Master of Science in Anesthesia Student Body Profile

The MSA Program welcomes an average class of 80 students, combined, to its three locations in Cleveland, Ohio; Houston, Texas; and Washington, D.C. each year. As a collective, the Classes of 2021 and 2022 in the CWRU MSA Program held an average undergraduate GPA of 3.52 and earned an average MCAT score of 500.

While a portion of the students begin the program immediately following the completion of their undergraduate work, a significant number of the Classes of 2021 and 2022 started their studies at CWRU after working for a number of years in industry or completing a graduate degree. The average age of the cohort is 25 years old.

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Background by Academic Field

Biology and Biological Sciences 42%
Other1 14%
Medical (includes Health Sciences, Medical Technology, Nursing, Premed and Public Health) 12%
Psychology and Neuroscience  11%
Biochemistry and Chemistry 11%
Cell, Molecular and Microbiology 6%
Physiology and Kinesiology 4%

Gender Breakdown

Female 50.3%
Male 49.7%

Other includes degrees in Advertising, Anthropology, Bioengineering, Civil Engineering, Communications, Economics, Ethnic Studies, History, Informatics, Law, Sociology, Zoology, various Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary fields.