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University of Michigan Medical School: M.S. Program in Physiology Review

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This post baccalaureate program is located in Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5622, and you can visit them on the web.

To be considered for acceptance here, you must Show evidence of a minimum undergraduate overall GPA to achieve admission:3.0. Also, you must Present minimum scores on one of the following tests tests as applicable: /MCAT 27, DAT 17, GRE 660Q/500V (162Q/150V new revised GRE). This is a Formal/Structured program developed to help you get acceptance to med school and other health professional programs. This program may be particularly attractive to Academic record-enhancers as they have many resources geared toward their needs, but many students can find a lot to like here in MI.

The program enrolls ~11-25 students per year, of which some 6-15 applied to med school in the prior year and some 6-15 were accepted.

You can enroll On a full-time basis only and classes may be taken For graduate credit only. Classes are offered Only during the day.

The University of Michigan Medical School: M.S. Program in Physiology has a minimum time of enrollment of 10 months and a max enrollment time of 12 months. Most individuals stay here about 12 months typically.

Some post bacc programs have what are called linkage programs with assorted medical institutions. The program’s information talks a bit about its linkage programs with other schools, though be sure to read all the fine print since some of these have conditions that might be difficult to meet.

Remember, nothing is certain until you have an acceptance letter in writing.

While no post baccalaureate programs come cheap, for many they can be a great value and help launch a successful career. Tuition is paid here $15,001 – 25,000 annually, or you can figure it hourly.

Federal financial aid for post bacs is tricky and depends on many factors. Aid available for students at this program includes federal, state aid, institutional aid, and private aid. Remember that aid amounts are subject to many variables, so please contact the program personally for the latest numbers.

If you want to get more information about this premedical program, their contact person is Elizabeth Rust or Michael Ferrari, msphysiology@umich.edu. You can also reach them by telephone at 734-763-2921.

So what do you think about this program? Whether you’re a current or former student, or a friend or family member of one, please rate this program below and share your own experiences and opinions. Your sharing could make a big difference for someone else starting down the same road

If you’re a representative of this program and would like to add or amend anything in this review, please email me at dave@postbaccalaureatepremedicalprograms.com from your official email address and I’ll change it as soon as possible. Prospective students would love to hear directly from you, so please share as much as you would like.

University of Michigan Medical School: M.S. Program in Physiology Review3.25admin2012-08-23 16:52:18Review of this post baccalaureate premedical program

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  1. Cassandra

    October 2nd, 2012 01:08 PM

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    Good school

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