I'm a first year at the University of Virginia, currently looking to pursue pharmacy school somewhere else after 2-4 undergrad years. My courses tend to focus in the biochemistry area for now.
The non-science requirements for pharm schools, however, are more flexible, so I've been able to take a few courses that just sound interesting
. So far I've tried a course in "theology, ethics, and health care" and a social psychology course, both of which turned out to be very rewarding. This coming semester I'm taking a course titled "Current Issues in Intellectual Property."
Should be interesting.
Money wise, eh, I get by. My parents refuse to pay for anything but tuition while I'm in school (not even textbooks
), so I'm pretty much living off the three grand I earned working in an office last summer. I'm learning to budget my money and I suppose that's a good thing.