College Senior 2013-08-09T19:03:39Z
I'm in the pharmaceutical science program at my school and the curriculum is more intense than other programs at the school. I enjoy the program and the time I have to dedicate to study and keeping up with meeting with the professors. It's no walk in the park but it is all worth, all the late nights of studying and load of assignments to be completed will pay off in the end. There are a lot of internship and job opportunities, the facility is great and very comfortable where you can study and desk or tables, meet up with peers and enjoy the views.
College Senior 2013-08-09T18:56:27Z
As a pharmaceutical science major it is important that I do a internship. I have not yet had the opportunity to do one but it is in my future plans to get a internship. A internship is important and also it is helpful at the same time. Having a internship can help give you experience in your field of choice it gives you a idea on what you will be encountering on a daily basis and you gain experience. Internships held you meet new people and create worldwide connections that could help you for future purposes.
College Senior 2013-08-09T18:52:58Z
I am happy with my program of study if I could do it all over again I would. I plan to graduate with my bachelor degree in pharmaceutical science and a minor in biology. After I receive my degree I plan to apply to a pharmacy school to obtain my masters and then my Phd. I will like to work in a retail pharmacy or do research in a lab. My field of study have a broad area of jobs which I can work I am excited about my career or choice and look forward to starting it.
College Senior 2013-08-09T18:48:15Z
They require you have grades higher than C average. You are able to make a C but anything below is not acceptable. It is hard getting in to the program you are competing with a lot of students with high GPA's and B+grade averages.
College Senior 2012-12-02T07:31:43Z
I would say that I am happy about my program and that many of the troubles I have with my university tend to fall into the fields of accounting and their lack of advertisement, especially with grants. I have enjoyed many of the classes I have taken and have been able to work with my professors when I am absent from class due to conference attendances. More classes would be a nice addition to the English program, they only offer four creative writing courses and the literature courses are not the most interesting. The small class size allows me to build a relationship with my professors which is a great experience and asset when looking at graduate schools and jobs, I do not think attending graduate school will be a problem with my degree from Elizabeth City State University.
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