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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by ComplexPuzzle, Mar 24, 2002.

  1. ComplexPuzzle

    ComplexPuzzle shakin dat a**
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    So here is my dilemma. I think I have decided to pursue my master's degree next year while I am waiting to get into med school. Now the problem is financing this endeavor. Does anyone know of one year master's programs in Maryland? If necessary I'll take out loans and stuff, but I would rather not if it can be avoided. The banks already know my name because of undergrad want to avoid them for a little while. The programs I am considering now are Barry and Georgetown, neither of which are cheap. Wherever I go, I will have to support myself. So unless someone knows about a program in Maryland, which of the two programs would be best.
     
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    Hey Puzzle
    I don't think Md has an year long masters program. I have head awesome things about Georgetown and its success rates are really high also.
    I am also considering doing a Masters in some thing health realted. So, I checked out other programs available.
    Here is a list of schools that have these masters progam: (these are all I know of; you may want to do a little moresearching)
    Wakeforst
    MCP
    Finch
    Dasquene (I dont know how to spell it, its in Pa)
    Georgetown

    Well good luck.
     
  4. Suz177

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    Here is the best site I've found for checking out Post-Bacc Programs:
    <a href="http://www-hl.syr.edu/hpap/LISTPB.HTM" target="_blank">http://www-hl.syr.edu/hpap/LISTPB.HTM</a>

    BTW, that school j2001 mentioned is Duquesne and its in Pittsburgh (my hometown :) )
     

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