University of Michigan Health System Education

The University of Michigan Health System has the extraordinary advantage of having both a first-class Medical School – and a clinical collaboration with a premier School of Nursing. All aspects of our mission – patient care, education and research – benefit from this collaboration and from the proximity to other professional programs throughout the University of Michigan.

Overall U.S. News & World Report Rankings

Medical School                           

(2014 - issued March 2013)

8th - Among research schools                           

8th - Among primary care training schools

Specialty

Family Medicine                       

Geriatrics 

Internal Medicine

Pediatrics

Women’s Health

 

8th                     

7th 

6th (tie)

13th

7th

 

   
School of Nursing (ranked 2011) 6th
Specialty
Nurse Practitioner -Adult                       

Nurse Practitioner - Family 

Nurse - Administration

Nurse - Midwifery

4th                      

4th 

3rd

10th

 

Medical School

Enrollment  
Entering M1 Class - 2013
 Applications received Interviews granted                      

Mean undergraduate GPA

Mean MCAT

Total number in M1 class

 5,441

578

3.77

34.4

172

Student Enrollment 692
Graduate Students 556
Postdoctoral fellows 660
Total enrollment 1,908
Demographics - 2013 entering M1 class  
Residency                          

In-state

Out-of-state

 

47.1%

52.9%

Gender                          

Male

Female

 

50.6%

49.4%

Medical School Alumni (living)

20,000

School of Nursing

U-M School of Nursing students learn to provide clinical care at U-M Hospitals and Health Centers, and other area health care organizations and services throughout the state of Michigan.

Traditional BSN                       

Second Career BSN 

Master’s Enrollment (20 programs)

PhD Enrollment

Total

605

56

275

51

1,002

   
School of Nursing Alumni (Living)

12,000