The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences offers a bachelor of science in general science with a concentration in clinical research. This degree option is only offered to Campbell University students that have completed the prescribed pre-pharmacy curriculum, general college curriculum, one year of the B.S. in pharmaceutical sciences or clinical research curriculum, and one year of the doctor of pharmacy curriculum.
Depending on the major, the respective program director for clinical research will work with these students during the third year of matriculation. After acceptance into the doctor of pharmacy program, students can declare their intent to earn the B.S. in general science with a concentration. The program director will confirm the degree requirements have been met.
Students benefit from earning a B.S. after four years of matriculation, including one year of matriculation after acceptance into the doctor of pharmacy program. A B.S. degree combined with the doctor of pharmacy may provide graduates with additional opportunities in the future.