The School of Pharmacy offers the opportunity for enrolled PharmD students to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS) degree after the completion of a minimum of 120 credit hours. Typically, students will have completed the pre-professional component and the first four academic terms (semesters) of the nine term (semester) PharmD program. Students are not enrolled into the BSPS program without admission to the PharmD program.
The school also offers graduate programs leading to an MS and a PhD.
For further information on the professional and graduate programs, see the School of Pharmacy-Graduate and Professional Degrees sections of the Graduate & Professional Studies Catalog.
School of Pharmacy
904 Salk Hall