B.S. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Pharmaceutical Chemistry is designed for students to become immersed in chemistry and biology and gain an understanding of how the two fields can be leveraged to improve patient outcomes.
To see this program at a glance, download the Pharmaceutical Chemistry program profile.
About the Program
The program will provide a thorough background in chemistry, biology, physics
Advanced courses in the degree include:
- Pharmaceutical chemistry
- Cheminformatics and programming
- Chemical analysis
- Drug design
- Synthetic chemistry
The curriculum culminates in individual research opportunities that will allow students to develop their skills beyond their coursework experiences.
After completing the B.S. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, students may choose to continue on to graduate or professional study, or they can immediately enter the workforce.
Graduates will be well-prepared for positions as laboratory assistants and technicians, and they will be able to gain employment in fields where training in chemical sciences is necessary.
Graduates of the pharmaceutical chemistry program will be able to:
- Demonstrate an interdisciplinary understanding of the fundamentals of biology, chemistry
- Design experiments and understand the limitations that come with the experimental approach
- Use oral, written and visual presentations to present their work to both a scientifically literate audience and the general public
- Demonstrate basic quantitative literacy skills, basic laboratory and research skills
A Premier Biomedical Community
The College is located within the Washington University Medical Campus, one of the nation’s leading biomedical complexes. Through our partnerships with neighboring institutions, you will have access to elite educational, professional and research experiences with some of the top
Take the Next Step
To learn more about St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Pharmaceutical Chemistry or to schedule a visit, contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314.446.8328.