Post Bacc & Special Masters Programs for Pre-Health Students

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What are Post Baccalaureate and Special Masters Programs?

What are Post Baccalaureate and Special Masters Programs?

Post-baccalaureate programs are typically designed for students who already have a bachelors degree in a non-science field and wish to take or retake the prerequisites courses required for their intended professional school (Medical, Pharmacy, Optometry, etc.). There are many types of post-baccalaureate programs such as academic enhancers and career changers (described in further detail below). Many programs offer a post-baccalaureate ‘certificate’ upon completion of the program.

Special Masters Programs (SMPs) are master degree programs geared towards preparing students for their intended professional school by taking relevant graduate/professional school level courses. Some SMP curriculums consist of courses that are taken along side graduate, PhD, or professional school (medical, dental, etc.) students, allowing admissions committees to directly measure and compare students’ proficiencies at these higher levels. Other programs consist of courses that are strictly offered to the students in that particular SMP.

Keep in mind that various Special Masters and Post-baccalaureate programs offer linkage, where qualified students are offered guaranteed admission or interview to affiliated professional schools upon meeting certain requirements.

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Which Post-Bacc/Special Master Program is right for me?

Which Post-Bacc/Special Master Program is right for me? 

Post bacc programs typically have designated focus which can be academic enhancer, career changer, and educationally/economically disadvantaged or underrepresented minority students (URM). Select your post-bacc program depending on the focus suited for you.

Academic enhancers (AE) are intended for pre-health students who wish to raise their overall GPA by retaking relevant prerequisite courses or other science-based pre-health courses. Keep in mind that depending on your program, your courses may or may not be factored into your undergraduate GPA.
Career changers (CC) are for students who have obtained a bachelors degree in a non-science or health related field and have decided for a career change to a health profession. These students in career changer programs take the necessary prerequisites for admission to their intended professional school.
Educationally/economically disadvantaged or underrepresented minority (EED) focus programs offer qualified students preparation and help to become competitive applicants to professional school. The goal of these programs are usually to increase diversity in the work force and provide opportunities for disadvantaged students.

Special Masters Programs offer various types of masters degrees. These programs may offer a thesis or non-thesis track, which are decided upon a student’s interest. Typically, thesis based programs take 2 years to complete; the first year focused on coursework and the second year dedicated to research, while non-thesis tracks take about one year to complete. Courses vary depending on the program curriculum, and help students build a solid foundation to prepare for professional school. SMP degrees include but are not limited to:

MS in Physiology
MS in Biomedical Sciences
MS in Biological Sciences
MS in Medical Sciences

There are a number of things to take into consideration when choosing a SMP; examples are listed below. When researching SMP programs, take a look at their website to get a good feel of their curriculum and what is expected.

  • Tuition and fees
  • Location
  • Courses offered
  • Length of program
  • Admission prerequisites
  • Thesis or non-thesis
  • Student advising

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What are the disadvantages of Post-Bacc and Special Masters Programs?

What are the disadvantages of Post-Bacc and Special Masters Programs? 

Post-bacc and SMP programs allow students to improve their credentials and take necessary prerequisite courses, although they may also have their downsides. Again, one thing to keep in mind are the tuition and fees that come along with these programs. Post-bacc programs typically are not covered by financial aid, and many non-degree seeking students pay out-of-pocket per credit. SMP programs are expensive and usually do not offer much in terms of financial aid or grants. Compared to post-bacc programs, SMPs are relatively more competitive to get into. Another previously mentioned disadvantage regarding both Post-bacc and SMP programs is that your scores may not be factored towards your undergraduate GPA. Many application services such as AMCAS (for allopathic medical schools) will separate your undergraduate GPA from your Post-bacc/SMP GPA. In addition to this, admission committees typically weigh your Post-bacc/SMP performances heavily, and performing poorly may heavily hurt your chances for professional school admission. In particular, SMP programs can be seen as “make or break”.

