George Washington University Post-bacc Pre-med Program

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences offers a Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine Certificate Program for medically-minded professionals who may have studied something different at the undergraduate level. Their collaborative, cohort style of education will give you the science background and personalized advising needed to be a competitive applicant to medical school.

Highlights of the program include:

  • Prerequisite coursework for allopathic and osteopathic medical schools, including:
    • Biology I and II, with laboratory
    • General Chemistry I and II, with laboratory
    • Physics I and II, with laboratory
    • Organic Chemistry I and II, with laboratory
    • Biochemistry
    • NEW: Introduction to Biochemical Pharmacology
  • All courses restricted to only Post-bac cohort students
  • A professional development seminar focused on medical school application, writing a personal statement, interview skills, and current issues in healthcare
  • MCAT preparation in partnership with Kaplan
  • Personal advising, including a committee letter of recommendation for medical school application
  • Assistance in securing healthcare-related volunteer, research experience, or other unique internships throughout the DC region
  • Linkage to GW’s MD Program for qualified applicants

GW’s Post-baccalaureate Pre-medicine Certificate Program is a structured, full-time program conducted at GW’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Ashburn, Virginia, approximately 30 miles west of Washington, DC. The 36 credit-hour program begins in the summer and is designed to be completed in a 12-month period.

Applications are now being accepted for May 2018!

For more information about this program visit their website and register for our online information session on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 6 pm ET, by clicking here

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