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Contacts

Website: http://humanmedicine.msu.edu
Phone: (517) 353-1730
Admissions e-mail: MDadmissions@msu.edu

Program Information

Curriculum

  • Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)
  • 4 years in length

Joint programs are available. Descriptions can be found here

Admissions Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Degree: Baccalaureate degree at accredited American or Canadian undergraduate institution
  • Completion of one year coursework (typically two semesters) in each of the following areas, with final grades above 2.0 are required:
    • Social Science/Humanities courses that focus on psychological and social theory, individual and/or group behaviors, or comparative cultures
    • General Biology sequence, including at least one laboratory
    • General/Inorganic Chemistry sequence, including at least one laboratory
    • Organic Chemistry sequence, including at least one laboratory
  • English, Writing, or Composition.
  • Mathematics through college algebra or statistics and probability.
  • Completion of two upper-level biological science courses.

NB. Starting from 2016-2017 cycle, there is a new set of prerequisites options have been implemented, to view the options, click here

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GPA

  • Minimum grade/GPA: on cut offs; strives for national accepted average GPA.
  • Average grade/GPA of admitted applicants in 2016: 3.75

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MCAT

  • Minimum score: preferably above 50th percentile
  • MCAT must have been written within the 4 years of application

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Supporting Documents

  • AMCAS Application
  • Secondary Application
  • minimum of three letters of evaluation and a maximum of five letters
    • For more detailed informatio about LOR, click here


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Interview

  • 2 types of interviews: one-on-one, 30-minute structured interview with a current medical student where you will be asked to address three questions & MMI format
  • Interview invitations will be sent out on a rolling basis from August through March.

For more information about MMI, click here For more information, click here

Timeline 2016-2017

  • May: AMCAS Application Available
  • Early June: AMCAS application opens for submission
  • July-Nov: Verified Applicants invited to submit secondary application/letters of evaluation. Applicants may submit additional essays for LMU and LRM programs.
  • Aug-March: Select applicants invited to interview
  • September: Deadline for acceptable MCAT scores (up to 4 years from current cycle)
  • Oct-March: Acceptances made on rolling basis until the incoming class is full
  • Early November: AMCAS application deadline
  • Late November: Deadline for Seconday Applications, Fee, and Letters of Evaluation
  • January: Submit Free Application for Federal Student Aid

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Tuition 2016-2017

  • In-province/domestic students: $32,483
  • Out-of-province: $63,985


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For information on financial aid, click here

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