List of Post-Bacc and Special Masters Programs in the United States

Post-Bacc and Special Masters Programs in the United States

Post-bacc and Special Masters Programs offer pre-health students an opportunity to become prepared for the professional school level. Depending on your goal, choose which program is right for you, and utilize the table below to compare the different programs offered in each state across the country.

InstitutionProgram NameProgram LengthMinimum GPA RequiredExam(s) RequiredFocus
University of Alabama at Birmingham Master of Science in Biomedical and Health Sciences Program
11 Months3.0 Cumulative/Science
Midwestern University College of Health SciencesMasters - M.A in Biomedical Sciences in Glendale9 months2.75MCAT, PCAT, DAT, or GREAE
California State Los AngelesPost-Bacc. Certificate Program for Pre-Health Professionals (Option 1/ Option 2)~1 Year, 18 Credits 3N/AAE/CC
California State University, East BayPre-Professional Health Certification Academic Program1-2 Years, 43-98 Credits2.8N/AAE/CC
California State University, FullertonPre-Health Postbaccalaureate Program5 Semesters3.0 (Last 60 Units Attempted)N/ACC
Charles Drew University of Medicine and SciencesPost-Baccalaureate Program in Pre-Medicine
1-2 Years, 24 credits 3.2Standardized tests consideredAE/CC
California State University San MarcosPre-Health Professions Program

<2 Years, 51 Credits2.75N/ACC
Chapman UniversityPre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Program
55 Credits3.2N/ACC
Dominican University of CaliforniaPost-Baccalaureate Premedical Program1-2 years, 24-34 Credits2.8N/AAE/CC
Keck Graduate InstitutePostbac Premedical Certificate Program (PPC)~1 Year, 24 CreditsN/AMCAT or GREAE
Loyola Marymount UniversityPre-Medical Post-Baccalaureate Program
12 Units for Each Term Enrolled3.2 RecommendedN/ACC
Mills CollegePost-baccalaureate Pre-Medical Certificate
1-2 Years3N/ACC
San Francisco State UniversityPre-Health Professions Post-Bac Programs (Two Tracks)
40 Units2.5N/AAE/CC
Scripps CollegePost-Baccalaureate Premedical Program13/24 Months3SAT, ACT or GRE CC
UC Berkeley Extension Post-Baccalaureate Health Professions Program24 Credits3MCAT, PCAT, DAT, or GRE consideredAE/CC
UC Davis School of Medicine Postbaccalaureate ProgramOne Year (Designated Track)2.7N/AEED
UC Davis Health ProfessionsPostbaccalaureate Program5 Quarters2.8, no more than one C- or below in pre-req coursesN/A (can submit SAT or ACT scores but not required)AE
UC IrvinePostbaccalaureate Program40 Quarter Units2.8MCAT 492EED
UC San Diego ExtensionPost-Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine Program
1 Year2.8N/AAE/EED
UC Los AngelesUCLA Re-Application Program (UCLA RAP)11 Months2.7MCAT 491AE/EED
UC Irvine AyalaPostbaccalaureate Premedical Program2 Years3SAT or ACTCC
UC San FranciscoInterprofessional Health Post Baccalaureate Certificate Program
11 Months2.93 Overall / 2.75 ScienceMCAT 494AE/EED
University of Southern California KeckMasters of Science in Global Medicine32 Units3MCAT 505AE
University of Southern California DornsifePostbaccalaureate Premedical Program

