Bachelor's Degree Programs

St. Louis College of Pharmacy is the perfect place to prepare for a health professions career. The College offers undergraduate degrees including:

With our emphasis on health care, there is no better place to complete your undergraduate education whether you're planning on entering a career in health professions or pursuing graduate or professional education.

In our academic program, all courses are taught through a health care lens making your education applicable to your clinical and practice experiences.

Our location in one of the nation’s premier biomedical complexes will provide you with opportunities to interact with preeminent health care providers, faculty and researchers.

Progression into the Pharm.D.

Many of our students are pursuing degrees in pharmacy through our program leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) with an integrated Bachelor of Science (B.S.). The program prepares graduates to become leading practitioners, faculty, researchers, executives and entrepreneurs.

As long as requirements are met, students in the undergraduate program may progress into the four-year Doctor of Pharmacy program. With our integrated bachelor’s degree, the first professional year fulfills undergraduate requirements.

Learn more about the Doctor of Pharmacy program.

Health Professions Careers

With a bachelor’s degree from the College, you will be prepared for immediate entry into a health professions career in fields such as:

  • Health informatics
  • Business
  • Research and development
  • Biotechnology
  • Imaging and diagnostics
  • Therapeutic services
  • Administration

Learn more about health professions careers.

Graduate and Professional Education

After completing your undergraduate degree, you may also choose to continue your education in a graduate or professional program such as:

  • Medicine
  • Dentistry
  • Occupational therapy
  • Optometry
  • Physical therapy
  • And much more

With our emphasis on health care, there is no better place than to complete your undergraduate education.