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Newest class for accelerated B.S./M.D. program announced

Marshall University and its Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine have selected 10 high school seniors from across West Virginia as the newest class of students for the accelerated B.S./M.D. program.

The program was established in 2015 as a pathway for high-performing West Virginia students to finish both their Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Medicine degrees in seven years. The new class joins 20 B.S./M.D. students currently in medical school and 28 students in the undergraduate portion of the curriculum.

The following students have been accepted into the program and will begin their undergraduate coursework at Marshall this fall.

  • Bailey Baker – Lincoln County High School (Lincoln County)
  • Sarah Eaglen – Morgantown High School (Monongalia County)
  • Zoya Khalid – George Washington High School (Kanawha County)
  • Sophia McMillion – Robert C. Byrd High School (Harrison County)
  • Gavin Nease – Cabell Midland High School (Cabell County)
  • Wade Ritchie – Richwood High School (Nicholas County)
  • Darshan Sangani – George Washington High School (Kanawha County)
  • Emma Sitler – George Washington High School (Kanawha County)
  • Sidney Strause – Wood County Christian School (Wood County)
  • Cassidy Woodrum – Huntington High School (Cabell County)

About 90% of the cohort reported that they held part-time jobs during high school. In fact, several have held more than one job. In addition to working outside of school, many are student leaders, athletes and community volunteers.

“We have a unique group of hard-working students,” said Jennifer T. Plymale, associate dean of admissions for the School of Medicine. “They have learned to balance all of these responsibilities while maintaining academic excellence—a skill that will serve them well in medical school and in the practice of medicine.”

Students begin the application process the summer prior to their senior year of high school. The program is open to West Virginia high school students who achieve a minimum ACT composite score of 30 (or equivalent SAT) and an ACT math score of 27 (or equivalent SAT), as well as a cumulative GPA of 3.75 on a 4.0 scale. Other criteria include three letters of recommendation and an on-campus interview.

Students who successfully complete the undergraduate program requirements will matriculate directly into medical school.  They are not required to take the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).  Additionally, the students will receive a tuition waiver for the medical school portion of the program.

“Deciding to be a physician at this point in history means to have the courage to stand in the face of danger and the unknown as well as to have hope for a future where we can make a difference for others,“ said Strause, a senior at Wood County Christian School in Williamstown, West Virginia, who will enter the program this fall. “I knew I wanted to be a doctor when I started volunteering at my local hospital in 10th grade. The more aware I became of people in need of medical treatment, the more my heart ached to help them, and watching doctors work in the hospital was inspirational—I wanted to be able to help in the same way.”

Plymale said the program is just one of the ways Marshall University is working to keep talented, bright students in West Virginia. For more information about the program, visit

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Welcome MD Class of 2025!

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Morehouse School of Medicine. Congratulations on your acceptance into the MSM Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree program! Whether you are coming to us from throughout Georgia or across the country, you are joining an interprofessional community of service-oriented scholars aspiring to change lives through education, research, service, and patient care.

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MSM provides a nurturing and student-centered environment for individuals who are passionate about engaging the community in improving their health and well-being.


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The curriculum leading to the M.D. degree focuses on scientific medicine and meeting the primary healthcare needs of patients who are underserved.

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The Early Medical, Dental, and Optometry School Acceptance Programs are undergraduate and professional school educational programs that provide highly qualified students an enriched undergraduate experience in preparation for medical, dental, or optometry school. They provide a path to medical, dental, or optometry school while offering undergraduate students maximum flexibility in exploring the humanities, neurosciences, social sciences, or any other major. The three programs are commonly referred to as EMSAP although they include both dental and optometry school.

EMSAP is not an accelerated BS/MD program; students are expected to spend four years at UAB as an undergraduate and an additional four years in medical, dental, or optometry school. Students can only apply for EMSAP during their senior year of high school.

After successful completion of program requirements and graduation from an undergraduate program at UAB, EMSAP assures highly motivated undergraduates admission to the UAB School of Medicine, UAB School of Dentistry, or UAB School of Optometry.

