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  1. DrBowtie

    DrBowtie Final Countdown Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    Below is the list I compiled of programs. If you would like to add a program, just follow the format.

    MD/MBA School Characteristics

    Baylor School of Medicine & Rice Business School
    Admissions: Concurrent or During Second Year
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 2 Yrs Split, 1 Yr Med School
    Website: http://www.jonesgsm.rice.edu/jonesgsm/Joint_MBA-MD_Program.asp

    Boston University School of Medicine & School of Management
    Admissions: Concurrent or During Third Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Year Split.
    Website: http://www.bumc.bu.edu/Dept/Content.aspx?DepartmentID=37&PageID=9628

    Case Western University SOM & Weatherhead School of Management
    Admissions: Concurrent or During First Year
    Curriculum: 3 Options
    Website: http://weatherhead.case.edu/mba/ft_joint_mdmba.html

    Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons & Columbia Business School
    Admissions: During Second or Third Year
    Curriculum: Flexible
    Website: http://www2.gsb.columbia.edu/students/MD-MBA_handbook.pdf

    Cornell Weill Medical College & Johnson School of Management
    Admissions: During Third Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Year Split.
    Website: http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/academic/tmo/mdmba.html

    Dartmouth Medical School & Tuck School of Business
    Admissions: Concurrent or During First Year
    Curriculum: Flexible, Business Year after 2nd or 3rd Med Year.
    Website: http://www.dms.dartmouth.edu/mdmba/

    Drexel University College of Medicine & LeBow College of Business
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 3Yr Med School, 1 Yr Business, 1 Yr Med School
    Website: http://www.lebow.drexel.edu/Prospects/Graduate/MdMBA/index.php

    Duke University School of Medicine & Fuqua Business School
    Admissions: During Second Year
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr Split, 1 Yr Med School
    Website: http://dukemed.duke.edu/Curriculum/index.cfm?method=Dual

    East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business, 2 Years Med School
    Website: http://www.ecu.edu/med/education/MD_MBAprog.htm

    Georgetown University
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 3 Yr. Med, 1 Yr Business, 1 Yr. Split
    Website: http://data.georgetown.edu/som/curriculum/InfoSheet4.pdf

    Harvard Medical School & Harvard Business School
    Admissions: Concurrent or During First Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr. Split.
    Website: http://www.hbs.edu/mba/academics/mdmba.html

    Indiana University School of Medicine & Kelley School of Business
    Admissions: Concurrent or through Third Year
    Curriculum: Mostly Night classes
    Website: http://medicine.iu.edu/~gradschl/combined/MDMBA/

    Jefferson Medical College & Widener University
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 2 Yr Med School, 1 Yr Business, 2 Yr Med School
    Website: http://www.jefferson.edu/jmc/admissions/programs.cfm
    http://www.widener.edu/Academics/Sc...ical_Services_Administration/Dual_Degree/3165

    Mount Sinai School of Medicine & Zicklin School of Business
    Admissions: Concurrent or During First Year
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Split, 1 Yr Med School, 2 Yrs Split
    Website: http://www.mssm.edu/medschool/md_mba/

    Northwestern University SOM & Kellogg School of Management
    Admissions: During Third Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr Split.
    Website: http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/admissions/programs/dualdegree.htm

    Ohio State University School of Medicine & Fisher School of Business
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 2 Yrs Split.
    Website: http://fisher.osu.edu/prospective/graduate/joint-programs/our-programs/mba-md

    Rochester School of Medicine & Simon School
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business, 2 Yrs Med School.
    Website: http://www.simon.rochester.edu/programs/program_joint.aspx

    SUNY – Buffalo
    Admissions: Concurrent or During First or Second Year
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business, 1 Yr Med School, 1 Yr Split
    Website: http://www.mgt.buffalo.edu/mba/MDMBA narrative.rtf

    Temple School of Medicine & Fox School of Business
    Admissions: During First or Second Year
    Curriculum: Flexible
    Website: http://www.sbm.temple.edu/curricula/md-mba.html

    Texas A&M College of Medicine & Mays Business School
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: 2 Options
    Website: http://medicine.tamhsc.edu/admissions/dualdegree.htm

    Texas Tech University
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 4 Yrs Split and Summers
    Website: http://www.ttuhsc.edu/som/admissions/mba.aspx

    Tufts University
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 4 Yrs Split and Summers
    Website: http://www.tufts.edu/med/mdmba/index.html

    Tulane University School of Medicine & Freeman School of Business
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: No Data
    Website: http://www.som.tulane.edu/student_prospective.html

