In this regard, I feel that McWhorter School of Pharmacy offers me the best combination of these factors. The School is well-known for its scholarship, education, example and service as the School prospectus states. The School is accredited for producing competent pharmacists through its comprehensive training courses and competitive atmosphere that encourages an environment of high standards and excellence. The School stresses on the values of a high-quality education and the need to be good individuals at the same time. These values are reflected in the Mission statement of the School that emphasizes upon the ideology of preparing students and nurturing them to become proficient pharmacists and to endeavor to improve and advance the health of individuals throughout the world. In my view, inculcation of these values is significant in chiseling the personality of a person. A pharmacist’s job is not just to make medicines and sell them. It is through an exalted standard of professional ethics and values that one can be a good pharmacist.
McWhorter School of Pharmacy suits me for many other reasons besides its high educational standards and focus on grooming the students to be good pharmacists. The academic complex is located only 25 miles away from the residence of my brother and cousin. Therefore I can visit them frequently on the weekends. Moreover the college tuition fees are affordable and worth the education. I base this opinion from the research that I have conducted about the School. I first heard of the School through my friends. After reading about it on the Internet and in magazines, the School appeared to be an attractive option. I discussed my options with my employer too and he was also of the view that this School is a good choice for me. With my interest in the School piqued now, I visited it in Fall 2010. I came to interact with a number of people at the School. I asked the teachers about the way the course was