Saint Charles, USA
Full time, Part time
USD 9,550 / per semester
01 Jun 2023
Earliest start date
21 Aug 2023
As a pre-medical student you will typically follow the Lindenwood curriculum for one of the following: a bachelor of science degree in biological science, a bachelor of science degree in chemistry with an emphasis in biochemistry, or a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences with Emphasis in Cellular and Molecular Biology. Any of these degrees will get you the prerequisite coursework that you need to be a good candidate for application to a medical school. These courses include:
- General Chemistry with lab: two semesters
- General Biology with lab: two semesters
- Physics: two semesters
- Organic Chemistry: two semesters
- English: two semesters
Students must also complete an entrance test (MCAT, GRE, DAT or OAT).
Many health professions schools require or strongly recommend other courses such as biochemistry, cell/molecular biology, genetics, microbiology, statistics, calculus, humanities, fine arts, and social science. Students who want to prepare themselves for admission to one of these professional programs should meet with a biology or chemistry advisor before planning their first-semester schedule.
|27% Higher Income||93% Success Rate|
|Our graduates have a 27% higher income than the national median 10 years after enrolling. Source: US Department of Education's College Scorecard/ Department of Treasury 2018.||Investing in a Lindenwood education sets you up for success. 93% of Lindenwood graduates are employed or enrolled in graduate programs within 6 months of graduation.|
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Scholarships and Funding
Lindenwood offers a wide range of scholarships to support student success. 88% of Lindenwood undergraduates receive scholarships. Source: The National Center for Educational Statistics.