Offered at: Ann Arbor, Mequon

The Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences is designed for students who wish to earn both a B.S. and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Concordia University Wisconsin. Students complete the core requirements, many of the major requirements, and the general elective requirements during the first three years at CUW, then complete the remaining major requirements during their first year in the CUW School of Pharmacy.

Core Requirements45
Major Requirements69
Electives12
Total Hours126

Major Requirements

A student seeking a degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences must take:

Required Core Courses
General Chemistry I (Natural World, Science 4 credits)
Statistics I (Natural World, Math 3 credits)
Required Courses
BIO 151Functional Human Biology I4
BIO 152Functional Human Biology II4
CHEM 142General Chemistry II4
CHEM 241Organic Chemistry I4
CHEM 242Organic Chemistry II4
BIO 490Biology Senior Seminar (Or CHEM 490 1 credit per semester)2
MATH 201Calculus I4
PHYS 151General Physics I4
or PHYS 171 University Physics I
PHYS 152General Physics II4
or PHYS 172 University Physics II
The Pharmaceutical Sciences Major must also complete at least 7 credits from the following:7
Human Anat & Phys I (4 credits)
Human Anat & Phys II (4 credits)
Microbiology (4 credits)
Cell Biology (4 credits)
Genetics (4 credits)
Immunology (3 credits)
Molecular Genetics (4 credits)
Pharmacology (3 credits)
Biochemistry (4 credits)
Advanced Biochemistry (4 credits)
The pharmaceutical sciences major must also complete the following 28 credits in the pharmacy curriculum as a Doctor of Pharmacy Student
PHAR 310Pharmacy Biochemistry4
PHAR 312Pharmacy Anat and Phys5
PHAR 314Pharmacy Microbiology4
PHAR 320Pharmaceutics I2
PHAR 322Pharmaceutics II4
PHAR 330Pharmacology I3
PHAR 340Pharmacy&Healthcare System3
PHAR 350Pharmacotherapy I:Self Care2
PHAR 352Pharmacy Calculations1
Total Hours69