Yes. Coursework supports applicants to the following programs:
Yes. You would choose the preparatory pathway.
Yes. Graduate programs at Meredith are for both women and men.
No. We will also accept SAT, ACT, or GRE scores.
No, but clinical experience is an important part of our program and required for both pathways.
You must complete the program within one calendar year.
Classes are held during the day. We do have two post-baccalaureate only classes held in the evening.
The majority of Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate students begin in the summer semester. If students have already completed a large number of pre-requisites for health professional school, it is possible to begin the program in the fall semester.
Yes. We have an articulation agreement with the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) and with the Methodist University PA program.
Meredith graduates have been accepted into numerous health care programs including the following:
Yes. Our Financial Assistance office can help you apply for loans for your post-bac education. The program qualifies for federal loans (5th year undergraduate).