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Apparently, one needs a bachelor's degree, before attending pharmacy school to get a PharmD, which is another 4 years. Then one completes a national licensing exam (the NAPLEX). The PharmD degree, by the way, is a doctorate... yes, you are officially entitled a "Doctor of Pharmacy." Does anybody know any pharmacists? If so, serious question- WTF do they do? I always sorta assumed they just chill behind the pharmacy counter and fill up bottles with doctor's prescriptions (that is, prescribed by a real doctor). Is there any justification whatsoever for requiring them to go to 4 years of a