10 Core Courses & MCAT completed3N/ACC
Western University Master of Science
in Medical Sciences
12 Months, 46.50 Credits3One Standardized Test (Professional)AE
Colorado State UniversityMaster of Science in Biomedical Sciences (3 Options)1 YearN/AGRE, MCAT, or DATAE
Colorado State UniversityMaster of Science in Toxicology1-2 Years3N/AAE
Regis UniversityMaster of Science in Biomedical Sciences
9 Months, 32 Credits3.0 recommendedGRE or MCAT recommendedAE
Regis UniversityBiomedical Genetics and Genomics Academic Certificate
8 Months, 13 Credits3N/AAE
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical CampusMaster of Science in Modern Human Anatomy
1 Year, 43 CreditsN/AGRE, MCAT, or DAT consideredAE
University of Colorado BoulderPost-Baccalaureate Health Professions
1 Year, 8 Core Classes~3.3 Average AcceptedN/ACC
University of Northern ColoradoMasters in Biomedical Sciences (online track available)1 Year3Standardized test applicable to your field (eg. MCAT, GRE)AE
Quinnipiac UniversityMaster of Health Science Medical Laboratory Science35/38 Credits2.75N/AAE
University of ConnecticutMedicine and Dental Medicine Post-Baccalaureate Program (Program A or B)~2 Years3N/AAE/CC
District of Colombia
American UniversityPostbaccalaureate Premedical Certificate~1 Year3.2N/AAE/CC
George Washington UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine Program12 Months, 35 Credits3SAT, ACT, or GRECC
George Washington UniversityGraduate Certificate in Anatomical & Translational Sciences18 Credits3MCAT or GRE recommendedAE
Georgetown University MS in Physiology - Complementary and Alternative Medicine11 Months3MCAT, GRE, DAT, or PCAT; other standardized test acceptedAE
Georgetown University Regular or Special Masters in Physiology10/12 Months~3.5 (Regular MS)
~3.2 (Special Masters) Average Accepted
MCAT (Special Masters)AE
Georgetown UniversityPost-Baccaulaureate Pre-Medical Certification Program15-24 Months3.2N/ACC
University of DelawarePremedical Post-Baccalaureate Undergraduate Certificate26-44 Hours3N/ACC
Barry UniversityMS Biomedical Sciences (Medical, Dental, or Research Curriculum)33/34 Units3GRE, MCAT, DAT, OAT, VAT and PCATAE
Florida Atlantic UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Medical Pathway Program (AE or CC Track)1-2 Years3.4 (AE track)
3.0 (CC track)
MCAT 504 (AE track)
Florida International UniversityGraduate Certificate in Molecular and Biomedical Sciences20 CreditsN/AN/AAE
Florida State UniversityBridge to Clinical Medicine12 MonthsN/AN/AAE/EED
Larkin Health Sciences InstituteMasters of Science in Biomedical Sciences33 Credits2.7GRE, MCAT, DAT, VAT, and PCATAE
University of FloridaPre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Program (Career Changer or ReStart Program)61-76 Credits3N/AAE/CC
University of MiamiPre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Career Changer Program
1-2 Years3.5 in last 4 semesters of courseworkN/ACC
University of South FloridaMaster's in Medical Sciences (Medical Track or Research Track)1 Year3GRE or MCATAE
University of South FloridaMasters in Medical Science with a Concentration in Interdisciplinary Medical Science31 Credits3MCAT 494AE/EED
Agnes Scott CollegePost-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program13 Months, 35 Credits3.5GRECC
Mercer UniversityMaster of Science in Biomedical Sciences (Thesis Based)2 Years3GRE, MCAT, VCAT, or DATAE
Mercer UniversityMaster of Science in Preclinical Sciences31 Credits2.8GRE, MCAT, VCAT, OAT, DAT, or PCATAE
