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Loyola Stritch vs Michigan State CHM

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by shadoctor, Apr 6, 2007.

Which would you pick?

  1. Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine

    21 vote(s)
    75.0%
  2. Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

    7 vote(s)
    25.0%
  1. shadoctor

    shadoctor 2+ Year Member

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    If you had to pick between these two schools (OOS for both) what would you pick?
     
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  3. StritchMD2011

    StritchMD2011 Member 10+ Year Member

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    I'm a bit partial towards Loyola, as I'm most likely going there next year. What's the tuition difference between the two, though? Loyola's tuition is the only reason I'm considering going elsewhere.
     
  4. hlchess

    hlchess 10+ Year Member

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    I dunno much about Loyola, but MSU has a strong focus on primary care. So you don't want to go there if you want to specialize.
     
  5. shadoctor

    shadoctor 2+ Year Member

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    BUMP

    Loyola:
    tuition=35k
    class=140
    location=chicago

    MSU:
    tuition:50k
    class=106
    location=east lansing, MI
     
  6. tdd340

    tdd340 Assistant to the sensei 10+ Year Member

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    MSU's class size is actually increasing to 156 this year with the new Grand Rapids campus expansion
     
  7. Orthodoc40

    Orthodoc40 7+ Year Member

    Tuition at MSU as an OOS student is actually a bit higher than that.
     
  8. Flopotomist

    Flopotomist I love the Chicago USPS 7+ Year Member

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    why don't you tell us what you are looking for in a school, and what YOU think the pros and cons are.
     
  9. shadoctor

    shadoctor 2+ Year Member

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    Aug 26, 2006
    Im not interested in primary care. I will have a masters degree in biomedical engineering and would love to do something like radiology, ortho surg, emerg medicine (this is subject to change of course when I start med school).

    Loyola: gorgeous facilities, nicest gym in the world, extremely friendly people, but a bit far from the city (thats the only con i can think of)

    MSU: great facilities, very friendly people, didnt think much of east lansing, they are big on primary care (im not) seems dead when the undergrads arent around, expen$ive!!

    I liked both schools but im leaning towards Loyola. Just wanted to see how SDN felt about the 2 schools.
     

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