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6 year pharmacy programs

expressexpress Registered User Posts: 40 Junior Member
edited April 2010 in College Admissions
Hi, I'm kind of confused right now. I am in high school and looking at pharmacy colleges. Does a 6 year pharmacy school mean that you are automatically in at their pharm D. program. What colleges for sure have this becuase some of the schools that people are saying have a 6 year pharmacy program reallly don't like Duquese University. I called them and they said you would have to apply to pharmacy program after 2 years.

These are the colleges I was wondering are 6 year or not for sure:

Ohio Northern
Hampton University
Florida A & M
St.Louis College of Pharmacy
St.John's University
University of Texas at Austin
University of Rhode Island
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