Record Enhancement Programs
AAMC Post-baccalaureate Premedical Programs Database
The Association of American Medical Colleges' Post-baccalaureate Premedical Programs database enables you to search according to program type and other program characteristics. This is the most comprehensive list of programs available.
The following list of programs is by no means complete, but included here are programs where some of our alumni have found success. Most of them are also programs that have existed for some time. Additional programs are listed in our Post-Bac Programs: Record Enhancers handout (pdf).
Boston University - Medical & Dental Enhancement Programs
The Master of Arts in Medical Sciences (MAMS) can be completed in one or two calendar years and includes a thesis component.
The Master of Arts in Medical Sciences (MAMS) Oral Health Sciences Track is designed specifically for students who wish to improve their credentials for dental school admission.As a MAMS Oral Health SciencesTrack student, you will take courses at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine (BUGSDM) as well as courses offered through GMS at the School of Medicine.
In addition, optional course work is available in a variety of disciplines, including public health, health care management, mental health or clinical research, for both pre-med and pre-dental students. ♦
The goal of the Office of Professional Studies in the Health Sciences is to help accomplished students gain new knowledge in the biological sciences so that they may be better positioned to enter medical or other health professional schools or the job market in related fields. The programs have been assisting students in reaching their professional goals since 1981, with well over 1,000 students entering more than 75 percent of the U.S. allopathic medical schools and nearly all of the U.S. osteopathic schools. ♦
Since 1975, Georgetown University School of Medicine has conducted a special program leading to a Masters of Science degree in Physiology. This program, called The Special Master's Program (The SMP), is tailored to college graduates who wish to strengthen their credentials for application to U.S. medical schools. The Georgetown Special Master's Program is the first and longest running program its kind. Georgetown also offers the Georgetown Experimental Medical Studies Program for students from minority, disadvantaged and under-served populations, and whose disadvantaged circumstances have contributed to modest academic credentials. ♦
Harvard University Extension School
As Harvard University’s primary resource for continuing education for a century, Harvard Extension School Health Careers Program offers an open and comprehensive academic curriculum, with courses and programs to meet the interests and needs of a diverse public. Introductory and advanced science courses are offered, mostly in the evening to accommodate working professionals. ♦
Temple University Advanced Core in Medical Sciences Program
Temple ACMS students enroll in a full-time, 10-month program of graduate study taught by medical school faculty, with MCAT preparation for those who require additional prep. After successful completion of the Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program, students enter the MD Degree program at Temple University School of Medicine. Successful students achieve a 3.5 BCPM GPA in the Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program and achieve an MCAT total score of 30 with no one score below 8.
Tulane University Masters in Human Genetics
The Hayward Genetics Center at Tulane University Health Sciences Center provides a One-Year Masters Degree Program in Human Genetics. This program is designed to give graduates an in-depth understanding of the rapidly advancing field of human genetics and help prepare for careers in the health sciences ♦
Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Master in Biomedical Science
The MBS Program at Rutgers - RWJ provides courses focusing on the basics of medical sciences, such as Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology, Microbiology & Immunology and Medical Biochemistry. Other features include a Patient-Centered Medicine Seminar to round out the educational experience, and the opportunity for personal interaction with RWJ Medical School faculty. To complete the MBS degree, students are paired with faculty mentors to conduct their individual Capstone projects. Requires MCAT/GRE scores and two letters of recommendation. ♦