Hawaii Pacific UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Certificate in Pre-Medical/Pre-Health Studies2 Years, 56 Credits2.5 Cumulative/ 2.5 Last 60 creditsN/ACC
John A. Burns School of Medicine'Imi Ho'ōla Post-Baccalaureate Program1 year, 3 Science-intensive coursesN/AN/AAE/EED
Dominican UniversityBachelor of Medical Science (Post Baccalaureate Second Bachelors Degree)124 Credits in total; 34 earned from Dominican University3N/AAE/CC
Illinois Institute of TechnologyMaster of Science in Biology for the Health Professions
32 Credit Hours2.5 or GPA waiverDAT, MCAT, or GRE consideredAE
Lewis UniversityPre-Medical Studies Program
Loyola University ChicagoMA in Medical Sciences
24 Credit Hours3MCAT 500AE
Loyola University ChicagoMS in Infectious Disease and Immunology2 Years, 24 Credits and Research ThesisN/AN/AAE
Loyola University ChicagoMS in Physiology9 Months, 24 Credits3MCAT 504AE
Midwestern UniversityMA in Biomedical Sciences2 Years, 45 Quarter Hour Credits2.75MCAT, DAT, OAT, GRE, or PCATAE
Northwestern University School of Professional StudiesPremedicine Certificate Program
12, 15, or 21 MonthsN/AGRE consideredCC
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & ScienceMS in Biomedical Sciences1 YearBased on prerequisite grades (C or better)DAT, MCAT, or GREAE
Rush UniversityMS in Biotechnology1 Year, 34 Credits3.0 RecommendedMCAT, GMAT, PCAT DAT, or GREAE
Souther Illinois University School of MedicineMEDPREP2 YearsBased on prerequisite grades (C or better)N/AAE/EED
Indiana UniversityMS Pre-Professional Degree Program
30 Credits3MCAT 498, GRE 50%, or DAT 17AE
Indiana University School of MedicineMaster of Science in Medical Science Program2 Years, 36 Credits3MCAT 490AE/EED
Iowa State UniversityMaster of Science in Biomedical Sciences1 Year, 30 Credits3GRE Verbal 150, Quantitative 150, Analytical Writing 3.0; MCAT 494; PCAT 381; DAT 17; or OAT 280 AE
University of LouisvillePostbaccalaureate Pre-medical Program
2 Years3.3ACT 24, SAT 1200/1600 or 1750/2400 Minimum Composite, GRE 50% in each area, GMAT 50th percentile minimum composite, or LSAT 50th percentile minimum compositeCC
University of LouisvillePost-Baccalaureate Pre-Med ProgramN/A3.3 SAT 1200/1600 or 1750/2400, GRE Each area 50 percentile, ACT 24, or GMAT 50th percentileCC
Louisiana State University ShreveportMaster of Science in Biological Sciences (Thesis or Non-thesis)30 Semester Hours2.5GRE (new) 300 combined verbal & analytical, or GRE (old) 1000 combined analytical & quantitive AE
Tulane University MS in Cell & Molecular Biology2 Semesters, 30 Credits3MCAT, GMAT, LSAT, DAT, ORT, or GRE.AE
Tulane School of MedicineMS in Medical Genetics & Genomics1 Year, 30 hours3.0 RecommendedGRE 308 or MCAT 22 recommendedAE
Tulane University School of Medicine MS in Microbiology and Immunology (Thesis or Non-thesis)1 Year3MCAT 27/504, DAT 18, GRE 300 or 1100 AE
Tulane University School of MedicineMS in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology2 Semesters, 30 Credit Hours3MCAT 26/500, or DAT 19AE
Tulane University MS in Pharmacology
(Thesis or Non-thesis)
1 Year, 27 (Thesis) or 31 (Non-thesis)3MCAT 27/500, DAT 18, GRE 300AE
Tulane UniversityMS Physiology1 Year, 30 Credits3MCAT 502, DAT 18, or GRE 310 AE
Boston UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Certificate in Pre-Medical Studies32 Credits3.3N/ACC
Boston University School of MedicineMaster of Science in Oral Health Sciences1 Year, 32 Credits2.9DAT 17AE
Boston University School of MedicineMS in Medical Sciences Program1-2 Years, 32 Credits3MCAT 50th percentile (500), or GRE 70th PercentileAE
Brandeis UniversityBrandeis University
