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To celebrate the launch of Brandeis University’s newly revamped Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Premedical Studies, we are waiving the application fee for your advisees and referrals! Our career-changer program continues to support students who would like to take the necessary pre-requisites for allopathic and osteopathic medical schools as well as related health fields such as dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry, or podiatry.
About our program
Our unique program located in Waltham, Massachusetts, nine miles from downtown Boston and world-famous medical facilities, uses Brandeis’ world-renowned science programs and state-of-the-art facilities as the foundation for two post-bac tracks. Both tracks incorporate our popular Health: Science, Society, and Policy (HSSP) Program curriculum. Our expanded curriculum features two tracks from which students choose: Track 1: Advanced Biology Coursework Track 2: Research in Project Lab Both tracks include the following: The four pre-requisite science courses with labs (biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, and physics) Two courses in our Health: Science, Society, and Policy (HSSP) program: American Health Care and Racial/Ethnic and Gender Inequalities in Health and Health Care Clinical seminar featuring guest speakers from a variety of health care practices Optional hospice training and service Cohort model (fall entrance only) with approximately 20 students New, more affordable tuition Personalized advising Assistance with clinical volunteer placement Highly structured support for the application process, resulting in a committee letter from our board of pre-medical advisors Linkage agreement with The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Tutorial support during the first year of the program
Applications are considered on a rolling basis until the cohort is full. (Please note, no applications will be reviewed after June 1st.) Your advisees and referrals will receive an application fee waiver. The cohort begins each fall semester.
The program is not designed for students who wish to repeat or supplement prior science coursework. It is recommended that applicants have completed calculus before enrolling in the program. Some volunteer experience in the medical field is recommended.
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Please let me know if you have questions about our new curriculum or if there is any other information I can provide.