Do not take advanced assessment or advanced pharmacy with pathophys or before pathophys.
The things you learn in pathophys are foundational to both. My program required a 2-semester, 6 credit pathophys course. Because of course sequencing, the only time I could take health assessment was concurrently with the first pathophys course. I got through okay but realized that the course would have made much more sense had I done the two semesters of pathophys first. I found that semester to be very stressful (I also had another 3-credit course) and extremely busy.
I think what saved me in my health assessment class was that I had done a 3-credit advanced pathophysiology course elsewhere (it didn't transfer because of the difference in the credits between the two schools
). I also took advanced pharmacology right after my first pathophys course and did well on both.
Roles is a fairly easy course and it is a great introduction to grad school, especially if you aren't sure of what role you want when you finish. If you want to ease yourself in to your first semester, take roles and theory together.
Here are some options for your schedule:
1st semester: Theory and Roles (light schedule for your first semester)
2nd semester: Research and Pathophys
3rd semester: Pharmacology and Health Assessment (only if you think they're doable together)
1st semester: Theory and Pathophys
2nd semester: Research and Pharmacology (or Health Assessment, whichever is easier)
3rd semester: Roles and Health Assessment or Pharmacology (whichever is tougher)
1st semester: Roles and Pathophys
2nd semester: Theory and advanced pharmacology
3rd semester: Research and health assessment
This third option might be the most balanced.
Also, if you need statistics, make sure to take that before research. You could take stats with either theory or roles but don't take it with pathophys, pharmacology, or assessment. That would be brutal.
Hope this helps!