Master and PhD in Pharmacy

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Subject: Master and PhD in Pharmacy
Hi there,
I am just wondering if anyone knows anything about any universities in Canada that have Master and PhD program in Pharmacy for overseas university graduates?
I´m canadian permanent resident, but I studied overseas. And now I´m planning to continue to Master and PhD in Canada.
Thank you so much.

[07-09-2005,22:02]
Peggy
(in reply to: Master and PhD in Pharmacy)
There is no masters or PH.D in pharmnacy.


[08-09-2005,17:00]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Master and PhD in Pharmacy)
Best way to get information:
Go to websites of universities and do some research of you own. Call then even.

[10-09-2005,19:12]
Anonymous
Ugo (in reply to: Master and PhD in Pharmacy)
I though there was something linke PharmD, I wonder what that actually is. Anyone knows?

Thanks,

[23-09-2005,18:38]
Ugo
(in reply to: Master and PhD in Pharmacy)
Some schools call their pharmacology programs "professional" (like UofT) and some call them "masters" (like Waterloo). In either case you need an undergrad degree to be competitive (or just to be considered if your foreign schooling wasn´t UK/US).

I´m an artsie though and know shite all about the different schools´ reputations for that kinda jazz. I think this link will give you all you need (next time just use Google):

http://www.gradschools.com/listings/Canada/pharmacology_canada.html

[24-09-2005,00:28]
Anonymous



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