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Launch your career with an MS in Medical Physiology

Gain the confidence & academic credentials for admission to Medical School.

Set yourself up for success before you apply to medical school. Enroll in the Stritch School of Medicine’s, nine-month (September – May) Master of Science in Medical Physiology (MSMP) program. MSMP students take M1-level courses — such as function of the human body and human anatomy — taught by professors who are actively engaged in medical education, from lecturing and clinical research to membership on Stritch Admissions committees. To help ensure your success, class sizes are small: we accept a maximum of 30 students annually. To help guide you through the program and help you with applications to medical school, we assign an expert faculty advisor to each student. Ninety-nine percent of our MSMP graduates who apply to medical school gain admission.

Located on Loyola’s Health Sciences Campus provides opportunities for students to interact with medical professionals and take advantage of activities also available to medical students.

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Gain the confidence & academic credentials for admission to Medical School.


How to Apply?

We accept applications for the MS in Medical Physiology program on a rolling basis. Early applicants in advance of the July 28 deadline are encouraged. Students must confirm their enrollment by August 12.

Why a Master of Science in Medical Physiology?

Our committed faculty help you gain the confidence and credentials to receive medical school acceptance.



Rate of acceptance for MSMP graduates who apply to medical school.


Receive personal guidance through AMCAS from Med School Admissions Professors

1:1 Mentors

Individualized support throughout the year from your mentor, a professor in our medical school.


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