Summary of Students in the School of Medicine

2015-2016

Doctor of Medicine (MD) (as of October 1, 2015)

Graduating Class Level: 73
Five-Year Research Program or equivalent: 8
Third-Year Class: 107
Second-Year Class: 101
First-Year Class: 104

Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Philosophy (MD/PhD)

Graduating Class Level: 18
Clinical/Third-Year Class: 26
Ninth-Year Research:  1
Eighth-Year Research:  0
Seventh-Year Research: 0
Sixth-Year Research:  4
Fifth-Year Research: 9
Fourth-Year Research: 19
Third-Year Research: 25
Second-Year Research: 28
First-Year Research:  17
Second-Year Class: 21
First-Year Class: 19

Doctor of Medicine and Master of Arts (MD/MA)

Graduating Class Level: 1
First-Year/Early Level(s): 7

Doctor of Medicine and Master of Population Health Sciences (MD/MPHS)

Graduating Class Level: 5
First-Year/Early Level(s): 1

Doctor of Medicine and Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MD/MSCI)

Graduating Class Level: 2
First-Year/Early Level(s): 2

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Graduating Class Level: 77
Second-Year Class: 80
First-Year Class: 84

Doctor of Occupational Therapy

Graduating Class Level: 13
Third-Year Class: 21
Second-Year Class: 28
First-Year Class: 25

Doctor of Audiology

Graduating Class Level: 14
Third-Year Class: 14
Second-Year Class: 15
First-Year Class: 12

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

Graduating Class Level: 64
Second-Year Class: 61
First-Year Class: 64

Master of Science in Population Health Sciences

Second-Year Class: 13
First-Year Class: 5

Master of Science in Genetic Epidemiology

Certificate/SNCD: 4

Master of Science in Biostatistics

Second-Year Class: 22
First-Year Class: 13

Master of Science in Deaf Education

Graduating Class Level: 8
First-Year Class: 8

Master of Science in Clinical Investigation

Graduating Class Level: 6
Second-Year Class:  13

First-Year Class: 16
Certificate: 4
SNCD: 53

Master of Science in Applied Behavior Research

First-Year Class: 8
Certificate: 1
SNCD:  4

Med-School Total: 1,348

(598 MD of all types; 750 in Allied Health Programs)