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Department of

Special Master’s Program in Physiology

Success Rates

UC's special master's program in physiology graduated its first class in 2007. As is the case for similar programs elsewhere, the success rate for admission into professional school is best illustrated after a gap year. The table below provides success rates for graduates of the UC special master's program in physiology applying to medical school by program year.

Program year Students accepted to medical school during the program yeara Total students accepted to medical (or dental) schoola
2006–07b 53% 100%
2007–08 53% 89%
2008–09 55% 95%
2009–10 48% 100%
2010–11 82% 92%
2011–12 69% 93%
2012–13 78% 94%
2013–14 52% 87%
2014–15 64% 80%
2015–16 45%c

aExpressed as percent of the total number of students who applied to medical (or dental) school
bInaugural year
cAs of June 15, 2016

Program Comparisons

Refer to the table below to compare UC's special master's program in physiology program with similar programs at other institutions.

Institution
Side-by-side with medical students?
Program duration (years)
Tuition (annual)
Cost-of-living indexd
Entrance minimum GPA, MCAT
University of Cincinnati Yes 1 $38,310–$38,710f 100% 3.0, 28/504
Georgetown University Yes 1 $49,772f 162% 3.0, 28
Eastern Virginia Medical School Yes 1 $35,142–$39,598e 108% 2.75, 23
Boston University Yes 1 $49,176f 159% 3.0, 25
Drexel University (IMS) Yes 1 $29,790e 131% 3.2, 28/505
Loyola University No 1 $42,024f 128% 3.0, 25

dCost-of-living index relative to Cincinnati (100%) from Bankrate.com, accessed May 13, 2016
e2015–16 tuition is shown (in-state/out-of-state, if applicable)
f2016–17 tuition is shown (in-state/out-of-state, if applicable)


Physiology

Special Master’s Program Contacts

John N Lorenz, PhD
Program Director
john.lorenz@uc.edu
513-558-3102

Bryan Mackenzie, PhD
Program Co-Director
Director of Admissions
bryan.mackenzie@uc.edu
513-558-3102

Jeannie Cummins
Program Manager
jeannie.cummins@uc.edu
513-558-3102