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Department of

Special Master’s Program in Physiology

Success Rates

Our program graduated its first class in 2007. Similar to other programs, the success rate for admission into professional school is best illustrated after a gap year.

The table provides success rates for UC master's in physiology graduates applying to medical school, by program year.

Program year Students accepted to medical school during the program year Total students accepted to medical (or dental) school
2006–07b 53% 100%
2007–08 53% 89%
2008–09 55% 95%
2009–10 48% 100%
2010–11 82% 92%
2011–12 69% 96%
2012–13 78% 94%
2013–14 52% 72%
2014-15 60% ---
aExpressed as percent of the total number of students who applied to medical (or dental) school


Program Comparisons

Compare UC's master's in physiology program with similar programs (sometimes called gap-year, glide-year or special master's programs) at other institutions.


Institution
Side-by-Side with Medical Students?
Duration of Program (Years)
Tuition (Annual)
Cost of Living Indexa
Entrance Minimum GPA, MCAT
University of Cincinnati Yes 1 $37,000-$37,400b 100% 3.0, 28
Georgetown University Yes 1 $47,839b 154% 3.0, 28
Eastern Virginia Medical School Yes 1 $33,777-$36,583c 110% 2.75, 23
Boston University Yes 1 $45,686b 153% 3.0, 25
Drexel University (IMS) Yes 2 $27,944c 132%
Loyola University No 1 $38,880b 128% 3.0, 25
a2013 data, taken from Bankrate.com, are relative to Cincinnati cost of living set to 100%.
b2014-15 tuition is shown (in-state/out-of-state, if applicable).
c2013–14 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
513-558-3097

Bryan Mackenzie, PhD
Program Co-Director
Director of Admissions
bryan.mackenzie@uc.edu
513-558-3627

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