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Accelerated Pgms: listings & rankings.

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  • spydersport824spydersport824 Registered User Posts: 158 Junior Member
    The University of Michigan bs/md program (Interflex) was stopped a few years ago. It was a 6 year program. It is no longer running.
  • sat908sat908 Registered User Posts: 400 Member
    are you sure...i didnt apply, but i went to a college fair in october, and i talked to a rep, and he said it was still there...and hannah, whiteknight is right...the school requires ridiculously high stats and is one of the most selective in the country
  • hannanaqhannanaq Registered User Posts: 488 Member
    lol sat908
    yeah i checked their site
    pretty tough program
    and its hannaN not H, lol no prob people mess my name up all the time
    i just found a new addition to the list that im pretty sure wasn't mentioned before :)

    George Washington University (7 yr)
  • sat908sat908 Registered User Posts: 400 Member
    sorry about that, didnt realize
  • jenskate1jenskate1 Registered User Posts: 1,391 Senior Member
    consolidating:

    Penn State (6)
    U of Miami (FL) (7)
    UMKC (6)
    St. Louis University and NEOUCOM (Northeast Ohio University College of Medicine)
    University of Southern California
    University of California-San Diego (only by invite, CA residents)
    Drexel University
    Albany Medical College
    Temple University
    Vanderbilt University (ENGAGE Program)
    UMDNJ
    Brown PLME (8)
    Northwestern HPME (7)
    Case Western (7 or 8)
    Michigan (8)
    Sophie Davis (7)
    Howard University (8)
    brooklyn college (8)
    suny stony brook (8)
    u rochester (8)
    rice/baylor (8)
    George Washington University (7)
    RPI
    Siena
    Union college
    Washington University (St. Louis) (8)
    USC
  • coincolectrcoincolectr Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
    Which would you guys say is a better program? RPI/Albany Medical College (7) or University of Miami Honors Program in Medicine (7)? Thanks so much!!
  • hannanaqhannanaq Registered User Posts: 488 Member
    thanks jenskate1
    i was just about to pile the list together
    lol
    hopefully some more people will be able to find some more programs and post them up on this thread
  • sat908sat908 Registered User Posts: 400 Member
    well, rpi is more research based isnt it? i think they're a little bit different, but if i were to pick one, i would go with miami
  • ivybound1010ivybound1010 Registered User Posts: 485 Member
    is Sophie Davis a very respected program? because for someone like me who lives in the city that program would only run me a few thousand every year since its cuny - basically nothing

    its probably not as well respected as rpi/amc right?

    and yea rpi undergrad is very research based i think
  • killaeronekillaerone Registered User Posts: 981 Member
    Yeah.. I am in Brooklyn, NY myelf. I was wondering the same thing myself.
  • killaeronekillaerone Registered User Posts: 981 Member
    Yeah.. I am in Brooklyn, NY. I was wondering the same thing myself.*
  • esrajayesrajay Registered User Posts: 309 Member
    tulane has a 7 year program.
  • studyguy346studyguy346 Registered User Posts: 263 Junior Member
    here's a great link that lists some of the programs and describes them:

    http://www.medicalhelpnet.com/content/view/28/46/
  • AnitaVMAnitaVM Registered User Posts: 2,037 Senior Member
    wow studyguy, thanks -- that site is AWESOME, just what i've been looking for :)
  • hannanaqhannanaq Registered User Posts: 488 Member
    studyguy that was a great website
    i have found some great books that you people can get that list all the accelerated medical programs in the US!
    High School Doctor: The Underground Roadmap to 6, 7, and 8 Year Accelerated/Combined Medical Programs (BA/MD) in the United States by Nagendra Sai Koneru, Omar Wang, Vineet Arora
    From High School to Med School by Jason Yanofski, Ashish Raju
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