Post-baccalaureate Premedical Program (Career Changer or Finisher Track)
2 Years (career changer) or 15 Months (finisher track)3SAT, ACT, or GRECC
Elms CollegePost-Baccalaureate Program1-2 YearsN/AN/ACC
Harvard Medical SchoolMaster of Medical Science in Immunology64 CreditsN/AGRE or MCATAE
Harvard Extension SchoolPremedical ProgramN/A3.0 RecommendedN/AAE/CC
MGH Institute of Health ProfessionsPrerequisites for the Health Care ProfessionsN/AN/AN/ACC
Mount Holyoke CollegeMount Holyoke College
Postbaccalaureate Prehealth Program
12 Months3.5ACT, SAT, or GRECC
Tufts UniversityPostbaccalaureate Premedical Program1-2 YearsN/ASAT, ACT, or GRE CC
Tufts UniversityMaster of Science in Biomedical Sciences1-2 YearsN/AMCAT, GRE, or DATAE
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Pre-Health Professions Certificate
4 SemestersN/AN/ACC
WorcesterPostbaccalaureate Pre-Medical Program30 Credits2.75N/ACC
Goucher CollegePost-Baccalaureate Premedical Program11 MonthsN/ASAT, ACT, or GRE CC
John Hopkins UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Premedical Program
9-14 Months3.0 RecommendedN/ACC
John Hopkins UniversityPost-Bacc Health Science Intensive
John Hopkins University BloombergMaster of Health Science1 Academic YearN/AN/AAE
University of MarylandScience in the EveningN/A2.5N/ACC
Lawrence Technological UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Certificate In Premedical Studies44 Credits (17 credits accepted for transfer)2.9N/ACC
University of Michigan Medical SchoolMS in Physiology34-35 Credits3MCAT 27/502, DAT 17, PCAT 410, GRE 660 Quant/500 Verbal or 160 Quant/115 Verbal (post 2011)AE
University of Michigan Medical SchoolPostbac MEDPREP
8-14 Months3.5N/ACC
Northwestern Health and Sciences UniversityPostbaccalaureate Prehealth41 Credits2N/ACC
Avila UniversityPost-Baccalaureate ProgramN/AN/AN/ACC
Rockhurst UniversityPre-medical Post-baccalaureate Program2 Years3.3ACT or SATCC
St. Louis UniversityMedical Anatomy and Physiology Preparatory Program
24 Credits3MCAT 495 or GRE 40th PercentileAE
Washington University in St. LouisPost-Baccalaureate Premedical Program30 Units3.2N/ACC
Mississippi CollegeMaster of Science in Medical Sciences1-2 Years, 33 hoursN/AMCAT 20/490, DAT 15, GRE (old) 850 Verbal & Quantitative, GRE (new) 146 Verbal and 146 on Quantitative AE
University of Mississippi Medical CenterMaster of Science in Biomedical Sciences30 Credit Hours3.0 recommendedGRE 295 on Verbal & Quantitative, MCAT 20/492, or DAT 15AE
William Carey University of Osteopathic Medicine Master of Biological Science34 HoursN/AMCAT 20 (25 Preferred), GRE 290 (300 Preferred), or DAT 15 (17 Preferred)AE
Montana State UniversityPost Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Certificate12-15 Months3N/ACC
Montana State UniversityMaster of Science in Health Science
1 Year, 30 Credits3N/AAE
North Carolina
Campbell University School of Osteopathic MedicineMaster of Science in Biomedical Sciences2 Years3Any graduate level standardized test consideredAE
Duke University School of MedicineMaster of Biomedical Sciences1 Year, 38 Credits3.2MCAT, GRE, DAT, or other professional school test scores consideredAE
Guilford CollegePost-Baccalaureate Pre-Health ProgramN/AN/AN/AAE/CC
Meredith CollegePre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
24 Credit HoursN/ASAT, ACT, GRE, or MCATAE/CC
North Carolina State UniversityMasters of Physiology (Thesis or Non-Thesis Option)36 Semester Hours3GREAE
University of North Carolina GreensboroPremedical and Predental Post-Baccalaureate Program

