Pharmacy is for the students who want to pursue their career in medicine. The objective of this program is to make the students excel in science and mathematics, maintain very high standards of accuracy and attention to detail.
The Organizations that accredited a college for Pharmacy programs are listed below:
The subjects taught to the students in a Pharmacy are mainly foundations in Pharmaceutical Science which are Pharmacology, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacokinetics, and an introduction to Pathophysiology, Genetics, Microbiology, and Pharmaceutical Calculations etc.
Since there are no Associate’s, Bachelor’s or Master’s in Pharmacy, students looking out for Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D) should have a high grade in subjects like biology, calculus, organic chemistry, general chemistry, human anatomy and physiology, and statistics.
Also, students applying for Pharm. D should apply for Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) which a mandatory requirement in the United States.
The minimum qualification to study Pharmacy for a student is to he should have completed high school. Also if the student wants to become Pharm. D then he/she should have completed 3 to 4 years of undergraduate pre-professional course then 4 years academic course in a professional program related to pharmacy, So totally 8 years of college study is needed to attain Pharm. D.
Most of the colleges and universities which offer Pharmacy degree to students can learn about it through the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy’s Student Center where a selected college will be available to practice pharmacy as a career. The students can learn excellent customer care and communication skills, organizational skills and ability to prioritize work, business skills (if you're running a community pharmacy).
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Graduate Certificate Program