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Just-A-Boy 01-30-2006 12:46 AM

Baccalaureate in Pharmacy vs Doctor of Pharmacy
 
What is the difference between Baccalaureate in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy?

I know Texas and Boston are the 2 places that offer Baccalaureate in Pharmacy.

Any inputs would be appreciated. Thanks.

ace8484 03-07-2006 12:55 PM

Re: Baccalaureate in Pharmacy vs Doctor of Pharmacy
 
The Bachelor's degree in pharmacy is being phased out. You can no longer enter into this program at any school. It is being replaced with a 6 year Doctor of Pharmacy program.

Scotch 03-12-2006 08:03 AM

Re: Baccalaureate in Pharmacy vs Doctor of Pharmacy
 
I didn't think any state offered a Bachelor in Pharmacy anymore. Now you can only get a Pharm D, which is way better anyways.


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