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University of Southern California Reviews of Master's in Health Sciences

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Locations:   Los Angeles (CA) 

Annual Tuition: $61,503

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Student Reviews - Master's in Health Sciences

Student Reviews - Master's in Health Sciences

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Reviewed: 3/13/2018

Degree: Health Sciences

This program is excellent for students looking to go into healthcare and related fields. Good majority of the students from the program has gone on to medical or dental schools. Quite a few students also is now in healthcare-related work, whether it is non-profit, law, or business aspect of medicine. The classes could be challenging, especially if you take the clinical track, since you'll be taking first-year medical school classes with medical students. It is a good way to prepare for medical school.... Read More


Reviewed: 5/22/2017

Degree: Health Sciences

The program promoted success and prepared us well for the profession.

Kristina Moffat

Reviewed: 3/1/2017

Degree: Health Sciences

The global medicine program gives students a chance to learn more about medicine around the world. It is not only important to learn about diseases and other medically related issues within the united states but it important to branch out from that. I love medicine and learning about people from all walks of life and this program does just that.

Aaron Goldberg

Reviewed: 12/30/2012

Degree: Health Sciences

Pros of Master of Science in Global Medicine program: -Excellent and accessible medical school faculty -Interesting and diverse classes offered -Challenging (inspires growth of student) -Great network post-graduation -Opportunity to take medical school classes before going to medical school -Great resources for those interested in doing work in international health Cons of Master of Science in Global Medicine program: -Sporadically absent administration -Potentially unsafe surrounding area -Lack... Read More

Jarad Cox

Reviewed: 9/28/2012

Degree: Health Sciences

USC is growing on me. Having conferred my undergraduate degree in the Bay Area where public transportation was readily available most of the time, moving to to LA was a rough transition. I have to commute to the HSC from UPC and there is a university bus which provides free rides to students. This is a tremendous help! Academically, I feel USC is very pragmatic with their academic expectations. As a masters student the emphasis seems to be placed on ensuring the acquisition of skills needed to obtain... Read More


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