The University of Texas System is preparing a pilot program designed to shave a year off of the time it takes someone to earn an undergraduate degree and an M.D., The Austin American-Statesman reported. Under the first pilot, selected students at UT-Austin would be assured a spot in one of the system's medical schools and could finish their undergraduate degree in three years. Texas is becoming a center for experimentation in shortening the time to become a doctor. Texas Tech University is starting a three-year M.D.
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