Medicine Schools in Ohio
991 students earned Medicine degrees in Ohio in the 2018-2019 year.
A Medicine major is the 12th most popular major in this state.
Education Levels of Medicine Majors in Ohio
Medicine majors in the state tend to have the following degree levels:
|Education Level||Number of Grads|
|Doctor’s Degree (Research / Scholarship)||991|
|Doctor’s Degree (Professional Practice)||991|
|Doctor’s Degree (Other)||991|
In Ohio, a medicine major is more popular with men than with women.
The racial distribution of medicine majors in Ohio is as follows:
- Asian: 24.9%
- Black or African American: 5.3%
- Hispanic or Latino: 4.6%
- White: 55.4%
- Non-Resident Alien: 0.6%
- Other Races: 9.1%
Jobs for Medicine Grads in Ohio
There are 20,710 people in the state and 503,310 people in the nation working in medicine jobs.
Wages for Medicine Jobs in Ohio
In this state, medicine grads earn an average of $193,140. Nationwide, they make an average of $203,880.
Most Popular Medicine Programs in OH
There are 6 colleges in Ohio that offer medicine degrees. Learn about the most popular 6 below:
It takes the average student 4.24 years to graduate. An average student at Case Western will pay a net price of $32,938. Seeking financial aid? At this school, 86% of students receive it.
The average student takes 4.61 years to complete their degree at UC. Grads earn an average early-career salary of $35,800 after earning their degree at this institution. 16 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio.
82% of students get financical aid. The average student takes 4.34 years to complete their degree at Ohio State. 19 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio.
Students who attend this public school pay an average net price of $16,374. Graduates earn an average $33,400 after graduation. 21 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio.
The full-time teacher rate is 92%. The 0.50% student loan default rate is lower than average. Grads earn an average early-career salary of $91,700 after earning their degree at this institution.
This public college charges it's students an average net price of $15,530. Grads earn an average early-career salary of $31,800 after earning their degree at this institution. It takes the average student 4.58 years to graduate.
Medicine Careers in OH
Some of the careers medicine majors go into include:
|Job Title||OH Job Growth||OH Median Salary|
|Physicians and Surgeons||7%||$208,000|
|Family and General Practitioners||7%||$188,520|
Related Majors in Ohio
Below are some popular majors in the state that are similar to medicine.
|Major||Annual Graduates in OH|
|Nursing & Nursing Assistants||5,309|
|Allied Health Professions||3,900|
|Allied Health Services||3,769|
|Health/Medical Admin Services||2,569|
|Mental & Social Health Services||1,563|
|Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science||1,281|
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