Hi guys, I was wondering if anyone had an opinion on this... I got into both programs at LLU and USC (Tulane also, but I'm opting out due to family and location) ive heard other threads about USC, but what about Loma Linda? I, like many others, plan on med school in the future. USC has a small program, like 150 total students (thats all the tracks combined), its a newer program, and it isn't a school of public health (its within the school of med), but it is accred... i also have flexibility with what track i want to do (like I can switch to global health from health education without any prob) LLU has its own school of public health, longer history, higher ranking (public health i mean), and its cheaper... however, they require a weekly church attendance, which is alright but kinda blah..i got into the global health leadership track.. i also connected very well with my interviewer (whos a faculty prof MD/PhD) im really into public health, which is why I'm doing it before med school (plus bc i was abroad for a year im taking the mcat for the first time this summer and thus would have had to take a yr off anyway) there are more factors ofcourse, but ive already written alot... my main question is, along with my other qualifications, how will med school look at my public health school? will they look more highly upon a well-known USC degree or a higher ranked LLU one? thanks for any input!