Individuals who understand and excel in science may be interested in a pharmacy career. Continue reading to learn about the various education and career opportunities in this field.

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A career in pharmacy typically begins with an undergraduate program based around biological chemistry and physical science. To become a pharmacist, you must earn a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.). Research positions require a master's or a doctoral degree in pharmaceutical science, while an undergraduate award can lead to a career as a pharmaceutical assistant or pharmacy technician. For many of these careers, you'll have to obtain licensure and certification.

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