Students applying for EMSAP should note that it is their responsibility to submit all materials by midnight on November 15, including teacher recommendation letters. We suggest that you check, well in advance, with the persons writing your letters to ensure their submission.


UAB’s own Dr. Greg Pence, provides outstanding leadership in the bioethics field during a time of great uncertainty. He is currently professor in UAB’s philosophy department, where he served as chair from 2012 to 2018 and has been instrumental in developing the university’s Bioethics program. Please view his presentation on the topic of ethical issues facing healthcare practitioners during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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14. UMKC School of Medicine B.A./M.D. Program

Undergraduate School: University of Missouri-Kansas City

Medical School: University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine

Length: 6 years

The only 6 year program on this list, the UMKC BA/MD Program allows you to spread both undergrad and graduate coursework over your 6 years. Clinical experience begins in the third week of the program through a docent team system and there are numerous opportunities for research and community service. 

Admissions for this program are strict, with an average 3.9 high school GPA and 32 ACT score for admitted students. However, the minimum requirements are 3.0 GPA and 24 ACT score, and test scores are superscored. The application is due November 1st, and all tests must be taken before that date. 

Learn more about University of Missouri-Kansas City and see your chances of acceptance.

13. BA/MD Program (NJMS-NWK)

Undergraduate School: Rutgers University-Newark

Medical School: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Length: 7 years

Rutgers’ BA/MD program offers an accelerated path toward your MD at the oldest medical school in New Jersey. Applicants must be high school seniors and apply by November 1st. Applicants must also have a minimum 1400 on the SAT or 32 on the ACT. 

Students in this accelerated program complete their undergraduate degrees in 3 years and are automatically admitted to the medical school provided they maintain minimum progress requirements and complete Rutgers core requirements by the end of junior year. The MCAT is also required, and BA/MD students must achieve scores that are competitive with traditional applicants to Rutgers New Jersey Med School. 

Learn more about Rutgers University-Newark and see your chances of acceptance.

12. Guaranteed Admission Program

Undergraduate School: Virginia Commonwealth University

Medical School: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Length: 8 years

The medical program is VCU’s best-known Guaranteed Admissions program and offers an 8 year program with provisional admission to the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine after 4 years of undergrad at VCU. High school applicants must have a minimum 3.5 unweighted GPA and an SAT score of 1330 or ACT score of 29. In the past, successful applicants have had an average of 450 hours of experience in medically related fields. 

While in undergrad, Guaranteed Admissions Program students must maintain a 3.5 GPA and a 508 MCAT. VCU is also committed to making sure its students have relevant experience, requiring hours of community service and ‘healthcare related experiences’ every semester. 

Learn more about Virginia Commonwealth University and see your chances of acceptance.

11. Pre-Med Health Scholar Program

Undergraduate School: Temple University

Medical School: Temple University School of Medicine

Length: 8 years, possibly 7 years (see website for more info)

The Pre-Med Health Scholar Program can be completed in either 7 or 8 years, depending on your preference and performance. All majors are open to students pursuing the 4+4 track, but students on the 3+4 track must pursue a major in the College of Science and Technology.

To be accepted to the Health Scholar Program, high school students must have an unweighted high school GPA of 3.8 and demonstrated commitment to healthcare service activities, as well as time as a volunteer in health care settings. The program is test-optional, and there is no stated SAT/ACT minimum for those who submit tests. However, undergrads in the program must maintain a 3.6 GPA and score a minimum 509 on the MCAT to confirm their provisional acceptance to the Temple University School of Medicine. 

Learn more about Temple University and see your chances of acceptance.

10. Dual BA/MD Program with GW Columbian College of Arts and Sciences (George Washington University)

Undergraduate School: George Washington University 

Medical School: George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences 

Length: 7 years

This accelerated dual degree program is designed for students who exhibit academic excellence, competitive SAT/ACT scores (90th percentile), leadership in activities, community service, and health care experiences. 