    University of Arkansas
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 1 Yr. Business, 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr. Split
    Website: http://www.uams.edu/com/applicants/mdmba.asp

    UC - Davis
    Admissions: Concurrent or First and Second Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med, 1 Yr Business, 1 Yr Med.
    Website: http://som.ucdavis.edu/ea/education/mdmba/mba

    UC - Irvine
    Admissions: Second or Third Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yr Med, 1 Yr Business, 1 Yr Split
    Website: http://www.ucihs.uci.edu/com/mdmba/

    UC - Los Angeles
    Admissions: During Third Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yr Med, 1 Yr Business, 1 Yr Split
    Website: http://www.medsch.ucla.edu/curriculum/year4/mdmba/default.htm

    University of Chicago Pritzker & Chicago Business School
    Admissions: Concurrent or During Second Year
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr Med School, 1 Yr Split.
    Website: http://pritzker.bsd.uchicago.edu/students/dualDegree/mdmbaGeneralInfo.html

    University of Cincinnati College of Medicine & College of Business
    Admissions: During Years 1-3
    Curriculum: 3 Options
    Website: http://www.med.uc.edu/admissions/pathway/index.cfm#combined

    University of Colorado
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: 3 Yr. Med, 1 Yr Business, 1 Yr Split
    Website: http://www.uchsc.edu/sm/sm/mdmbadegree.htm

    University of Connecticut
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs. Med, 1 Yr Business, 2 Yr Split.
    Website: http://medicine.uchc.edu/departments/studentservices/admissions/mdmba/index.shtml

    University of Illinois - Urbana
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: No Data
    Website: http://www.med.uiuc.edu/msp/pdf/MD-MBABl.pdf

    University of Iowa Carver SOM & Tippie School of Business
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr Split, 1 Yr Med School.
    Website: http://www.uiowa.edu/~hsr/Assets/images/pubspdfs/combined degree.pdf

    University of Michigan SOM & Ross Business School
    Admissions: During Third Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr. Split.
    Website: http://www.med.umich.edu/medschool/admissions/combined.html

    University of Minnesota
    Admissions: During Third Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yr Med School, 1 Year Business, 1 Yr Split.
    Website: https://www.meded.umn.edu/admissions/MD-MBA.cfm

    UMDNJ – Medical School & Rutgers Business School
    Admissions: During First Year
    Curriculum: 2 Options
    Website: http://business.rutgers.edu/graduate/mdmba/md-mba-nk.htm

    UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson & Rutgers Business School
    Admissions: During First Year
    Curriculum: 1 Yr Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 3 Yrs Med School.
    Website: http://rwjms.umdnj.edu/education/educational_programs/dual_degree_programs.htm

    University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine & Wharton Business School
    Admissions: Concurrent or During First Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr. Split.
    Website: http://www.med.upenn.edu/education_mdmba.html

    University of Southern California
    Admissions: No Data
    Curriculum: 2 Yr. Med, 2.5 Split
    Website: http://www.usc.edu/schools/medicine/education/degrees_programs/mdp/mdmba.html

    UT Southwestern & School of Management At UT-Dallas
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr Split.
    Website: http://www8.utsouthwestern.edu/utsw/cda/dept21170/files/126421.html

    Vanderbilt School of Medicine & Owen School of Management
    Admissions: Concurrent or During Yrs 1-3
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Year Split.
    Website: http://owen.vanderbilt.edu/vanderbilt/Programs/mba/joint-degrees/mba-md/index.cfm

    Wake Forest School of Medicine & Worrell Professional Center
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 1 Yr Business, 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Split.
    Website: http://www.mba.wfu.edu/admissions/joint/mdmba.cfm

    Wright State School of Medicine & Raj Soin College of Business
    Admissions: Concurrent
    Curriculum: 5 Yrs Split
    Website: http://www.med.wright.edu/md-mba/

    Yale School of Medicine & Yale School of Management
    Admissions: Concurrent or During Second Year
    Curriculum: 3 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business School, 1 Yr Split.
    Website: http://mba.yale.edu/mdmba/mdmbahome.shtml
     
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  3. civic4982

    civic4982 FM => Geri 10+ Year Member

    straight out of school an into residencies I'd estimate around 250-300 tops. as far as other MDs going back for MBAs I couldn't begin to take a stab at that one.
     
  4. DrBowtie

    DrBowtie Final Countdown Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    Most program are 5-8 people per year. I would say approx 200 graduate.
    MWARD04, How about a sticky?
     
