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    skkalkat92 is offline Newbie 510 points
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    US colleges that offer the 6 year B.S./M.D. program?

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    I know that this forum is mainly for international medical schools, but from the feedback i have gotten from everyone they've told me to try getting into a med school in the US first. So can anyone please help me out and tell me exactly which universities in the US offer the 6 year med program for students coming out of high school?

    thank you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by skkalkat92 View Post
    I know that this forum is mainly for international medical schools, but from the feedback i have gotten from everyone they've told me to try getting into a med school in the US first. So can anyone please help me out and tell me exactly which universities in the US offer the 6 year med program for students coming out of high school?

    thank you !
    look through a Petersen's Guide or Princeton Review..they are listed in there.
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    UMKC in Kansas City does

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    There is a program in OH with Akron U, YSU and Kent state. You go to either of the 3 for 2 yrs (starting summer and going the next 2 summers) and then into the med school (2 sumemrs are spent back at the respective college to finish your degree)

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    Schools offering combined College/MD programs

    Alabama:

    University of Alabama School of Medicine (SOM),



    University of South Alabama College of Medicine (COM)


    California:

    University of California, San Diego SOM,


    University of Southern California College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences and Keck SOM.


    Connecticut:

    University of Connecticut


    District of Columbia:


    The George Washington University SOM and Health Sciences and The Columbian School of Arts and Sciences,

    Howard University


    Florida:


    University of Florida COM,

    University of Miami


    Illinois:

    Northwestern University Feinberg SOM,

    University of Illinois at Chicago COM


    Massachusetts:

    Boston University

    Michigan:

    Michigan State University College of Human Medicine,

    Wayne State University SOM


    Missouri:

    Saint Louis University SOM,

    University of missouri- Kansas City SOM


    New Jersey:

    University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ-NJ Medical School,

    Rutgers University and UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson Medical School


    New York:

    Brooklyn College and SUNY Downstate Medical center,

    Hobart and William Smith College/SUNY Upstate Medical University,

    Rensselaer polytechnic Institute and Albany Medical College,

    St Bonaventure University/The George Washington University SOM and Health sciences,

    Siena College and Albany Medical college,

    Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education/City University of New York

    Stony Brook University and Stony Brook University SOM,

    Union College and Albany Medical College,

    University of Rochester SOM and Dentistry.


    Ohio:


    Case western Reserve University SOM,

    Northwestern Ohio Universities COM,

    The Ohio State University COM,

    University of Cincinnati COM.


    Pennsylvania:

    Drexel University and Drexel University COM,

    Lehigh University Drexel University COM,

    Pennsylvania State University and Jefferson Medical College,

    Temple University SOM,

    Villanova University and Drexel university COM,

    Wilkes University/SUNY-Upstate Medical University.


    Rhode Island:

    Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University


    Tennessee:

    Fisk University and Meharry Medical College.


    Texas:


    Rice University and Baylor COM,

    University of Texas SOM at san Antonio.


    Virginia:


    Eastern Virginia Medical School,

    Virginia Commonwealth University SOM




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    In Ohio, it's actually the NorthEASTern Ohio Universities College of Medicine.
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    I posted what I found on the MSAR for 2009-2010 year book, if there is anything wrong, it comes from the school that gave AAMC the wrong data.
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