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Research Pharmacy Schools

Earning a Pharm.D. typically takes four academic years. Currently, an applicant can enter some pharmacy schools without a bachelor's degree, but this is slowly changing. Most Aggies entering pharmacy school have at least three years of undergraduate study, and over 83% have a bachelor's degree. 

A good source for information about all U.S. Pharmacy Schools is the Pharamcy College Application Service website, known as Pharmcas. In the school directory, you can look for schools which meet your needs. This directory contains a wealth of information about accreditation status, prerequisite courses, costs, supplemental applications, and deadlines. Each school will have its own section and includes information about program statitstics. Currently, there are nine pharmacy schools in Texas and 143 schools in the U.S.