  5. Shredder

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    mward04, im thinking about applying to emory but i noticed theres no "official" joint program for md mba. what do you have to say about your experience?

    brett (or anyone), whats your take on the official bit, i know some good schools like stanford and NYU do not have them :( though i wouldnt get into stanford anyway but nyu would be sweet. i think the "official" topic has been addressed before, but im particularly concerned about it now that i have to finalize a list of schools to apply to. virginia as well does not have one. UNC does not, and i dont know about washington but im concerned about dipping that low businesswise bc im really planning on leveraging my mba in my future=NW, dartmouth :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
  6. mshheaddoc

    mshheaddoc Howdy Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    Great list!

    This information isn't completely accurate for UMDNJ. There is a program down in southern NJ *there are two branches for clinicals for RWJ, one in north jersey and one in south jersey* as well which they are trying to find another joint degree partner (Rutgers-Camden sucks - and I can say that, I went there and knew the first student in the pilot program. The program MADE her take the GMAT even though she shouldn't have needed to, financial aid was A MESS, and they aren't very helpful in general for the program down there with getting you out in one year due to the fact its a 60 credit program!). You can pretty much do their program at any time you want. I know someone in NB doing it before their first year of med school, my friend did it btw III and IV. If you take the Cooper route, I believe they are looking into a school in philly. Nothing confirmed with that though. If interested, I can ask the dean.
     
  7. mward04

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    I've gotten what I want to out of the "unofficial" program but I feel like I missed some of the synergies that could have emerged by coordinating the two programs i.e. Yale. You won't go wrong with Emory especially if this is the place you want to be.

    Mike
     
  8. DrBowtie

    DrBowtie Final Countdown Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    I dunno about official programs. On one hand, I think it would help to have others going through the same thing. I dunno if you had other students doing the same thing with you Mike. Also, in a combined program I think they would give you more assistance in scheduling. Again, Mike I don't know if you just took a year of absense or what. I think you should probably contact the B school of your choice and see what is feasible. Also, as Mike said the synergy of it would give a more direct correlation.
     
  9. Shredder

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    i talked to one md mba student at stanford (unofficial) and he recommended to seek a joint, if you already know going into med school that you want an mba. he did not originally have plans for it and took it up later. i think it boils down to help from advisors and an understanding between schools. in official you wont be quite as much of a standout and you can get some guidance and support, whereas unofficial you may be on your own. med schools tough enough as it is, it would be hard to squeeze in b school "on the side".

    on the other hand, emory (gouizeta, geez hard to spell) might give free coke? :p

    oh man i finally deciphered your signature, first i thought it was just A's and i figured hmm what a screwup, whats this guy thinking of premed and md/mba haha quite the opposite it seems
     
  10. DrBowtie

    DrBowtie Final Countdown Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    LOL Shredder. Of course I have the goods. I too would like to end up at some top programs but since I am in the midwest, I'm mainly focusing on the Chicago schools and PENN :love: . I have a wharton alumni that could be in my LOR arsenal so we will see. I recently dropped a lot of my bio electives and am picking up more business classes.

    Again my only concern is missing some elective clerkships since I want to do Rad Onc or Rads or something else fairly competitive so I will need all them for doing away rotations. Although with the split, it might be better since you can do aways in the specialties you want and then once you submit your match list you can break from medicine until residency.

    BTW I am trying to set up an internship with Humana that should be pretty sweet.
     
  11. mshheaddoc

    mshheaddoc Howdy Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    I love Penn's MBA with health care track :love: I wish I had done that program :(
     
  12. Shredder

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    humana looks interesting. if i had known i was going to quit my lab at the start of summer i wouldve loved to set something up with pfizer or genentech or something like that :(. get a hotshot position and make the most of it, maybe you can take it up again in the future. is it public--market cap=?

    chicago hell yeah lets kellogg it. ha wow youve looked extensively into all the nitty gritty details, i guess im just putting that off until i have to make decisions, if i have the luxury of even doing so. sorry i wont be joining you if you penn it, im not going to apply to their med, too highly ranked. i hope with 3.8/37 i can make NW or dartmouth (uchicagos not as nice as NW i believe), since they are ranked medically at ~20, 35 but biz 4, 5, although other than my stats im somewhat crappy, at least in med schools eyes.

    my bros doing his rads residency right now, residencys grueling. when are you planning on gmatting it? i just cracked open a kaplan book--im liking it dude, looks nice and comfy compared to mcat.

    gmat pros:
    • take any day you want
    • 4 hours
    • gauge how well youre doing dynamically (if ?s are damn hard youre golden)
    • find out score immediately after test
    • scores reported in 2 weeks
    • no crude bubbling and essay writing
    it just makes mcat look like a caveman tablet test. those sophisticated businessmen, much more with it than the nostalgic docs
     
  13. DrBowtie

    DrBowtie Final Countdown Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    UPENN too highly ranked for a 3.8/37? I know you don't have any volunteer experience but I would still go for it. I am going to GMAT it in April during the normal MCAT period since I am taking the August MCAT before my junior year so depending on if I get high enough (35+ from PTs it is doable) I might have to retake in April.

