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MUSC College of Medicine Facts and Stats

By the numbers:
COM Total Enrollment  719

Fall 2014 Incoming Class Statistics

Number of Applicants  3820
Number accepted  171
Mean GPA  3.6
Mean MCAT  30
Undergraduate Colleges Represented  48
In-state  148
Out-of-state  23
S.C. Counties Represented  27                 
Other States Represented  10
Underrepresented in Medicine  17%
Male  59%
Female  41%

COM First-Year Student Expenses 2014-2015

Tuition $35,665 (In-state), $62,129 (Out-of-state)
Health insurance $1,708
Books/required expenses $3,100

Class of 2014 Residency Match Results:

The College of Medicine Class of 2014 Match was held March 21, 2014.

Of all of the specialties students will be training in, Categorical Internal Medicine led the way with the most students at 21 (13% of the graduating class). 

The next specialties with the most students included: Family Medicine - 17 (10%), Emergency Medicine - 16 (10%), Pediatrics - 15 (9),   Obstetrics and Gynecology- 11 (7%), Anesthesia - 10 (6%), Psychiatry-7 (4%), and General Surgery including sub specialties – 10 (6%). 

Students also matched into Neurology, Radiology, Radiation Oncology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Child Neurology, Dermatology, Neurology/Child Neurology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Otolaryngology, Cardio Thoracic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Dermatology and Pathology. 

Students matched at prestigious institutions from coast to coast including:  Baylor, Brigham and Women’s, Georgetown, Duke, Vanderbilt, Johns Hopkins, Yale, Emory, Stanford, University of Michigan, Case Western, Oregon Health Sciences, Mayo, Ohio State Tulane, and Wake Forest to name a few. 

A total of 44 (27%) students will be doing at least some part of their residency training in the state of South Carolina ( I do not have the tri-county areas information you have). Seven (7) students (4%) will be completing residency through the military.  Nearly 31% of the class will be entering primary care (counting Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, and Medicine-Pediatrics)… 38% if Obstetrics and Gynecology is included. 

 


 

                      

 
 
 

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