formula CS Grade Laboratory:
• [ At (0.05)+ B/CP (0.05) + LR/As/D/SW/P/Re (0.20) + Q (0.70) ] x 60 + 40
Final Grade : [ At (0.05) + B/CP (0.0.5) + LR/As/D/LG/SW/P/Re (0.20) + Q/Amazing race (0.70) ] X 60 + 40

TOTAL 100%

2. Term Examination
Formula Exam Grade:
Total score x 60 + 40 100%
Total # of items
TOTAL 100%
3. Term Grade
Formula:
( CS Grade x 2 ) + Exam Grade 100%
3
TOTAL 100%
4. Combined Grade
 Lecture Grade
 Laboratory Grade 60%
Formula: 40%
(Lecture grade x 0.60 ) + (Laboratory grade x 0.40)

TOTAL 100%

B. Final – Final Grade

1. Preliminary Grade (Lecture grade + Laboratory Grade) 30%


2. Midterm Grade (Lecture grade + Laboratory grade) 30%
3. Final Grade (Lecture grade + Laboratory grade) 40%

Formula:
(PG x 0.30) + (MG x 0.30) + (FG x 0.40)

TOTAL 100%

14. CLASSROOM POLICIES

A. Professional Decorum
Student of Lorma Colleges’ College of Pharmacy are expected to behave properly at all times especially if in the school premises.
The guidelines are as follows:
1. Courteously knock on every door before entering any room, wait for acknowledgment then introduce self.
2. Maintain a moderate tone voice anywhere especially along the corridors, classrooms and patient’s room.
3. Greet teachers, employees, classmates and peers as you meet them.
4. Friendliness is encouraged but always maintains professionalism since too much familiarity may compromise the respect for each other.
5. Practice and maintain good posture at all times.
6. Students are not allowed to go out of the classroom for their snacks/meals.
7. Students must observe humility, tactfulness and respect when dealing with others. Always observe the Code of Ethics for Pharmacy and practice the Golden Rule
in everyday life.
8. Students must wear the prescribed uniform at all times with dignity and respect and should be worn only in the school premises.
9. Students are not allowed to entertain visitors while on class. Should an emergency occur where an immediate member of the family is involved, permission from
the instructor must be sought first and accomplish.
10. Gambling, smoking and drinking of alcoholic beverages and drug use are strictly prohibited.
11. Cellphones are not allowed while having a quiz and during lecture hours.
12. Promptness at all times, in all occasions and in any setting must be observed.
13. Students must strictly adhere to the school’s rules and regulations.
14. Students should not loiter around while in school premises. These preceding guidelines professional decorum are not limited to as written. Other guidelines for
social norms and general behavior are written in the Lorma Colleges’ Student Handbook and must strictly observe.

B. Classroom
1. The students are required to wear the prescribed college uniform in the given day.
Monday/Thursday – institutional uniform with blue slacks
Tuesday – gala uniform with white shoes (skirt for the ladies)
Wednesday- departmental t-shirt
Friday- gala uniform with white shoes (pants)
2. Attend the class regularly.
3. Submit seat works, assignments, home works and other requirements as prescribed at specified deadlines.
4. Pass projects/other related projects at specified deadlines.
5. Pass the periodical exams (prelims, midterms and finals).
6. Deliver an oral report and submit a written report as prescribed by instructor.
7. The students should strictly comply with the policies stated above, in terms of punctuality, attendance, compliance to the requirements, etc.
8. Any forms of misconduct like cheating, behaviors, etc. will be subjected to disciplinary action.

NOTE: Students are advised to read the student handbook from pages 8 – 20. Any amendments to the student handbook and/or new issued policies, rules and regulations the
administration and the college deemed necessary, shall be applied automatically to the student/s currently enrolled in the college.

15. CONSULTATION HOURS

NAME OF INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Vanessa Samarah O. Gao-ay, RPh MTW 3-4

Ghinelli Anne P. Laygo, RPh

Course Title Date Effective Date Prepared by Recommending Approval Approved by Page 14
Revised of 14
Organic 1st SY 2017 – August
chemistry 2018 2017 Vanessa Samarah G. Liwan, RPh
Marianne A. Menecio, RPh, Diadema La Madrid, Ph.D.
August - MSPharm, CPS Dean, Academic Affairs
December Ghinelli Anne P. Laygo, RPh Dean, College of Pharmacy