    Is there a rule about how many times you can take the GMAT in a year?
     
  14. Shredder

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    35+ youll get it, just go about studying right, im certain youre capable on first shot. gmats such a relief after it, like a reward. penn and other top top schools i doubt ill get in, ive seen what their matriculants look like and i dont really fit the bill. not that im not good enough, theres just a certain cookie cutter formula that one must fit (more than volunteering i.e. prez of this or that club, helping poor ppl in africa, publishing). dukes the highest med im applying to and thats unlikely. though theyll all send 2ndaries im sure to take my money and time and effort.

    if you end up having to postpone gmat like me i dont think its a big deal, i think the number of students who apply md/mba right off the bat is very small. although i guess that could be to your advantage? i dont know about gmat limits, havent looked into it, im hoping to get ~750 on first try, so far the prospects look auspicious. but, i believe biz schools only receive your most 3 scores, so you might be able to just load up on administrations if you have the money and gall for it.
     
  15. DrBowtie

    DrBowtie Final Countdown Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    Hmm...better get working a cold fusion reactor if I want Penn.
     
  16. SanDiegoSOD

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    Great job, Brett, thanks a lot! :thumbup:
     
  17. SanDiegoSOD

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    Or start a chapter of Students for Organ Donation: http://studentdonor.org/

    And no, I don't have a vested interest in the organization ;)
     
  18. Will Hunting

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    You're already getting 35+s on practice tests Brett? nice. I haven't started prepping but I should, will be a sophomore. You have nothing to worry about.
     
  19. DrBowtie

    DrBowtie Final Countdown Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    3R and from what I hear it is way too easy. We will see what happens once I get into hardcore prep next summer.
     
  20. Shredder

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    yeah i thought 3r was simple, and it was super old so not really representative of the real thing. your score should be very close to what you get on the last 3 or so aamc tests, thats how it was for me and for most ppl. 35 on 3r is good, your fundamentals must be solid so youre off to a strong start. but its too early for you to be worrying about mcat. now that wouldnt be the case if only admissions werent so subjective...
     
  21. DrBowtie

    DrBowtie Final Countdown Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    Im not sweating it now...I've got other things to worry about. I got accepted to a mentoring program through the university which matches up students with someone from the board of trustees. I have an interview to discuss potential mentors and I am so hoping the CEO of the University Hospital is on there....

    I mainly took 3R just for S & G's just to see how it goes. The subjective part is what scares me. I keep putting off the volunteering. Doing scut just doesn't appeal to me. I'd rather be in a shirt, tie and suit.
     
  22. Shredder

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    i really like dartmouth's mdmba brochure, and overall they seem to have dedicated the most to their program out of all the school ive seen. im very excited about going there on 11/3

    update: penns the best. outstanding school. for md/mba only 2nd to harvard. dartmouth has a unique feel but its in the middle of nowhere, rural and cold. safe though, and ppl seem prim and proper. scenic too.
     
  23. bluejay68

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    I just finished up my Penn MD/MBA last spring and I'm an EM intern in Boston now. I loved the progam; would be happy to answer any questions.

    My advice would be to get into Penn Med first, then apply to Wharton as a second-year Penn med student. Note that you can also go to Wharton from another med school (one of my classmates was from UCSF), but it will take you 6 years to finish instead of 5.

    Best,
    bluejay68
     
  24. NRAI2001

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    Is Loyolas b school any good? I am thinking about doing a masters in biomedical sciences (mainly as a segway into medschool) and there will be a glide year prior to med school. I was thinking maybe i could work on an MBA during that time? I dont think they have a formal program, but maybe one could do it informally?
     
  25. wallstdoc

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    Hey, didnt see any DO programs on the list. Just wanted to let you know that the Phildelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine has a joint DO/MBA degree program with St. Joseph's University. Maybe could add it to the list?
     
  26. Packamylase

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    KCUMB (Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences) also has a DO/MBA program in conjunction with Rockhurst University.

    I believe UMDNJ-SOM also has one.

    And there are others.
     
