pharmaceutical courses

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My ultimate goal is to finish PharmD, I am currently taking the prerquisites and going to start the volunteer work. I want to apply to pharmaceutical sciences first and then transfer to pharmd, can I take pharmd classes while I am in pharmaceutical sciences?

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Usually they will still make you take those PharmD classes together with the rest of your class. I know I've taken a few additional courses that would transfer over but since they are a part of the professional part of the program I still need to retake them together with my class. Hope this helps!
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