I am an undergraduate sophomore planning to enter pharmacy school in the fall of 2006. I used to be pre-med, but opted for pharmacy because of the type of the stressful lifestyle the MDs usually attain. However, being the ambitious person that I can be, I am not sure if I will be satisfied with just a PharmD degree. Even though it is now standard that pharmacists obtain a PharmD degree instead of a BS, I want to differentiate myself and feel more secure with my career. I also want to have some sort of authority in my chosen field of study. The school I am planning to enter has combined degree programs that consist of PharmD/PhD, PharmD/MS, PharmD/MPH, and PharmD/MBA. These options are very attractive to me, and I am trying to have an open mind to each possibility. The combined degree options with MPH and MBA are self-explanatory for the most part, and the school offers MS/PhD programs in the following areas: Pharmaceutics Medicinal Chemistry Pharmacology and Toxicology Pharmacy (includes either Pharmacotherapy or Pharmacy Administration). I am more interested in MS/PhD degrees, but am undecided about which track I should pursue. Could anyone tell me what kinds of jobs I could have with each track? And, can anyone say the approximate possible salaries that come with the types of jobs. Better yet, is there anyone here that has graduated with these types of career options and what are your experiences? Thanks!