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Medical school aims to graduate students in three years

Residency Program Insider, November 7, 2014

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The Medical College of Wisconsin hopes to combat the state’s physician shortage with its new campus at St. Norbert College, which will allow it to train more students in less time. 
 
The new campus will allow the Medical College of Wisconsin to train 20-25 additional students, who will be able to earn their medical degrees in just three years by eliminating summer breaks. Approximately 1,900 students have applied for program, which will begin July 2015.
 
The campus, which cost $11 million, features wall-to-wall high-definition televisions and multi-directional teleconferencing technology in each classroom, which will allow students to video conference with guest lecturers.
 
Source: USA Today



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