In 1978 I decided to become a pharmacist, for personal reasons.

I had a skin problem and wanted to be in a position to get the latest treatment without having to wait for the approval process. (Little did I know...)

Eventually, accutane became available, but it wasn't the cure-all for me. I would eventually grow out of it, about 35 years later.

After working for over twenty-three years in dispensing, I decided I wanted to do it differently. I wanted to help others but not behind a counter.

I know how much learning is required in pharmacy; that's why I decided to look for a more efficient and effective way to assist those who wanted to reach their career goal.

According to one website, our educational system hasn't changed in over 100 years. It's about time for an update.

The courses offered here are produced so that you can learn faster and retain what you've learned longer.

That's worth it