While applications are accepted on a rolling basis for all terms, applicants are encouraged to submit the online application and all supporting documents by the dates stated below for each term.
September Matriculation: August 15th of the same year.
January Matriculation: December 15th of the preceding year.
May Matriculation: April 15th of the same year.
The Combined Pre-Med/MD program offers a foundation for basic medicine to accommodate students from different academic backgrounds. Students presenting secondary school for Advanced Level (A levels) or International Baccalaureate (IB) credentials will be placed into this combined program based on their academic backgrounds. Evaluation of prior educational background will determine eligibility and appropriate placement for admission to the Pre-med/MD program.
- U.S. high school diploma (or the equivalent) with a strong GPA in science and SAT scores OR passes in Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Ordinary Levels (or the equivalent) are required in mathematics, science, biology, chemistry, English and in at least one other subject OR A matriculation examination, such as the South African or Australian examination (or the equivalent) with strong science grades OR an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma OR a minimum of three General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced level Examinations (or the equivalent) with strong science grades.
- If English is not the principal language, applicants must have achieved a minimum score of 600 (paper based), 250 (computer based), or 100 (internet-based) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or a 6.5 overall on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). The University’s institution identification number for TOEFL is: 8625
- If a student has taken the SAT or Advanced Placement (AP) exams he/she is requested to submit scores to the University. The University’s institutional identification number for the College Board is: 4375.
In order to be considered for Admission to an undergraduate program, the following documents must be submitted to the Office of Enrollment Planning located at 17950 Preston Rd Ste 460, Dallas, TX 75252.
- Application for Admission
- Application fee of $100 (non refundable)
- One passport sized photo
- Personal Statement explaining why you want to become a physician
- Two letters of recommendation from academic or professional sources (one is required from an academic source)
- Resume listing extracurricular or medical volunteer activities
- Official transcripts for all coursework completed thus far
- Transcript Evaluation for coursework completed outside the United States
The College of Arts and Sciences accepts college-level transfer credits from accredited institutions within the United States and from foreign institutions on a case-by-case basis. Transfer credits are evaluated by the Admissions Committee and are not guaranteed.