Within the US today, a pharmacist must have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (Pharm.D). According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for pharmacists as of May 2008 is, $104,260. This would amount to $50.13 per hour.
Asked in Pharmacists
You finished your bachelors in pharmacy from India in 2005 and your masters from UK in pharmacology in 2007 what are the exams for which you can apply to be an pharmacist or can you be an pharmacist?
You cannot become a US Pharmacist with your four years of study in India. You have to study two years of bridge course in US for your Bachelors.Then you are eligible to be as a pharmacist with series of Board exams. ...
How many years of college for a pharmacist?
4 to 6 year depending on if you go for a bachelors or PharmD degree. However, it is less likely to get hired with a bachelors many place especially major chain pharmacies require a PharmD degree. ...
Whats the difference between a bachelors of art in legal studies and a bachelors of science in legal studies?
They are about the same. The bachelors of science will require more courses in the field of legal studies and the bachelors of arts will require more general education courses. ...
Are other degrees better than bachelors degree?
If you would like to advance in a field of business or make more money at your job then yes it is worth pursuing an education that is past a bachelors degree. ...
Asked in Pharmacists
How can one learn fast how to become a pharmacist?
You will have to receive at least a Bachelors degree in pharmacy from a state accredited university. After that you will have to attend a pharmacist's school to receive your pharmacy license. ...
Asked in Adderall, Bachelors Degrees
How many years is a bacholers degree?
It's typically four years PHD is about 8 more MD is 4 more after the Bachelors masters is usually one or two more after the bachelors but some places you can do bachelors in three and combine with the other PHD, MD or Masters for an overall reduced time. generally its not the Higher level degrees that are reduced but the bachelors. ...
Asked in Collective Nouns
What is the collective noun for bachelor?
I don't believe that there is a collective noun for bachelors, which is understandable, since bachelors don't normally hang out in groups. So, should you need to describe a group of bachelors, you are free to choose a noun that seems appropriate; for example, a barren of bachelors (not many), a bonus of bachelors (more than two), a blessing of bachelors (many), etc. ...
Asked in Pharmacy Technicians
How much does a pharmacy specialist make?
A pharmacist can make anywhere from 70K to 130K depending on location. However, a pharmacy specialist who specialize in nuclear pharmacy can make much more! check out http://www.getintopharmacyschool.com for more info on getting in! ...
Asked in Health, Pharmacists
How much does a pharmacist with an associates degree make a year?
You cannot be a pharmacist with an associates degree. The degree requirement is a doctorate (Pharm.D) ...
Asked in Bachelors Degrees
Can two AA degrees equal a BA degree?
No they do not. Each associates does not meet the requirements of a bachelors. Typically the bachelors has approximately half the program coursework at the more advanced level of junior and senior. The associates does not have these courses at the advanced level. No they do not. Each associates does not meet the requirements of a bachelors. Typically the bachelors has approximately half the program coursework at the more advanced level of junior and senior. The associates does not have these courses at...