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October 18, 1941

Baccalaureate Degrees at Columbia

JAMA. 1941;117(16):1370. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820420062023

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Abstract

In the Educational Number of The Journal, August 30, page 699, it was stated in listing the medical schools in the United States and Canada that the school of the United States having the fewest graduates with college degrees was Columbia University and that only 4 of the 104 graduates in 1941 had baccalaureate degrees. This was an error, and the opposite is true; that is, of the 104 graduates, only 4 did not have baccalaureate degrees.

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