An accredited pharmacy program means one approved by the board upon the recommendation
of the accrediting committee of the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
It shall be a pharmacy program which maintains at least a three-year course in pharmacy,
consisting of not less than thirty-two weeks of instruction each school year. Such pharmacy program shall require as a condition to enrollment therein two full
years of college or university credit. The combined course shall consist of five years of college or university credit each
year of which shall consist of not less than thirty-two weeks of instruction.
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