Like to count pills? Actually this is a field that is very well paid, and offers flexible hours with little "on call" time. Not bad at all! At the health profession advisor conference, I heard talk of Walgreens and CVS offering to hire new pharm school grads on the spot for astounding salaries. Of course this is a career for the fastidious and careful; and you would need to know a good deal of physio/biochemistry I imagine to become more than just a pill counter and benefit your customers. I would recommend biology or chemistry as a major, or in the future, a biochemistry major.  -CS

BIO 150 - Biology I: Cells and Genetics Credits: 4

BIO 151 - Biology II: Animal Biology Credits: 4

CHE 111 - Principles of Chemistry I Credits: 4

CHE 112 - Principles of Chemistry II Credits: 4

CHE 211 - Organic Chemistry I Credits: 4

CHE 212 - Organic Chemistry II Credits: 4

MAT 134 - Survey of Calculus Credits: 4

MAT 220 - Biostatistics Credits: 4

PHY 119 - General Physics I Credits: 4 (some require II, most do not)

BIO 316 - Modern Genetics Credits: 4

BIO 341 - Biochemistry Credits: 4

Two semesters of writing

Economics/Accounting course, PSY 281 Drugs & Behavior (2 credits), Health Professions Seminars I - IV (taken in sophomore and junior years)