Actually, it took me 5 years. I didn't start on my PharmD until 2003. Did it thru the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences and their Non-traditional program. Now I have the same degree that all pharmacists graduate with now. There is no more bachelor's of pharmacy. And I always want to stress that it's not a PhD. I suppose I'm a doctor now like optometrists and podiatrists are.
I'm a hospital pharmacist here in hot south central Texas. Just wondered if there were any other RPh's or PharmD's out there that I could talk shop with. I will graduate with my PharmD on August the 8th...12 years after finishing pharmacy school with my bachelor's degree. Yes, Dr. Shawnie.
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