The program requires that you maintain a minimum 3.60 overall GPA and no grades of C or below in any science courses. You must also provide an MCAT practice exam score from an online MCAT review, but you are not required to take the official MCAT. 

GWU’s goal is to create “physician citizens” who are committed to public service. Since GWU is located in the heart of the nation’s capital, its students will have endless opportunities to engage in large-scale advocacy to enact change for healthcare issues they care about. 

Learn more about GWU and see your chances of acceptance.

9. Penn State-Jefferson Premedical-Medical (PMM) Program

Undergraduate School: Penn State University

Medical School: Thomas Jefferson University Sidney Kimmel Medical College

Length: 7 years

The PMM program is a 7-year joint program between Penn State University and Thomas Jefferson University’s Kimmel Medical College. Even though the program is accelerated, summer coursework is not mandatory.

PMM students — required to score at least a 504 composite on the MCAT (no less than 126 on each section) and maintain a 3.5 GPA — are held to a high academic standard. While students will take essentially the same classes as traditional pre-medical students, the combined medical program will relieve some stress, allowing these students to pursue personal interests.

Unlike other undergraduate schools, Penn State offers a Pre-medicine major, which is meant to provide a broad, interdisciplinary foundation for medical school entry. As one of the nation’s most popular medical schools (1 out of 4 to 1 out of 5 medical school applicants apply), TJU’s Kimmel Medical College offers a variety of educational and community programs, which range from an MD/PhD program to a physician shortage area program.

Learn more about Penn State University and see your chances of acceptance.

8. Connections Dual Admissions (BS/MD) Program

Undergraduate School: University of Cincinnati

Medical School: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Length: 8 years

The Connections Dual Admissions Program allows students to gain admission to both the University of Cincinnati’s undergraduate college as well as the College of Medicine. It is a non-accelerated program committed to recruiting underrepresented students. 

To be eligible for admission, you must receive a minimum 1300 on the SAT or 29 on the ACT in a single sitting. After acceptance to the Connections Program, undergraduate students must earn a minimum 3.5 GPA and the MCAT is required. 

Learn more about the University of Cincinnati and see your chances of acceptance.

7. Rochester Early Medical Scholars (REMS)

Undergraduate School: University of Rochester

Medical School: University of Rochester School of Medicine

Length: 8 years

The University of Rochester’s most competitive combined-admission program, Rochester Early Medical Scholars (REMS), allows students to obtain a BA or BS and an MD in eight years. As REMS is not an accelerated program, students are not expected to spend summers studying, and focus is instead placed on research, experience in the clinic, seminars, and social events.

In addition, students enrolled in this program are not required to take the MCAT. As a result, students are given the opportunity to pursue a diverse undergraduate experience. On a similar note, Rochester does not implement a Core Curriculum, meaning that students are free to take classes only in what they’re interested in. Since there are no required subjects, REMS students are able to study an enormous range of subjects and even double- or triple-major.

Learn more about the University of Rochester and see your chances of acceptance.

6.Baylor2 Medical Track Program

Undergraduate School: Baylor University

Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine

Length: 8 years

Just 6 high school students are accepted to this program a year, and all are given scholarships ranging from $12,000 to $40,000. Prospective students must have a 3.8 high school GPA or be a part of the top 5% of their high school class. While test scores are not required, Baylor says considered applicants typically have above a 1430 on the SAT or 32 on the ACT. 

In order to confirm provisional acceptance, undergrads in the Baylor2 program must maintain a 3.5 GPA and score in the 501-507 range on the MCAT. Finally, Baylor2 students must complete all pre-med requirements during their time as undergrads. 

Learn more about Baylor University and see your chances of acceptance.

5. Seven-Year Liberal Arts/Medical Education Program

Undergraduate School: Boston University

Medical School: School of Medicine of Boston University

Length: 7 years

Boston University’s 7-year combined medical program stands out from those offered by other institutions in that it stresses a comprehensive, liberal education, awarding a bachelor of arts rather than a bachelor of science. Due to its accelerated pace, the program requires students to attend a 12-week summer session at the end of sophomore year. During their undergraduate years, students are expected to maintain at least a 3.20 GPA (overall and in the sciences).

