Each fall, the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health welcomes a new class of students who will become doctors, physical therapists, physician assistants, genetic counselors, public health professionals and biomedical scientists.
Our school — the only integrated school of medicine and public health in the country — is fortunate to have the depth and breadth of outstanding educational programs that are central to our mission of improving the health of Wisconsin and beyond, and we're very proud of our students who will become tomorrow's leaders dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities.
Here's a quick look at some interesting facts about the entering class of 2018, which includes about 300 students in our health professions programs:
- Doctor of Medicine (MD)
- Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
- Master of Genetic Counselor Studies (MGCS)
- Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)
- Master of Public Health (MPH)
- Gender: 58% female, 42% male
- Average age: 25
- Average GPA: 3.7
- Wisconsin residents: 72%
Where are they from?
- Our students come from 20 states and two continents: North America and Asia
Common undergraduate majors