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Postbaccalaureate Premedical Programs
A number of schools offer postbaccalaureate premedical programs to assist individuals to pursue a medical career after they have already received a Bachelor's degree.
The purposes of these programs vary. Some are designed for persons wishing to change careers; these individuals have not yet completed the science courses required for medical school application. Other programs are designed for persons wishing to enhance an existing academic record; these students have taken the requisite courses, but need to improve their GPAs to increase the competitiveness of their medical school applications. Still other programs are specifically designed to assist persons from groups currently underrepresented in medicine or from educationally or economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
This searchable database enables you to search according to program type and other program characteristics.
If you would like to attend a school not described here, please contact its Premedical Advising or Career Counseling Office for information on your options as a postbaccalaureate premedical student. Any questions regarding applying, qualifying, or attending postbaccalaureate programs should be addressed to your school's prehealth advisor or the specific program in which you are interested. Any questions specifically regarding use of this site should be directed to Jarod Field (jfield@aamc.org) at the AAMC.
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