15 MonthsN/AN/AAE/CC
Wakeforest UniversityMaster of Science in Biomedical Science30-36 Semester Hour Credits3N/AAE
Creighton UniversityPre-Medical Post-Baccalaureate Program
13 MonthsN/AN/AAE/EED
University of DarthmouthMasters of Public Health (1 Year Accelerated or 2 Year Online) or Master of Science in Healthcare Research25 Credits3.2 to be eligible for test waiverGRE, MCAT, or GMATAE
New Jersey
Cooper Medical School of Rowan UniversityPost Baccalaureate in Advanced Premedical Studies27 Credits3MCAT recommendedAE
Drew UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Preparation Program24 Credits3N/ACC
Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityGateway to Professional Studies
(Masters of Health)
33 Credits3CAT, PCAT, DAT or GRE (if applicable)AE
Rider UniversityPremedical, Predental, and Preveterinary Studies
Rutgers UniversityPostbaccaluareate PreHealth Program

12/21 Credits3.2N/ACC
Rutgers University Master of Biomedical Science

1-4 Years3MCAT 22 or GRE 60th Percentile; DAT acceptedAE
William Paterson University of New JerseyPost-Baccalaureate Pre-Professional Program
16 MonthsN/AN/ACC
University of Nevada School of MedicinePost-Baccalaureate Program
16 Credits Per Semester2.85N/AAE
New York
Adelphi UniversityCertificate in Basic Sciences for Health Professions

34 Credits3.25ACT or SATCC
City College of New YorkPostbaccalaureate Certificate in Health Professions Preparation43 credit3.0N/AAE/CC
Columbia UniversityPostbaccalaureate Premedical Program

N/A20 Points for CertificateN/ACC
Columbia University Medical CenterMaster's in Nutrition Science1 Year, 33 CreditsN/AGRE, MCAT, or DATAE
Cornell UniversityNutritional Sciences Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Health Studies1 Year2.8Any standardizes test scores consideredAE
Farmingdale State CollegeSciences for the Health Professions Certificate34-50 Credits3N/ACC
Fordham UniversityFordham Post Baccalaureate Pre-Medical/Pre-Health Program6 Courses or 30 Credits3N/ACC
Hofstra UniversityPremedical Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Natural Science
15 Months, 32 Credits3N/ACC
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount SinaiClinical Research Training Program (Certificate)

9 Courses, 26 CreditsN/AGRE, MCAT, or USMLE AE
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount SinaiMaster of Science in Biomedical Sciences
45 Credits
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount SinaiMaster of Science in Clinical Research2 Years, 38 CreditsN/AGRE, MCAT, or USMLE AE
Manhattanville CollegePost Baccalaureate Pre-HealthCore Courses3N/ACC
New York Medical CollegeMaster of Science in Basic Medical Sciences - Accelerated Track1 Year, 32 Credits3.1MCAT 28 or 70% PercentileAE
New York Medical CollegeMaster of Science in Basic Medical Sciences - Traditional Track2 Years, 30 Credits (Thesis/Review)N/AMCAT, GRE, or DATAE
New York UniversityPostbaccalaureate Prehealth Studies Program18-24 Months3N/ACC
Purchase CollegePremedical StudiesN/AN/AN/ACC
Stony Brook UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Pre-Health Program
N/A3.3 RecommendedN/ACC
Syracuse UniversityMS in Biomedical Forensic Sciences
36 CreditsN/AGRE or MCATAE
City College of New YorkPost-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Studies
Specified Courses Required2.8N/ACC
Touro College of Osteopathic MedicineMaster of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies in Biological and Physical Sciences

43 Credits3MCATAE
University at BuffaloMS/MA in Biological Sciences2 Years, 18 Credits3.2 if no test scores submittedMCAT, DAT, or GRE AE
University of RochesterPost-baccalaureate Pre-medical Program

