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6 Year Medical School Programs – Medical Schools in the US

What are some 6 or 7 year college and medical school programs in the US?

any would be appreciated!

8 Responses so far.

  1. Todd W says:

    UC Riverside

  2. thesteveness says:

    UAMS (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)

    U of Houston (one of the best in the country)

  3. paki princess says:

    Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education in nyc

  4. Ravi P says:

    University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC)

  5. nsbball07 says:

    GPPA Medicine at University of Chicago (UIC)

  6. MS3 says:

    NEOUCOM

  7. belfus says:

    Albany (NY) Medical College with Union College for undergrad

  8. a4_by_four says:

    The George Washington University (Washington, DC) has a 7 year B.A./M.D. combined program.

    Other 6 or 7 yr programs include:

    Boston University School of Medicine (7 year program) Provisional admission into medical school. Typical applicant has an average 1500 SAT score, 33-34 ACT score, 3.9 G.P.A., and three SAT II subject tests (writing, chemistry and math IIc) Students must take the MCAT and maintain a minimum G.P.A average. Applications are due Dec 1 on the year prior to matriculation. International students: Eligible for this combined program (link) Contact phone number: Admission representative 617-353-2300

    Drexel University College of Medicine (DUCM) (7 year program) Applicants require minimum SAT score of 1360, minimum 3.5 GPA, in top 10% of high school class, and maintain a minimum 3.45 GPA as an undergraduate (no grades less than a C), and a minimum MCAT score of 30. If interested in Drexel University College of Medicine, applicants can choose from the following undergradutate campuses: Wilkes University (WU), West Chester University (WU), Muhlenberg College (MC), Monmouth University (MU), Lehigh University (LU), Villanova University (VU), Rosemont College (RC), and Ursinus College (UC).

    George Washington School of Medicine (GWSM) and George Washington University (GWU) (7-8 year program) Provisional admission into medical school. Each year a student’s progress is monitored. Applicants require minimum SAT 1400, MCAT not required, and must maintain a minimum 3.3 GPA as an undergraduate. Students required to take SAT II in writing, science and mathematics. Students must have 100 hours of community service per year. 20 students matriculate into the program every year. Freshman scholarship options (FSO) available. International students: Not eligible for the combined program. Contact phone number: 800-447-3765

    Howard University College of Medicine (HU) and Howard University (HU) (6 year program) Contact phone number: 202-806-7231

    Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University (JMC) and Penn State University (PSU) (6 year program) Guaranteed admission into medical school upon matriculating into the six year accelerated program. Applicants requires minimum SAT 1440, top 10 percent of high school class. MCAT needed in junior year. Contact Robert Mitchell at 814-865-5471

    Meharry Medical College School of Medicine (MMC) with Tennessee State University (TSU) (7 years) Contact: Dr. Harlston

    Meharry Medical College School of Medicine (MMC) with Fisk University (FU) (7 year program) Applicants not guaranteed admission into Meharry Medical school upon applying to Fisk University. Applicant must enroll in Fisk University and will be evaluated on the following: Grades (minimum GPA 3.3), high school ranking and SAT scores. A joint committee screens and interviews the applicants for medical school. In the junior year, the MCAT is taken and a minimum score of 24 is needed. After matriculating into Meharry Medical School for one year, a BA degree is granted from Fisk University.

    Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NOU) (6 year program) Guaranteed admission into the medical school. Average applicant has a 3.86 GPA, SAT score of 1273, and admission preference given to Ohio residents. International applicants: Must have a green card to apply. If interested in Northeastern College of Medicine, applicants can choose from the following undersgraduate campuses: University of Akron (UA), Kent State University (KSU) and Youngstown State University (YSU). Contact: Dr. Martha Kory at 330-972-7154

    Northwestern University- Feinberg School of Medicine (NUFS) (7 year program) Applicants require SAT I and SAT II subject tests in writing, mathematics level IIc, and chemistry. You must take a year of calculus, including differential/integral calculus and simple differential equations. Contact phone number: 708-491-7271

    Rush Medical College (RMC) and Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) (6 year program) Applicant not guaranteed admission into medical school. Applicant applies after second year at IIT, students must complete research at IIT, and students have the option to apply to MD/PH.D program. Contact phone number: 312-567-3025

    University of California- Los Angeles School of Medicine (UCLA) and University of California, Riverside (UCR) (7 year program) Contact phone number: 908-787-4333

    University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine (UCSD) and University of California, San Diego. Applicants must apply to medical scholars program and provisionally accepted in the medical program. Applicants require California residency, minimum SAT score of 1500, minimum high school GPA of 4.0, and MCAT not needed. Contact phone number: 858-534-3880, somadmissions@ucsd.edu

    University of Florida College of Medicine (UFCM) (7 year program) Applicants apply their sophomore year and guaranteed admission into the College of Medicine. Applicants must be Florida residents and non-Florida residents may apply, minimum SAT score of 1200, minimum G.P.A.of 3.5, secondary application must be completed. Contact phone number: 352-392-4569

    University of Miami School of Medicine (UM) (HPME program; 6 year program) Guaranteed admission into the medical school. Applicants requires minimum SAT score of 1360, be in the top 10 percent of high school class, take SAT II by Jan. 15 of senior year in high school, must maintain a 3.2 science GPA and 3.4 cumulative GPA. International students: Not eligible for the combined program. Contact: Maria Fallon at 305-284-4323

    University of Miami School of Medicine (UM) (6-7 year program) Apply to medical school in second year at the undergraduate school. Applicants require an SAT 1 score of 1270 and a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.4. Applicants will be interviewed by faculty members. Contact: Maria Fallon at 305-284-4323

    University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine (UMKC) and University of Missouri, Kansas City (UMKC) (6 year program) Contact phone number: 816-235-1870

    UMDNJ- New Jersey Medical School (UMDNJ) and Boston University (BU) (7 year program) Applicants must be New Jersey residents. The program requires research experience during one summer at UMDNJ.

    UMDNJ- New Jersey Medical School (UMDNJ) in conjunction with Drew University (DU) (7 year program) Provisional admisison into medical school. Applicants must have minimum SAT I score of 1400, an interview on Drew University campus, and graduate in the top 10% of graduating class. Students required to take their MCAT their junior year. Students are not required to attend NJMS if they are interested in another program. Drew Merit Awards available.

    UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (UMDNJ) and Rutgers- Newark (Rutgers) (7 year program) Guaranteed admission to medical school. Applicants require minimum SAT of 1400, must be ranked in top 10% of high school class, and must maintain a 3.4 GPA while in the undergraduate program. If you are interested in UMDNJ Medical School, you may apply to the following undergraduate universities: The College of New Jersey (CNJ), Montclair State University (MSU), New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (RSC)

    University of South Florida College of Medicine (USF) (7 year program) Guaranteed admission into medical school. Applicant requirements: Florida resident. SAT score minimum 1300, minimum GPA of 3.7, ranked in the top 10% of high school class, maintain a science GPA of 3.5 while in the undergraduate program.

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