posted by Anonymous on .
Pharmacists who are trained in the United States must earn a Pharm.D. degree from an accredited college or school of pharmacy. The Pharm.D. degree has replaced the Bachelor of Pharmacy degree, which is no longer being awarded. To be admitted to a Pharm.D. program, an applicant must have completed at least 2 years of specific professional study. This requirement generally includes courses in mathematics and natural sciences, such as chemistry, biology, and physics, as well as courses in the humanities and social sciences. In addition, most applicants have completed 3 or more years at a college or university before moving on to a Pharm.D. program, although this is not specifically required.
--Wondering--Does this just count for the US? Or Canada as well?
Since I live in Canada, I am actually looking for information on education and training requirements. Can't find the information that I need.
These sites have your answers.
Thanks so much for the sites Ms. Sue. And also for that history post of mine, do I still need to add more information, or do I have all the information I need?
I think you have enough information. Be sure you read what bobpursley and Writeacher posted for you.
Okay thank you. Ms. Sue I tried looking for the approximate salary in the sites you suggested, but I only found this table, and I don't think it was about the salary. Could you please tell me where I can find the approximate salary.
The salary varies from place to place -- but this site has the details.
Thank you so much. How much would this be in a year?
$30 and $60 an hour.
You can multiply:
30 * 40 * 52 = ?
60 * 40 * 52 = ?
That's figuring a 40-hour week for 52 weeks a year.
62,400 thousand a year
124,800 a year.
So it can range from 60,000-130,000 a yr.
And I've asked another question on my other post.