Bsc Pharmacy doesn't exist only the 4-year Masters (MPharm) course exists.
(Original post by DrFantastic)
I'm looking at a course on UCAS and it says;
short form of course : MPharm4
I take it this means it's a masters degree.
Does this mean that you have get a Bsc in Pharmacy before applying for MPharm?
I'm just getting a bit boggled by the abbreviations here.
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