Pharmacy programs use curriculum from Biology, Chemistry, Business, Technology, and others. Pharmacy is very popular with students who enjoy working both in the life sciences, and directly with the public. The newest emerging major in this field is called Pharmaceutical Sciences. This is more concerned with invention and manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, rather than being a track to being a PharmD (Pharmacist). CM101 features some 0-6 and 0-7 programs that track from entry as a freshman to a full PharmD.
"Admission to the Seven-Year BS/PharmD program and the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences will be conditional, requiring continued strong academic performance in the third year of required undergraduate courses. The fourth year of a student's undergraduate work will overlap with the first year of pharmacy school. At the end the first year of pharmacy school the student will receive the Chemistry BS Degree. The students admitted through this program are expected to demonstrate outstanding academic performance and strong potential for leadership."
(Provided By: The University of of California-San Diego)
"Our BS in pharmaceutical sciences program provides you with a foundation in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and pharmaceutics. You’ll sharpen your technical skills through nine laboratory-based courses and faculty-directed undergraduate research projects in a variety of biotechnology and pharmaceutical facilities."
(Provided By: The University of The Sciences)
"We boast a direct entry (0-6) PharmD program – one of only seven in the nation. This means you’re admitted to the pharmacy program on day one. No waiting, no hoops, no denials after you’ve invested several years of college coursework. You get to be a pharmacist-in-training from the moment you arrive on campus."
(Provided By: Ohio Northern University)
"The UA BSPS is a new, four-year degree program designed by experts in pharmaceutical sciences to produce graduates who understand drug design, development and regulation. The BSPS curriculum will prepare you for immediate employment in many biomedical research settings, as well as making you a competitive applicant for post-baccalaureate education in graduate or health-professional studies. It is the only degree of its kind in the southwestern US."
(Provided By: The University of Arizona)
"The B.P.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences offers students appropriate preparation for entry into careers and/or graduate study in areas such as pharmaceutical and cosmetic manufacturing, marketing, insurance, regulatory affairs and sales. In is intended as a program that has wide applicability in pharmaceutical-related fields that do not require licensure as a pharmacist."
(Provided By: Long Island University)
"Through the integrated Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program, students complete undergraduate requirements and enter into the professional program. As long as requirements are met, most students enter the Pharm.D. program without additional testing."
(Provided By: The University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy-St Louis)
"The Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS) is a four-year undergraduate program offered by the Pharmaceutical Sciences Division. The BSPS degree program is designed for students who wish to pursue technical positions in industrial, academic, or other research environments. This degree also prepares learners to enter professional or graduate school in pharmacy, medicine, and pharmaceutical sciences."
(Provided By: Florida A&M University)