Yes, my school is like 70-80% female. I think the majority of students at my school are from California. Dunno about if its the Times Square Walgreens, but that is one of our sites.lol... were there that much females in your school as well? your school has a lot more asians than mines. Also is that the Time Square walgreens?
I also liked the "it requires less schooling than a doctor."I enjoyed the part where they talked about what pharmacists do. Other than, you know, telling people where things are and calling doctors.
Touro does 2 and 2, just sayin.I also liked the "it requires less schooling than a doctor."
Sure, there are 6 year programs and many schools will accept you after 2-3 years of undergrad when pre-reqs are done, but that doesn't change the fact that many still get 4 year degrees first and that some schools do require a bachelors for matriculation. Strictly speaking though, the time spent getting an MD, DO, and PharmD is all 4 years in a professional program. If you want to get super technical a pharmacist has more "schooling" since our programs are typically 3 years of academic didactic classes and 1 year of rotations verses 2 and 2.