College of Pharmacy
1. The degree of Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) can be conferred upon a candidate enrolled in that program who has met the following requirements: satisfactorily completed the required curriculum; normally completed not less than eight semesters of resident study in an accredited school or college of pharmacy.
2. The degree of Bachelor of Science, with a major in pharmaceutical sciences, can be conferred upon a candidate enrolled in that program who has met the following requirement: satisfactorily completed the required curriculum, including the directed scientific electives, with a total of not less than 120 semester credit hours.
In addition to the specific program requirements, each candidate for graduation from a degree program at Purdue University must satisfy various University-wide graduation requirements: academic, scholastic, residence, fee payment, etc.