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Pre-med major in neuroscience/ criminal justice

Hey everyone,

Hope you guys are enjoying your summer break!!!

So, I am a rising senior in hs and was wondering which of these schools do you think would be best when it comes to biological sciences.

I am also debating on minoring in criminal justice/ criminology so please let me know your thoughts.

Thank you all so much!

 
Villanova University
16%
 
The George Washington University
58%
 
University of Pittsburgh
16%
 
Other (share below!)
8%
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Villanova University has a 28.2% acceptance and has a decent program in biological sciences. Tuition is over 55,000 The George Washington University is in the top 10% for biological sciences and has a 40.8% acceptance rate. Tuition is almost 57,000 The University of Pittsburg has an acceptance rate of 56.7% and is also at the top% for biological sciences. Tuition is about 18,000 to 50,000. It also depends on where you live and how far you are willing to go in order to pursue your dreams. I would say either GWU or the University of Pittsburg is a good option.

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I know it didn’t get the most votes, but I wanted to add on that the University of Pittsburgh is a direct pipeline to jobs at UPMC hospitals so it’s definitely a great option for medicine/health careers

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Thank you!

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