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PhD in Pharmacy in the US after B. Pharm
Asked by: vamshianup
Posted on Thu, 29 Jul 2010 05:55:47 GMT
I completed B. Pharmacy in Andhra Pradesh, India. I have passed the GPAT M. Pharm entrance examination held here and I am sure to get a seat in M. Pharm with specialization in Pharmaceutics… but, I want to pursue MS in Pharmaceutics from USA. Moreover, I heard that universities in USA are not offering MS programs in Pharmacy. Instead, they are offering general chemistry. Sor, I would like to know whether I can pursue my M. Pharm here and go to the USA for my PhD. In that case, will they offer me a PhD in Pharmaceutics, and what should my score in GRE to get a seat there be?
Following are some of the universities which offer PhD in Pharmacy program in USA:
University of Pittsburgh
Medical University of South Carolina
University of Southern California
The University of Texas at Austin
University of Arizona
University of Michigan
Ferris State University
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
You don't need to take GRE for a PhD program. However, if your Master's degree isn't recognized by the university you're applying to, you may be asked to join a Master's level in the USA before allowing you to continue with your PhD.
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