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How many years of college do you need to become a pharmacist?

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Education requirements for pharmacists in the United States have changed in the past 10 years. Students used to choose between a five-year bachelor's of science degree in pharmacy or a six-year doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) program. Now schools only offer the PharmD degree.
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