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Jennie Slawinski

Hi! Your undergraduate major is not very important to getting accepted into Pharmacy school! As long as you complete classes that are required by each pharmacy school you apply to then your actual major will not make much of a difference! Most people entering pharmacy school may have majors that are science/math related like Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, etc. just because these majors basically take care of those pre-reqs required for pharmacy school. If you choose something outside of science/math then you may have extra classes that are needed on top of your major course work. You should choose a major that is interesting to you and something you will enjoy doing for four years regardless if it ties to pharmacy or not! Good luck!

Answered 9 years ago

Jennie Slawinski