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I'm considering applying to the PA program at Western. Does anyone know if their program has a medical spanish component, and if so, for how long? I looked on the website and couldn't seem to find it.

 

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Shameless University of Colorado plug... CU Does, it's a year long and is creditless (so it doesn't cost any more $) additionally you can do rotations in a Spanish speaking country (without being in the global track) and if you choose to they include a 1/2or3 week Spanish course (based your fluency in Spanish) in the country where you go for the rotation.

 

 

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Loma Linda University (where I'm going!) also has a medical spanish course incorporated into the curriculum and has rotations with Spanish immersion, both abroad and locally if you're trying to stay in Southern California.

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