What should I do Pharmacy and transfering??

<p>Hi Everyone I needed some help and insight. I'm currently undecided but I'm really thinking of going into pharmacy. I'm currently attending St.Johns University. I'm not in their pharmacy I know that they do have a pharmacy program but I'm not to interested in their school since it was my safety and didn't get accepted into my reaches. Anyway I wanted to know what I should do in my situation because I really want to transfer ASAP. I just dont like commuting and the school doesn't really interest me that much. I'm currently taking Philosophy,Theology,Alegbra,Critical Thinkings Skills,College Experience and Speech Class. I wanted to know what I should take next semester to start getting ready for Pharmacy and should I stay at st.johns for 2 years then transfer to a pharmacy school or should I transfer to like rutgers or ohio state sophomore year and do undergraduate their then apply for their pharmacy program?? Also what are my chances on fininishing in 6 years if I already didn't have one prepharmacy semester would I have to make it up in summer or winter semester?</p>

<p>Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Northeastern University. To names two colleges in the northeast that have the Pharm Track. You could easily transfer into Rutgers and Ohio State (if you're in-state in either) but they're not the most competitve schools to get into. If you do marginally well (3.4+) you stand a high chance of getting in. I would only stay for one year if I were you. Two years are just too long to leave andp pick up everything over again. The 5th and 6th year of Pharm is mostly internship and a few classes here and there. It's the 3rd and 4th that will hurt the most academically.</p>

<p>thank you very much</p>