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As a pharmacist you’ll do more than fill prescriptions. You’ll monitor medication regimens and advise others on the effects and uses of medications, as well as their interactions with other drugs. You’ll also have a role in diagnosing acute ailments and consulting for nutrition and disease prevention. The pre-pharmacy track will prepare you for entrance into a Doctor of Pharmacy program—the required degree for all practicing pharmacists.

Graduate-level experiences for undergrads

microscope and brain

Study and research in the on-campus donor (cadaver) lab, a rare opportunity for undergraduates.


Pursue an internship at the on-campus Center for Balance, Mobility and Wellness.


Gain real clinical experiences through Gordon’s internship program at Duke University and the Gordon Medical Observership program.


For more information, contact:

Dr. Greg Keller
Professor of Biology

P 978 867 4852

Department Chair of Life, Health and Physical Sciences

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