I am interested in receiving information on msu's osteopathic school. (Beyond the brochure.) Student/instructor ratio, facilities, quality of instruction, etc. Currently I am taking part time science courses at wsu in detroit(I work full time). I already hold a bachelor degree and a master's degree in non-science fields, therefore, I'm in need of all the "basics" before attempting the mcat. (I will probably be taking the exam in august of 2001 or spring of 2002.) I'm also interested in knowing the science courses (from undergraduate work) that med students have found most useful during their med school years. Although I am willing to look at allopathic schools, my first choice is osteopathic. So if any current osteo school students can offer information on their schools and experiences in applying, I would be very greatful. Thank you in advance for your time and responses.