Each University of Michigan Medical School applicant must have completed:
* At least a four-year high school education, or equivalent, and * At least three years (90 semester hours) of course work in an accredited college or university within the United States or Canada. * Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
In addition to appropriate science preparation, the University of Michigan Medical School encourages students contemplating a career in the medical profession to select from among the following courses during their undergraduate years.
* Medical Anthropology * Medical Ethics * Medical Economics or Finance * Medical Sociology * Gender and Health * Health Policy * Health Services Research and Evaluation * Introduction to the American Health Care System * Comparative Health Care system * Psychology and Sociology of Aging * Other courses with similar titles
Courses offering a social science or philosophical context within which to understand the American health care system can provide future doctors with insights that are crucial to functioning most productively within our health care system.
The above list indicates minimum requirements but it should not be inferred that admission is probable for any applicant who meets them.
Since the many fields of medicine offer opportunities for those talented in both the humanities and the sciences, students should allow personal interests to dictate their choice of undergraduate major. In general, the study of a few subjects in depth is recommended. We also recommend courses in genetics and cell biology, as these topics contribute to preparation for the Medical School curriculum.
MAYOR. Ann Arbor; not an option.
The best way to find out the current entrance requirements for Hofstra University is to visit their website.
Look at the entrance requirements for the university you are interested in.
Check the Standford University webpage.
Yes you can as long as you meet the entrance requirements of the university.
These is no any specific requirement.
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Depends entirely on the entrance requirements on the university or collage, as well as any national requirements that the country in which the colledge or university are resident in may place on foreign students.
Check out their website. It will tell you. Good luck and God Bless:)
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The entrance requirements will vary according to the college or university and the specific specialization. Once you collect the names of the institutions you have an interest in, then you can contact each and inquire about the prerequisite coursework and any other entrance requirements the school may have.
Typically, you can start after completion of your high school diploma provided you meet the entrance requirements of the specific university.
There is a definite increase in the difficulty when comparing the entrance standards for any university to its courses of study, as compared to its peers. In areas where entrance requirements are standardised (i.e. all universities have the same requirements) the quality is often lower on average than those which have their own requirements.
Each institution will have entrance requirements particular to themselves. Furthermore, some programs within the specific institution may have requirements in addition to the general admissions requirements. Once you have decided on a specific career path, you can then research colleges and universities that offer your program of study, and inquire about the entrance requirements for that school and major.
Yes you can. You will have to inquire about the specific entrance requirements for the PhD program of study. Each will have varying requirements particular to the college or university and chosen field of study.
The band does not have separate requirements. Entrance into the university and ability to play an instrument and join the Corps are required.
Chico State University is located in California. Entrance requirements include 4 years high school English, 3 years Math, 2 years each of social science, lab science, and foreign language, 1 year art and 1 year college prep.
It depends on the college or university you are applying to, the specific program of study, and the entrance requirements particular to that program. Once you decide on a specific program, you can research institutions that offer that program and inquire about entrance requirements.
Duke requires the following class unit requirements:English: 4Foreign Language: 3Math: 3Science: 3Social Studies: 3
The requirements are slightly above average, compared to the rest of Canadian universities. Some undergraduate programs often require mid-70s, whereas others require mid to high 80s. However, graduate and professional programs at the University of Toronto are often compared to Ivy League standards and are the hardest to earn admission to, particularly law, medicine, and master/doctoral studies.
I would most certainly hope not. Check with the University you wish to attend for their entrance requirements.
The average SAT score is about 2000, and the average ACT score is 31. Most students who get in have scores in the area of these numbers.
The Boston University website is particularly informative and includes all the entry requirements. The links from the councellor pages are particularly good and include PowerPoint presentations explaining the selective score submissions process. It is a bit of a hunt but well worth it.