Doctor of Pharmacy


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Doc·tor of Pharm·a·cy

(Phar.D.) (dok'tŏr fahr'mă-sē)
The first-level professional degree or professional doctorate that prepares the graduate for pharmacy practice. The multidisciplinary curriculum may focus on pharmacy-biomedical sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, social and administrative sciences, clinical sciences and experiential training. Entrance into a Phar.D. (Pharm.D.) program generally does not require prior reception of a college degree, although most accepted applicants hold one.
See: pharmacist
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Similarly, the last date for submission of admission forms of Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D) (Second, Third and Fourth) Professional annual examination 2015 with single fee is 10-8- 15 while the forms can be submitted with double fee till 13-8- 15.
The four-year pharmacy program involves three years of classroom, laboratory and early clinical experiences, and a fourth year of advanced clinical experiences leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree.
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in Biology from Middle Tennessee State University, and Doctor of Pharmacy with honors from the University of Tennessee, Memphis.
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McKenney received a bachelor of science degree in pharmacy from the Medical College of Virginia in 1968 and a doctor of pharmacy degree in 1972 from Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich.

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