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Program and General Information

A student may earn a doctoral degree, a master's degree, a bachelor's degree, or a certficate.  Fields of study include doctor of medicine, anesthesiology, genetic counseling, physical therapy, physician assistant, and medical imaging. The Physical Therapy Program, Anesthesiology Program and the Physician Assistant Program also have dual-degree or joint-degree options. Programs of study are listed in this website in the menu. Each program has its own admission and graduation requirements, which are indicated separately for each course of study. Students in the health professions programs may take elective courses as considered appropriate by program faculty in other departments, the Graduate School, the School of Medicine, or other undergraduate departments.

The following figures show each program size for fall, 2013:

Doctor of Medicine 550
Anesthesiology (MMSc) 78
Medical Imaging (BMSc) 59
Ophthalmic Technology (CERT) Discontinued
Physical Therapy (DPT) 199
Physician Assistant (MMSc) 165
Genetic Counseling Program (MMSc) 20

Total enrollment in the School of Medicine - 1,071