12-24 Months3N/ACC
Case Western Reserve UniversityMaster of Science in Nutrition27 Semester Hours3ACT or SATAE
Case Western Reserve UniversityMasters in Bioethics27 Semester HoursN/AGRE, MAT, MCAT, LSAT, or the GMATAE
Case Western Reserve University MS in Pathology
Specified Courses Required3.0 RecommendedMCAT 26 or GRE verbal 150 and quantitative 150AE
Case Western Reserve UniversityMS in Applied Anatomy30 Credit HoursN/AGRE, MCAT or DATAE
Case Western Reserve UniversityMS in Medical Physiology2.9 RecommendedN/ARecommended: MCAT 25/500, DAT 18, GRE 40th PercentileAE
Case Western Reserve UniversityPost-baccalaureate Readiness Instruction for bioMedical Education Program (PRIME)1-2 Years3.4 (Considered competitive)N/AAE/CC
Cleveland State UniversityPre-Professional Health Post Baccalaureate Programs (Pre-Med, Pre-Vet, Pre-Pharm)N/AN/AN/AAE/CC
Northeast Ohio Medical UniversityNEOMED-CSU Partnership for Urban Health Postbacc/M.D.

2 Years3MCAT 492 or GRE 150 on both Verbal and Quantitative SubtestAE/CC
John Carroll UniversityPre-Medical Post-Baccalaureate Program34 Semester Credit Hours3N/ACC
The Ohio State UniversityMedicine Medical Careers Pathway Post Baccalaureate Program (MEDPATH)1 Year3MCATAE
University of Cincinnati College of MedicineSpecial Masteräó»s Program in Physiology1 Year3MCAT 28/504AE
The University of ToledoMSBS in Medical Sciences

1 YearN/AMCAT 28/500 recommendedAE
Northeastern State UniversityPost-baccalaureate Pre-health Certificate Program

~2 Years3N/ACC
University of OregonHealth Professions ProgramN/AN/AN/ACC
Bryn Mawr CollegePost-baccalaureate Premedical Program
12 Months3.3N/ACC
Chatham UniversityMaster of Science in Biology33-34 Credits3N/AAE
Premedical Post-BaccalaureatePost-Baccalaureate Program (Basic Core in Health Sciences Track or Advanced Core in Health Sciences Track)1 Year3.0 RecommendedN/AAE/CC
Drexel UniversityInterdepartmental Medical Science1 Year3MCAT 27 or 75th, Percentile, DAT 20, or OAT 330AE
Drexel UniversityDrexel Pathway to Medical School (DPMS) program1 Year3.0 RecommendedMCAT 27th Percentile in each Section and OverallAE/EED
Drexel Medical SchoolMasters in Biomedical Studies2 Years2.9MCAT 21 or 35th Percentile,AE
Drexel UniversityMasters in Medical Science2 Years3MCAT, GRE, OAT, or DATAE
Drexel UniversityEvening Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical (PMED) program2 Years3SAT 60th Percentile, ACT 20, or GRE 60th Percentile CC
Duquesne UniversityPost-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical and Health Professions Program1 Year3Not encouragedAE/CC
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic MedicineHealth Sciences Post Baccalaureate Program

9 Months2.7ACT, SAT, or MCATAE/CC
LaSallePostbaccalaureate Premedcial Certificate Program7 Science/Math Courses3N/ACC
LeHigh UniversityHealthcare Systems Engineering30 Credits2.75GREAE
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic MedicineMS in Biomedical Sciences1-2 yearsN/AMCAT, PCAT, DAT, OAT, or GREAE
Rosemont CollegePost Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program

Temple University School of MedicineBasic Core in Medical Sciences Program (BCMS)1 Year, 34 Credits3.3N/ACC
Temple University School of MedicineAdvanced Core in Medical Sciences Program (ACMS)10 Months, 23 Credits3.4N/AAE
The Commonwealth Medical CollegeMaster of Biomedical Sciences (MBS) Program
36 CreditsN/AN/AAE
Thomas Jefferson UniversityPostbaccalaureate Pre-Professional Program (P4)1-2 Years3.2ACT 21 or SAT 1000 (Before 2005)/ 1600 (After 2005)CC
University of Pennsylvania Pre-Health Core Studies Program1-2 YearsN/AN/ACC
Pennsylvania UniversityPre-Health Specialized Studies Program

