Check the following website, which mentions that:
To become pharmacist, you must ...
- have earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree
(standard starting entering students of year 2005).
- you can also receive training through the military.
- the degree program should be accredited by the
American Council of Pharmaceutical Education.
- a state licensing examination. On-the-job training by
working with a licensed pharmacist.
Your high school program should include English, mathematics, and sciences, preferably with some laboratory experience. Some schools require completion of specific subjects in high school such as two years of mathematics, four years of English, one or two years of laboratory science, and two or more years of history or government. In addition, college entrance examinations and other aptitude test may be required.
Good written and verbal communications skills are also important.
College requirements typically include two years of pre-pharmacy courses and four years of a professional program leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree. Pre-pharmacy courses include biology, chemistry, calculus, English, speech, and general education courses.
Admission in the professional phase of a pharmacy program is a competitive process which typically includes among the requirements an application form, personal interview, and letter of recommendation. http://www.uspharmd.com/rxpharmacist2.htm