Helllo, I'm currently a Sophomore at Phoenix College. I have had my eye on Midwestern University in Glendale. I was wondering a few things because I visited Midwestern a year ago and asked about what it took to get into their pharmacy school. He had mentioned that most of the applicants accepted already had their bachelor's degree from ASU. So, I decided to get my prereq's done at a CC, transfer to ASU to major in Biochemistry, volunteer for a few months of shadowing a pharmacist, continue working as Phtech, attain my BA, take the PCAT, and apply. However, my advisor at PC, attended a conference at Midwestern and has a sheet with over two pages of names of those who were attending Midwestern from PC. He managed to convince me of their prepharmacy checklist that accepts students from PC and I decided to go for my Associate's in Science, instead. I planned on volunteering this year to shadow a pharmacist and studying on Orgo I so maybe I could take Orgo I during the summer? Not sure yet but I will get everything else done before next July, besides Orgo I and II. If not, I planned on working as a Phtech throughout that year while I take Orgo I and II and maybe take the PCAT afterward then apply. I have a 4.0 at PC and I've been to a private school throughout grade school and high school so I absolutely love smaller schools like PC as opposed to ASU. Will somebody PLEASE tell me this is the path they took for PC or another CC or is it better to get your BA? Since it is a doctorate program?? It's been driving me nuts!