St. Louis College of Pharmacy not only offers transfer admission into the first professional year (year 3), but they also offer transfer admission in the pre-professional years of a 7 year program.
The 7 year program offers an innovative curriculum that includes 3 years of undergraduate work followed by four years in a professional doctoral program with an integrated bachelor’s degree. In 7 years, students can obtain both a bachelor’s degree and a Pharm. D. degree.
Our new curriculum allows students to specialize in a career track, which will let them pursue their career interests and gain additional knowledge and skills in a specific area of pharmacy.
Why St. Louis College of Pharmacy is unique:
- Established in 1864, St. Louis College of Pharmacy is the oldest college of pharmacy west of the Mississippi.
- It is located in the Central West End Medical District of St. Louis, MO, home of Washington University Medical School and some of the best hospitals in the United States.
- Financial planning to map out how to pay for a 7 year degree....not just a semester.
Job opportunities include: Retail and hospital pharmacy, academia, consultation, managed care, pharmacy associations, pharmaceutical industry and military / public health service.
More than 95% of graduates pass the national and state licensure exams on their first try.
Nearly 100% job placement and nearly 95% employed in first choice setting
What St. Louis College of Pharmacy also has to offer?
- Men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's track and field, women's volleyball, women's softball, and men's and women's soccer.
- Five professional fraternities for men and women.
- Over 50 student organizations and clubs for students to involve themselves in.
Total enrollment: 1380
Estimated number of transfer students accepted into the first professional year......20 +
Average PCAT score: 79th percentile
Average GPA: 3.30
St. Louis is a world class city that offers St. Louis Rams football, St. Louis Cardinals baseball and St. Louis Blues hockey along with the St. Louis Science Center, Zoo and Art Museum Golf.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|Anatomy & Physiology I*||4||6.67|
|Anatomy & Physiology II*||4||6.67|
|Organic Chemistry I*||4||6.67|
|Organic Chemistry II*||4||6.67|
|World History I||3||5|
|World History II||3||5|
|General Chemistry I*||4||6.67|
|General Chemistry II*||4||6.67|
*courses must also include labs
All, but January 2014 is the last PCAT that we accept.
Only required for non-US citizens; select code 8246
Only U.S. credentials are considered
Closed File interview. It consists of two, 30 minute interviews with a faculty member. It is Pass/Fail.