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    I have been accepted into the Union College/Albany Medical College 8 yr program, which awards a BS, an MD, and an MBA. It requires 3 summers. I also have been accepted to other BS/MD programs. Does an MD with an MBA have a large advantage?...
     
  29. DwyaneWade

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    inside tip...UMiami is probably adding an in-house MD/MBA program.
     
  30. Hopkins888

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    Hey Bluejay,

    Is it true that once you're in med school, it is ALOT easier for you to become accepted to the MBA program as well if the school has a joint program? I've heard many people say that this is true for the non Harvard/Wharton schools. But for HMS/HBS and UPENN Med/Wharton that is not true.

    Whats your opinion on this?
     
  31. kdburton

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    I went to a lunch lecture at my med school about their MD/MBA program yesterday (its not Harvard or Wharton haha), but they said they have yet to reject a med student from the dual degree program. You don't even have to take the GMAT at my school so long as you took the MCAT (there are some students in my class that got in via "early assurance" and didn't take the MCAT. They said the only limiting factor for admissions would be if the med school capped how many students they would allow to do do the combined degree in the case that coordinating clerkships during 3rd and 4th year might get difficult if they had a large class of MD/MBAs coming back from their MBA year and scavenging for clinical rotations that were originally meant for the class a year behind them. I imagine that it would be less of a cake-walk to get into a combined degree program at a top business program when you're currently in the med school there because the competition for spots in the MBA class is going to be cream-of-the-crop... but at the same time you have to be pretty smart to get into HMS in the first place, so maybe you'd be on-par with or even smarter than your colleagues in the business school at harvard.
     
  32. Jolt21

    Jolt21 I Drop Knowledge 7+ Year Member

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    Anyone know if UPenn has an updated site that actually works?
     
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    One guy I knew who was a millionaire told me this joke....

    If you want a CEO, hire a Harvard MBA grad.

    If you want a good VP, hire a Wharton MBA grad.

    LOL

    What about Northwestern for Management? It a very good school too.

    If you are talking about finance, then I give u Harvard, Wharton, Chicago.
     
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    USC is listed wrong, OP.

    It's 2 med, 1 biz, 2.5 split.

    "M.D. students admitted into the program begin a year of core M.B.A. courses following the successful completion of the first two years of medical school. The last two and one-half years of the dual degree program are devoted to clinical clerkships at the Keck School of Medicine, and nine units of elective courses in the Marshall School."
     
  37. DrJosephKim

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    Great to see a comprehensive list.
     
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    If anyone is interested in the Yale MD/MBA program forget about it. 1- their med school isn't anything special it just has the name. 2 - the director is a complete a**hole, having interacted with him I would rather shoot myself in the foot than do it again. Seriously, who calls themselves the howie? There are plenty of programs that offer great environments (BU, Tufts to name just two) so there is no reason to even think about Yale. Avoid it like the plague my friend.


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  39. dthapa1

    dthapa1 ASA Member 7+ Year Member

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    dont forget about St Louis University!

    St Louis University School of Medicine & Cook School of Business
    Admissions: 2nd year?
    Curriculum: 2 Yrs Med School, 1 Yr Business, 2 Yrs Med School [I think, not much info]
    Website: http://www.slu.edu/x16691.xml
     
  40. post call

    post call 7+ Year Member

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    How would the situation change for FMG's wanting to go in for an MBA? Are there any pre-requiste courses?
     
  41. GXR600

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    Are there any residency programs where you can get your MBA also?
     
  42. wahooza

    wahooza New Member 7+ Year Member

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    do most business schools allow medical students from different schools to do the business program? how does one go about setting that up? cold call the admissions office?
     
  43. chucktown

    chucktown 7+ Year Member

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    Hate to bump such an old post, but I'm curious about this also. So it would be possible for someone at a med school with no joint MBA program to spend a year or two at another business school while maintaining enrollment as a medical student?
     
  44. Doc89

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  45. Operation MD

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    Does anyone have an updated list that includes when you apply to the MBA program?? Thanks in advance
     
  46. Frazier

    Frazier Emergentologist Lifetime Donor 7+ Year Member

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    I'm afraid that the requested list likely does not exist. I would be able to put one together if I was a moderator. But, alas..... :D

    In other words, you will be best served by not holding your breath.
     
  47. bengaltiger211

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  48. leeeavin on a jet plane

    leeeavin on a jet plane

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    So I've been going through a few of these schools admissions requirements for the MD/MBA programs and it looks like you can only apply if you are already an admitted student at the school. Is this true for most programs? Also does anyone know if these is true for DO programs as well?
     

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