No. As the entrance procedure to some schools, you might be required to write an essay on a general topic such as "why I would make a good pharmacist?" or something similar. Standard entrance requirements are completing the required prerequisites, a good GPA, a good PCAT score and having a personal interview at the school.
i don't know the exact answer regarding to your question but i have an idea... go to yahoo search then type >>apa, reference.. it's a guide for doing a thesis..
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I am not a pharmacist but I am familar with the Pharmacist School rewuirements. I know insome programs they give you a choice of a dissertation or a project. THe said thing is that most Pharmacist that are over 34 only had to have a 5 year bachelors degree.
PS Look at Texas Tech in Amarillo they are a great school or UT. Stanford is the #1 School and UT the #2.
In order to become a pharmacist, you do not need to do a dissertion. You just need the required classes, experience and some school require the PCAT.
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