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LIST of all masters POST-BACC's

Discussion in 'Postbaccalaureate Programs' started by toxin, Dec 5, 2003.

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  1. toxin

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    Georgetown SMP

    Tulane


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    BiOGoly Don't Remember

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    I've yet to come across a complete listing of special masters programs for med school admissions. New programs seem to pop up every so often (probably because of profitablity) . So here is the most complete list of SMP you can probably find:

    BU Masters in Medical Science

    Finch Masters of applied physiology

    Indiana U. Masters of Physiology

    Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Program at Tulane University

    PCOM - Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (M.S.)

    Tulane ACP

    Drexel IMS program

    Georgetown University

    Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Newark Campus MSB Home

    Midwestern University AZ-Biomed

    NYMC - GSBMS - Admissions

    Tulane Masters of Pharmacology

    You're welcome

    IMHO: BU and Finch are a total waste of cash...insanely expensive. BU does boast very impressive matriculation rates though, so if you happen to be "well heeled" I guess it's still a good option. Finch's program sounds more like a cash cow for milking suckers...but i could be wrong, they dont post matriculation rates.
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    thanks for the list..its great

    is that basically the entire list or does anyone else know any other programs? and also, what are your opinions as to which one is the best, or top three I guess would be more viable, cheapest, worst!...etc

    I know G'town is really good but i guess its quite competitive..
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    CaptainJack02 let's stir and shake

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    Check out this link:
    http://services.aamc.org/postbac/

    AAMC keeps a list of all these programs. I just started loooking for Post-Bacc and special masters programs and found the site to be very helpful. It even tells you which programs are academic ehnancers, which are for career changers who have never taken the requisite science classes before, and which are for miniorities/underrepresented peeps.

    Cheers,
    Captjack
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    This is great I'll add a few more. This is mainly a list of 1 year master's programs as far as I know.

    Arizona Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences

    Barry Masters in Biomedical Sciences

    Dartmouth Master of Science (M.S.) Program

    BU Masters in Medical Science

    Finch Masters of applied physiology

    Indiana U. Masters of Physiology

    Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Program at Tulane University

    PCOM - Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (M.S.)

    Tulane ACP

    Drexel IMS program

    Georgetown University

    Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Newark Campus MSB Home

    Midwestern University AZ-Biomed

    NYMC - GSBMS - Admissions

    Tulane Masters of Pharmacology

    You're welcome

    IMHO: BU and Finch are a total waste of cash...insanely expensive. BU does boast very impressive matriculation rates though, so if you happen to be "well heeled" I guess it's still a good option. Finch's program sounds more like a cash cow for milking suckers...but i could be wrong, they dont post matriculation rates. [/B][/QUOTE]
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    In order to receive a masters degree from the Drexel IMS program, you must complete the second year (aka the MMS-Master of Medical Science year). If you only do the IMS year, you receive a certificate of completion and your transcript lists the graduate level courses you took.
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    Can someone give me information about NYMC? I am applying there for PhD in Pharmacology. I would like to know if it is hard to get in the program. I'll appreciate any information. Thank you.

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