Pre - Medical Home
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"California Northstate University (CNU) offers the only Bachelor of Science to Doctor of Medicine (BS-MD) Pathway in the state of California. Highly motivated and goal oriented students have the opportunity to complete undergraduate and medical education in six to seven years or the traditional eight years."
(Provided By: California State University-Northridge)
"Brown’s Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME) combines undergraduate education and professional studies in medicine in a single eight-year program. The PLME is the only combined baccalaureate-MD program in the Ivy League, and a major route of admission to the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University."
(Provided By: Brown University)
"A medical student’s journey begins as soon as they enter the UMKC School of Medicine’s B.A./M.D. program. Immediate exposure to a curriculum that builds a strong foundation in medical science and clinical skills is integrated with the liberal arts and humanities into a year-round program. Our program allows students to choose an undergraduate major and earn their B.A. and M.D. in six years."
(Provided By: The University of Missouri - Kansas City)
The BA/BS-MD degree program at the University of Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus aims to promote the diversity of medical professionals practicing medicine in Colorado and to better serve the health care needs of the State of Colorado by assembling up to 10 outstanding students each year from broadly diverse backgrounds. Applicants must be Colorado residents and have an interest in serving the health care needs of Colorado as primary care physicians. This program is a partnership between the University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
(Provided By: The University of Colorado-Denver)
"Spend three years at Penn State followed by four years at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. Complete a BS in year four and an MD in year seven. Since this programs inception in 1963 more than 1,000 Penn Staters have earned their B.S./M.D. degrees through this cooperative Premedical-Medical program."
(Provided By: Penn State University)
As a Pre-Medical student at Edinboro, you will be held to high standards. You’ll follow a curriculum that is heavy on the sciences, including those that are required and recommended for medical school, as well as those that prepare you for the newest version of the competitive Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT)."
(Provided By: Edinboro University of Pennsylvania)
The B.S./M.D. 7-year program is designed as an integrated curriculum in medical studies. During the first three-years of the program, students fulfill all requirements for the B.S. degree. After successfully completing the three-year sequence, students may be admitted into the CUNY School of Medicine to complete four-years of the MD degree. The Bachelor of Science degree and the MD degree will be conferred by The City College Of New York. (CUNY).
(Provided By: The City College of New York)
"A joint program of The George Washington University Columbian College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, the seven-year BA/MD program is a small, competitive program designed for high school seniors who exhibit academic excellence, competitive (90%) SAT/ACT scores, leadership in activities, community service, health care experiences, and have a strong desire to become a physician. Applicants must be in their senior year of high school to apply for this program."
(Provided By: George Washington University)
“Students applying for this accelerated program will complete a major in Biomedical Sciences (BMS). The Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) will be conferred by MCOM after the successful completion of the 4-year medical program.”
(Provided By: The University of South Florida)