Applicants from the U. S. Educational Model
A Bachelor’s degree or 90 college credits (see Additional Information below).
Required college-level courses:
- General biology with lab
- Inorganic chemistry with lab
- Organic chemistry with lab
- Physics with lab
- College-level math course
Applicants must have at least one academic year of each of the above listed college-level courses.
Recommended additional study:
- College level mathematics
- Foreign language
- Computer science
Medical College Admission Test (MCAT):
- Recommended but not required.
Candidates may qualify for admission upon completion of 90 semester credit hours of study from an accredited undergraduate institution, provided that they meet all other entrance credential requirements. Candidates are expected to demonstrate proficiency in the required premedical courses
Any given part of an applicant’s required academic preparation can be waived, or modified only at the sole discretion of the Admissions Committee. It is the applicant’s sole responsibility to ensure fulfillment of any unique premedical requisites dictated by the licensing authority of the country, region, or jurisdiction where the applicant intends to practice.
For information regarding State licensure requirements students can visit the website of the Federation for State Medical Boards at www.fsmb.org.