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Our premier faculty stands ready to mentor students and guide their entry into the many possible avenues of MIS scholarly pursuits. What is your previous study and work background? In that case, you should follow requirements for physicians and surgeons; while these vary by state, you must typically graduate from an accredited medical school, pass a standardized national licensure exam, and complete a residency.[iv] It’s important to check with the graduate program you are considering, to make sure it is appropriate for your goals!

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Publisher: Psychology Press (August 1, 2000)

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