Undergraduate ProgramsSt. Louis College of Pharmacy is the perfect place to prepare for a health professions career. No matter where your passions lead you, whether it is pharmacy, nursing, medicine, research, or another exciting area, our health care-focused bachelor’s degrees can provide a perfect foundation.
Select a program to learn more.
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Global Health
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Medical Humanities (with an emphasis in Health Care Communication or Interdisciplinary Studies)
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biomedical Sciences
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Pharmaceutical Chemistry
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Pharmaceutical Science (with an emphasis in Health Humanities or Health Sciences)
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in partnership with Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College
A Unique Academic Experience
With our emphasis on health care, there is no better place to complete your undergraduate education. In our academic program, all courses are taught through a health care lens making your education applicable to your clinical, practice and professional experiences.
During your time at the College, you will learn and grow in a community of future pharmacists, nurses, physicians, biomedical researchers and other future health care leaders. The interprofessional community you build as a student will become your professional network after graduation.
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 Doctor of Pharmacy ProgramMany of our students are pursuing degrees in pharmacy through our flagship Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program. The College offers two pathways to pursue a pharmacy education.
- By integrating a Pharm.D. with a B.S. in Pharmaceutical Science, students earn an undergraduate and doctoral degree, while saving a full year of study. Students progress into the Pharm.D. program after completing junior-level requirements, and the first professional year fulfills the remaining requirements for the undergraduate program.
- Students who do not wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree may complete their Pharm.D. prerequisites and apply for admission into the first professional (P1) year.
Students are admitted to the professional program through a holistic admissions process, which includes an interview and writing assessment, and students who complete more than two full-time semesters of undergraduate coursework at the College are not required to take the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT).
Learn more about the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
Graduate OpportunitiesAfter completing your undergraduate degree, you may also choose to continue your education and pursue a degree in medicine, dentistry, occupational therapy, optometry, physical therapy, nursing or another exciting field.
With our emphasis on health care, there is no better place to complete your undergraduate education and prepare to apply to graduate or professional programs.
Through partnerships with neighboring institutions, the College offers pathways to complete accelerated education in occupational therapy, physical therapy and more.
Learn more about our graduate opportunities.