If you are already in a graduate program pursuing a PharmD, your major is pharmacy. If you are pursuing an undergraduate degree to apply to pharmacy school, you would likely major in Biology, chemistry or biochemistry. Each pharmacy school has their own prerequisites, so be sure to contact the school(s) that you are interested in and find out what they require for admission.
The important subject you are studying in college !!
High school diploma, then you get your bachelor's with a major in Biology or Biochemistry and then go to grad school.
This would depend on the university entry requirements for studying pharmacy. The subjects would include Mathematics, Biology and Science.
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medical skils you have to go to medical school to be a pharmacist
6 years to become a pharmacist.
Your start by studying pharmacology.
High school and College and Pharmacy School. Becoming a licensed pharmacist requires almost as much education as being a doctor.
To be a pharmacist in the USA you have to graduate from a recognized school of pharmacy and then pass a qualifying exam approved by the state where you want to be a pharmacist. There is a national test and many states accept that, but some do not.
Choosing a chemistry as a major subject is a wise decision if you are gonna pursue a career as a pharmacist. I think after you do your undergraduate you take the courses that are required to be a pharmacist and it should not take more than 3-4 years to get a pharmacist degree.
After pharmacy school? You could be a retail pharmacist, a hospital pharmacist, a researcher at a pharmaceutical company...
By studying hard in school.
There is no preset majors you need to start studying as a pharmacist but it depends on which program you are trying to join. There are direct six-year Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) programs such as St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences where you are recruited straight from high school. Other schools will require you to pass the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) and have a concentration in chemistry and biology regardless of your major. Check with your individual college to see their program admission requirements before applying.
I think that depends on your school. In my school, a consentration is taken in conjunction with another language under the heading "Modern Languages" and a major is just studying the language or culture or both.
The salary of pharmacist in Italy is the lowest in Europe. A pharmacist earns around 15.000 euros per year. Don't bother studying pharmacy in Italy unless you would like to stay poor all your life.
Some advantages of studying at school are that you can get a degree and can work at any place of the world with your degree.
An RN can become a pharmacist, but it will require returning to school. A pharmacist is required to take some very specific courses before becoming licensed.
You must complete pharmacy school (university level) in order to become a pharmacist. So, you must at least hold a GED.
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by studying and with your friends
usually a biology, biochemistry, or chemistry.
Yes, a felon can become a pharmacist. If a person can graduate pharmacy school and get a degree, then they are eligible to apply for any job.