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This unique program is designed for those qualified students who have previously completed a bachelor's degree in a non-science related field but who now want to fulfill the requirements for admission to medical or other health profession school. Accepted students will work closely with the Center for Premedical and Health Profession Studies to develop a structured individualized program of study that addresses the requirements for admission to medical, dental, or other health profession schools, more information and application.
Students are invited to apply to participate in two exciting Internship opportunities. One trip, scheduled for Winter Session 2016, is to Toledo, Spain. Another opportunity, during Summer Session 2015, is at Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary. Students will shadow doctors for 75 hours and gain an understanding European Healthcare. These experiences will help students distinguish themselves as great applicants for Medical School and other Health related professional schools. For more information go to:
Toledo, Spain Program Information (closed)
Semmelweis University Flyer (closed)
On April 28, 2014, the AAMC announced a revision to the scoring scale for MCAT 2015. Each of the four sections on MCAT 2015 will be scored 118 - 132, for a total maximum score of 528. The expected mean is 125 per section for a total mean score of 500. The first administration of the new MCAT will be in April 2015, AAMC's press release.
KAPLAN and the Center for Premedical & Health Profession Studies has an agreement to offer discounted MCAT/GRE on campus preparation courses for UD students. To take advantage of this significant discount, students must use the following discount codes: UDELG300 - GRE Onsite/UDELM400 - MCAT Onsite and Advantage Plus. Students must call the KAPLAN customer service center (1-800-KAP-TEST) or Mr. Lyndon Yearick (1-302-519-7331) and provide the appropriate discount code.
The course uses experiential learning to allow for an in-depth understanding of the patient experience. Course readings integrate information that ranges from disease-specific information, to the role of caregivers, to resource navigation, to contemporary health policy issues. Service learning component involves providing assistance to chronically ill individuals within the home setting.
Credit hours: 3
Enrollment: Open to all majors
Class time: Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Instructor: Sarah LaFave, firstname.lastname@example.org, 302-831-8375
New affiliation agreement provides opportunity for aspiring physicians
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June 5 - 12, 2015
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