Master's Degree in molecular medicine

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Hello everyone,


I am looking into a master degree and I found liberty university online masters program in molecular medicine (labs are in person), I just wanted to know if anyone has any information about the program and whether or not the schools would consider it or if you guys have any information I would really appreciate it.


thank you in advance

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I looked up the program briefly, it looks like it's an MA and not very science heavy. I would priorities a program that's cheap, one year, dental school linkage and very science heavy. That includes histology, immunology, gross anatomy, etc.....
Best way to know if schools would accept it is to call the schools you're applying to and get direct information. Goodluck!
 
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I looked up the program briefly, it looks like it's an MA and not very science heavy. I would priorities a program that's cheap, one year, dental school linkage and very science heavy. That includes histology, immunology, gross anatomy, etc.....
Best way to know if schools would accept it is to call the schools you're applying to and get direct information. Goodluck!

Thank you so much for taking the time to look it up, and do you have any programs that you suggested I am looking but can’t find something useful
 
If your ultimate goal is to enhance your academic progress for dental school look for SMPs, Special Masters Program, there are many of them and new ones are starting every year. However, you want high matriculation rate to enhance your chances. A quick search in SDN will make you an expert hahhaha. Also, almost all dental schools will have a master or post bachelorette program so you can start looking there as well. Some programs with high success rate:

Barry university
Case western university
Rutgers
And of course Boston university
 
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If your ultimate goal is to enhance your academic progress for dental school look for SMPs, Special Masters Program, there are many of them and new ones are starting every year. However, you want high matriculation rate to enhance your chances. A quick search in SDN will make you an expert hahhaha. Also, almost all dental schools will have a master or post bachelorette program so you can start looking there as well. Some programs with high success rate:

Barry university
Case western university
Rutgers
And of course Boston university
Thank you so much I honestly have been lost for the past few day, I was advised to take a master program but there is so many and a lot of them are confusing, I really appreciate the help
 
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