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
- 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!