Do you need to be really good at math/science to succeed in studying phramacy?
What if you took the required pre-pharm science/anatomy courses? Is general chemistry or human anatomy really that hard? I was told pharmacy is not as "left-brain" oriented as say, engineering or hard sciences?? Is that true? I am a History major that is considering pharmacy because of great future job growth in the healthcare/medical field, plus great paying job. I realize it’s going to take me like 6 years(2 year pre-pharm courses, then 4 year pharmacy program), so I want to ask around and then decide if the field is a decent fit for me or not.