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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by shadoctor, Apr 6, 2007.
If you had to pick between these two schools (OOS for both) what would you pick?
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.
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.
location=east lansing, MI
MSU's class size is actually increasing to 156 this year with the new Grand Rapids campus expansion
Tuition at MSU as an OOS student is actually a bit higher than that.
why don't you tell us what you are looking for in a school, and what YOU think the pros and cons are.
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.