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  1. lapremed678 said:

    Do Ross Students Get Summer Break?

    Hello all! Pretty straightforward question. For Ross students who decide to do the extended 20-month track for basic sciences rather than the accelerated track, will we get a summer break? For example, if I start semester 1 at Ross in January 2019, will I have a longer break for the summer of 2019? (I know people in the accelerated track only get a few weeks off in between semesters)
     
  2. VidDr said:
    I don't think it's a full summer break, but you get more time off that is spaced throughout the entire period.
     
  3. realisticONE said:
    The breaks are the same and length of a semester are the same, no matter which track you. Semester is about 15 weeks long, breaks are about 2 weeks in-between two semesters. The difference is in curriculum track, you'll have study periods built into the semester.
     
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    medic300107 said:
    You get 2 weeks between the Summer/Fall semesters. Usually class goes Jan-April; 2 week break; May-August; 2 week break; Sept-Dec 3 week break.
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  5. agsince78 said:
    I have heard schools like AUC, Ross and AUA have 17 to 19 credits per semester versus 30+ credits at saba and MUA. Can someone comment on that
     
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    medic300107 said:
    Quote Originally Posted by agsince78 View Post
    I have heard schools like AUC, Ross and AUA have 17 to 19 credits per semester versus 30+ credits at saba and MUA. Can someone comment on that
    You can't post the same question in 2 or more threads that's "flooding". Please keep this on track to summer breaks. Thank you.
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