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I read a article that he has a few schools out in front but he's a long ways from choosing.... And I also read the college having his degree will be a big choosing factor... Does the University of Oregon have a medical Field degree? Or anyone else that knows this....
This post was edited by ducks827 14 months ago
Nope. Oregon legislature did this thing that separated certain degrees between UO and OSU f-ing both schools to a certain extent.
well that suck's, we have no Chance then he might end up at UCLA then.....
there is other option's at S this year.... we know will take 2 Safety's in this class.....
Quin Blanding, Edward Paris, Laurence Jones, Jamal Adams, John Bonney, maybe Budda Baker,
My wife graduated from Oregon and she is gonna be a doctor in a few months, it shouldn't discourage anyone from going to the U of O that there is no "pre-med" degree.
Biology is a great way to get into med school.
Some of her med school classmates have weird degrees like music, English, philosophy, etc.
Yeah my older sister got a BS in biology from Oregon and is about a year away from graduating med school. JuJu is a stud I hope we don't miss on.
Pre Med and Pre Law are the biggest jokes there are. You get a Bio or Chem degree and then go to Med school. You get a Poli Sci or anything degree and go to Law School. I have friends that got art history degrees and got their MBAs. The undergrad part is pointless except the med school part and you just need any sort of basic science background for that.
Funny that some say you can't get a med degree. A good friend of went to the U of O for all of her pre-med studies. Oregon does not have a graduate med school but the first 4 years of undergrad work can be done there.
Actually, even engineering is some what the same. Take the background math subjects, get a BS at UO then transfer to another school get a MS in engineering.
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Actually, Oregon does have a med school, OHSU in portland, it's number two on her list!
This post was edited by L Perry 14 months ago
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I don't think OHSU is a part of UO but they do have a "partnership" of some sort.
2 safeties? I've been thinking we'd take 0-1 since we go into 2014 with:
Even if the Amoakos play corner, we're already set to go into 2014 3-deep at the safety positions.
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