1-2 YearsN/AN/AAE
University of PittsburgBiomedical Masters Program1-2 Years3.2N/AAE
Puerto Rico
Ponce Health Sciences UniversityMaster of Science in Medical Sciences1 Years2.7MCATAE
Rhode Island
Providence CollegePre-Health Professions Certificate24 Credits3N/ACC
South Carolina
Medical University of South CarolinaMaster of Science in Medical Sciences

31 Credits3MCAT 50th Percentile or DAT 50th PercentileAE
University of South Carolina School of MedicinePost-Baccalaureate Certificate in Biomedical Sciences

1 Year3GRE 300/1100, MCAT 500/21, or DAT 17AE
Carson-Newman CollegePost-baccalaureate Program
1-2 YearsN/AN/ACC
Lincoln Memorial UniversityMaster of Science (in Anatomical Sciences, Biomedical Professions, Life Science Research, Life Science Teaching, or Veterinary Biomedical Sciences)1 Year3MCAT 492, GRE 292 and writing score of 3.5, or DAT 17; PCAT consideredAE
Lipscomb UniversityMaster of Science in Biomolecular Science1 Year, 30 Hours3GRE 300/1000, MCAT 24/490, DAT 17, Biology MFT 155AE
Texas Tech UniversityMS in Biomedical Sciences2 Years3.6 RecommendedGRE 310/1220, MCAT 27 RecommendedAE
University of North Texas Health Science CenterSpecialized MS in Medical Sciences1 YearN/AMCAT, GRE, or DATAE
Eastern Mennonite UniversityMA in Biomedicine

2 Years2.5MCAT or GREAE
Eastern Virginia Medical SchoolMaster's of Biomedical Science1 or 2 Year Program2.75MCAT 27/530 (1 Year Program) or 23/496 (2 Year Program), or DAT 18AE
Eastern Virginia Medical SchoolContemporary Human Anatomy Program3 Semesters2.75GRE, MCAT, DAT or TOEFAE
Edward Via College of Osteopathic MedicineGraduate Certificate Premedical Program1 Year2.9N/AAE
George Mason UniversityGraduate Certificate in Advanced Biomedical Sciences
9 Month, 20 CreditN/AN/AAE
Hampton UniversityMasters in Medical Science Program2 Years, 50 Credits2.5MCAT, DATAE, EED, and CC
Liberty UniversityMS in Biomedical Sciences1-2 Years, 39 Hours3MCAT 20/493, GRE 140 Verbal and 145 Quantitative, DAT 14.5, or PCAT 70AE
University of VirginiaPost-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program
Virginia Commonwealth UniversityPremedical Graduate Health Sciences Certificate Program

1 Year, 27 Credits3MCAT 25/500, DAT 16, or GRE 151 Quantitative and 153 Verbal (or 1200 Combined on Previous Scale) AE
Bennington CollegePostbaccalaureate Premedical Program1 YearN/ASAT, ACT, or GRE recommendedCC
University of VermontPost-Baccalaureate
Premedical Program
1-2 Years, 24 Credits3.2 RecommendedN/ACC
University of VermontMaster of Medical Science Degree12 Months, 30 CreditsN/AMCAT or GREAE
Heritage UniversityMaster of Arts in Medical Sciences1 Year, 36 Credits3MCAT, GRE, PCAT, OAT, or DATAE
Seattle UniversityPostbaccalaureate Premedical Program

1-3 Years3.0 Highly RecommendedN/ACC
West Virginia
West Virginia UniversityMaster of Science in Health Sciences31 Credits3GRE, MCAT or DAT (if taken)AE

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