Bachelor of Pharmacy


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Bachelor of Pharmacy

A university degree in the UK that was awarded after a 3-year undergraduate pharmacy program, which was superseded in 1997 by the Master of Pharmacy (MPharm), a degree awarded after a 4-year program through EU harmonisation.

Bach·e·lor of Phar·ma·cy

(Phar.B.) (bach'ĕ-lŏr fahr'mă-sē)
An undergraduate academic degree in the field of pharmacy that has now largely been supplanted in the U.S. by the Pharm.D. (q.v.).
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Willett received his Bachelor of Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees with honors from the University of Illinois at Chicago and completed a post-PharmD residency in adult internal medicine at Truman Medical Center and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
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