Most pharmacists have a master's degree. The most common areas of study are Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Pharmacy Administration And Pharmacy Policy And Regulatory Affairs, and Chemistry.

What degrees do pharmacists have?

The most common degree held by pharmacists is Pharmacy, held by 30% of pharmacists. Other common degrees include Pharmacology, Pharmacy Administration And Pharmacy Policy And Regulatory Affairs, and Chemistry.

Get a detailed breakdown of pharmacists and the different types of degrees they hold:

Degrees that pharmacists hold

Degrees % of pharmacists
Pharmacy 30%
Pharmacology 13%
Pharmacy Administration And Pharmacy Policy And Regulatory Affairs 4%
Chemistry 4%

What level of education do pharmacists have?

Pharmacists often have similar levels of education. 42% of pharmacists have a master's degree, with the second most common being a doctorate at 37%.

Level of education that pharmacists have

Education % of pharmacists
No education 0%
High school diploma 0%
Certificate or associate degree 0%
Bachelor's degree 21%
Master's degree 42%
Doctorate 37%