The Bachelor of Sciences in Pharmaceutical Sciences is a four-year degree program that will provide undergraduate students with comprehensive coursework and experiential education in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
This 120-unit degree includes 36 units of supporting science coursework and 36 units of pharmaceutical sciences coursework.
Sample 4-Year Major Plans
The four-year plans below outline the recommended sequencing of required courses, depending on your initial math placement at UA and your professional goals. These sample plans are not meant to replace the official UA Academic Program Requirement Report for this degree. Official requirement reports for each catalog year can be found in the UA general catalog
Archived plans and checklists from previous years can be found below:
2018/2019 checklist and plans
Pharmaceutical Sciences Minor
The Pharmaceutical Sciences minor allows students to build on the science foundation gained in their major, and to apply those scientific concepts toward the understanding and development of more effective treatments. This minor is an excellent supplement to majors in chemistry, physiology, biochemistry, biology, and other science majors, but can be a great fit for anyone with an interest in healthcare, the pharmaceutical industry, or biotechnology.
The minor requires a minimum of 18 PCOL units, from the approved minor course list. Almost all minor courses require prerequisites in chemistry, physiology, and/or biology. Schedule a meeting with a PharmSci advisor in order to develop a course plan, and to formally declare the minor.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Minor Requirements - 2019/2020