The PharmD degree requires at least two years of undergraduate study and most student pharmacists complete three or more years of college before starting a pharmacy program. The undergraduate classes required for admission into a pharmacy degree program vary significantly from one institution to the next. Due to the variations in admission requirements and procedures among the colleges and schools of pharmacy, it is advisable to research different pharmacy programs. Visit the pharmacy school Web sites for course requirements.
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