You are correct about 0-6. 2+4 is just what "regular" programs that don't require bachelors' degrees are called. You take 2 years of prepharm, apply to the professional phase, interview, PCAT, etc...I'm guessing the 0-6 program is for those straight out of high school?
But what about the 2+4 program, I never heard of that before.
0-6=guaranteed acceptance into professional phase, no PCAT, no interview.Still... What's the difference? That in 0-6 you stay in the same school and 2+4 you complete pharm school at a different university some time after you've completed your pre-req's?