No, you will need both higher level math and chemistry courses to qualify for pharmacy school.
You should contact your local school of pharmacy. They may offer courses that you need and can discuss the education, testing and qualifications that are needed to become a pharmacy technician.
You can have a 4 year degree in ANYTHING. As long as you have the medical prerequisite courses and an MCAT score you can apply anywhere. Pharmacy school is an entirely different thing. You must apply to a pharmacy school to be a pharmacist. Again you must have the pharmacy prerequisite courses to be accepted and must have a PCAT score. The higher the GPA and MCAT/PCAT score is, the better chance you have on being accepted. You will also need to do some extracurricular activities such as volunteering, shadowing, and research in order to make your application more attractive to admissions committees.
First you need a highschool diploma. Then you need to attend a good university and do pharmacy pre requisite courses to qualify to make an application to a college of pharmacy. The pre requisites can take you up to 4yrs at a good university to complete. then you apply to a college of pharmacy and then complete 4 more years of school. Then you graduate a Doctor of Pharmacy.
You need a Pharm D, which is a Doctorates in Pharmacy. You can go for a minimum of 2 years of pre-pharmacy and if you get in to Pharmacy school then you have to go for 4 years of pharmacy school.
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A pediatrician is a doctor--an M.D. You would need premed courses, and then you would have to go to medical school.
Experience is the course that would land you a CEO's job. No high school, college or training courses would do that.
You should focus on college preparation courses, particularly math and science. If your school offers AP classes, you could skip some of these courses in college if you get a decent score on the AP exam. It would also be a good idea to start getting some experience in pharmacy or general healthcare by shadowing a pharmacist or doing volunteer work at a healthcare facility. Contact an advisor at the pharmacy school that you are interested in and find out what their program requires.
Yes. To be an intern you need to have a license, and part of the license application needs to be filled out by the school of pharmacy you are enrolled at. You can work in a pharmacy as a technician. You will have a lower pay rate than an intern, but you don't need an intern's license.
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the courses that you need to take to become a nurse would have to be:biology, chemistry and other courses that have to do with science and other types that have to do with nursing
To get an entry level pharmacy job, you need no training. You are usually provided with on-the-job training. However you can study and take courses to pass the PTCE, in order to become a nationally certified pharmacy technician (CPhT).
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Make an appointment at the university you would like to attend to discuss what you need to do to complete your degree. Make sure you take your transcript and a description of the courses you took with you to the meeting.
Chemistry would be a good start
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It depends where you are going to school for your degree. For example, I didn't need any college math courses for my BSN, but you do need to be able to do drug calculations, which is mostly multiplication. I would check with the school you are planning to attend
I would suggest looking into a technical school. Many of these classes need to teach you how to write for ab business.
You need teacher certification to be a coach, so yes, you would have taken the courses to get the courses you need for certification. Also, you would need to have a minor subject that you teach--such as math, English, history, so you would need to have classroom skills.
Pharmacy technician requires a certification to be completed. This certification can be completed through a specialty school or vocational school.
This varies from school to school. Generally you need your core classes of English, Math, and Psychology. You will also take a Anatomy and Physiology or something close to that name. There are some medical terminology courses and then finally clinicals.
a background of math and medical terminoligy is helpful. You will also need to complete certificate program for Pharmacy Technician at a school of your choice.
It depends on which pharmacy school you want to go to. These for sure: Calculus, Chem 1 & 2 (w/ lab), Organic Chem 1 & 2 (w/lab), Eng Comp 1 & 2, Anatomy & Physiology 1 (w/lab), Biology 1 (w/lab), 4 additional credits of either Bio or A & P. In addition to these, the university you will attend will more than likely have aditional requirements in order to obtain a BS in Chemistry. (Which is what you need to have before applying to pharmacy school.) For example, I have to take Physics 1 & 2, and Calculus 2 to get my BS in Chemistry, but the pharmacy school I want to go to does not require these. You should go to the university from which you will get your BS's website to look up the coursework for your major (chemistry) to see requirements from them. Also, the pharmacy school you wish to attend may have other required coursework that your university does not. For example, the pharmacy school I will be applying to requires that I take microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Statistics, but my university does not require these courses. You should go to the pharmacy school's website and find admissions, then prerequisites. In order to apply to pharmacy school you must get your BS and complete the required prerequisites that your pharmacy school specifies. (They will also probably have a minimum GPA requirement for all Science and Math courses.)