The USC School of Pharmacy’s undergraduate program puts students on the path to achieving their professional goals, with a curriculum that not only introduces students to the spectrum of healthcare professions, but also provides the foundational knowledge on which they can build their futures. Designed to give students a foundational education for careers in pharmacy, medicine, dentistry and the biotechnology, pharmaceutics and biomedical industries, the USC School of Pharmacy undergraduate program includes the flagship major in Pharmacology and Drug Development, which uniquely spans the entire spectrum of clinical practice, drug discovery, regulatory science and health economics.
"We're going to see incredible innovation in the next 10 to 25 years. These programs will prepare students to be the leaders of this next wave of innovation."
Daryl L. Davies, PhD
Undergraduate Dean's List
Congratulations to the USC School of Pharmacy undergraduates who earned a 3.5 average or higher!
The USC School of Pharmacy Dean’s List is an academic honor awarded to undergraduate students who have declared a major in the USC School of Pharmacy’s pharmacology and drug development program, which began in the 2017-18 academic year. Each has achieved a semester GPA of 3.50 or higher on a 4.0 scale, while registered in a minimum of 12 units of letter-graded courses.