In addition, the MCAT is required; students are expected to score at or above the 80th percentile. Boston University undergraduates are offered the option of either fulfilling a Core Curriculum or Divisional Studies. BU’s Core Curriculum covers more educational breadth, while Divisional Studies places focus on a specific field in each of the humanities, mathematics and computer science, natural sciences, and social sciences divisions of the liberal arts.

Learn more about Boston University and see your chances of acceptance.

4. Guaranteed Admissions Program

Undergraduate School: University of Pittsburgh

Medical School: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Length: 8 years

The University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine is consistently ranked within the top 20 medical schools nationwide. The Guaranteed Admissions Program (GAP) allows students to be promoted directly to the Pitt School of Medicine. Prospective students must apply by November 1st of their senior years and are required to have a 1490 composite SAT score or 34 ACT score. 

Undergrads in the GAP are required to maintain a 3.75 GPA in their undergraduate coursework and continue to seek out medically related experiences during their undergraduate years. The University of Pittsburgh also requires GAP students to meet with advisors every semester for support and guidance. 

Learn more about the University of Pittsburgh and see your chances of acceptance.

3. Pre-Professional Scholars Program (PPSP) in Medicine

Undergraduate School: Case Western Reserve University

Medical School: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Length: 8 years

CWRU, a private institution located in Cleveland, OH, and CWRU’s School of Medicine, a top 30 medical school, offer fantastic opportunities for aspiring physicians. Due to the school’s proximity to the Cleveland Clinic, a world-renowned medical center, students are able to shadow highly accomplished physicians and perform research in cutting-edge facilities.

During their undergraduate years, students are expected to maintain a minimum 3.63 overall (and math and science) GPA. The MCAT is not required, and since PPSP is not accelerated, no summer coursework is necessary. The CWRU School of Medicine lets students choose three different tracks to an M.D.: the University Program (traditional four year curriculum), the College Program (integrates research and clinical work), and the Medical Scientist Program (an M.D./Ph.D. program).

Learn more about Case Western University and see your chances of acceptance.

2. Rice/Baylor Medical Scholars Program

Undergraduate School: Rice University

Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine

Length: 8 years

The Rice/Baylor Medical Scholars Program is an 8-year joint program between Rice University and the Baylor College of Medicine. Admitting only 6 students every year, the program is extremely selective, which is to be expected considering that both Rice University and BCM are excellent institutions.

A top 20 college, Rice has been hailed several times as having the nation’s happiest students. Conveniently located right next door to the Texas Medical Center (the world’s largest academic medical center) and downtown Houston, Rice offers numerous opportunities for pre-medical students and other students alike.

Baylor College of Medicine, also a top 20 institution, provides four M.D. dual-degree programs for its students. The Medical Scientist Training Program is an M.D./Ph.D. joint program with Rice University, among other institutions. Students can also obtain both an M.D. and an M.B.A. in five years in a program with Rice’s Jones School of Management. The other two dual-degree tracks end in the acquisition of either an M.D./M.P.H. or an M.D./J.D.

Learn more about Rice University and see your chances of acceptance.

1. Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME)

Undergraduate School: Brown University

Medical School: The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Length: 8 years

PLME, Brown University’s 8-year combined medical program, is the only one of its kind in the Ivy League. As an undergraduate institution, Brown is perhaps most noted for its implementation of the Open Curriculum, which essentially allows students to only enroll in the courses that interest them. In support of this academic freedom, PLME does not require its students to take the MCAT. The only academic requirement is that a minimum 3.0 GPA be maintained in biology courses.

Alpert Medical School, one of the nation’s most selective medical schools, offers the Scholarly Concentrations Program, through which medical students can pursue a field of study beyond the scope of the traditional curriculum. Areas of study include aging, biomedical informatics, integrative medicine, and medical ethics. In addition, Alpert offers several M.D. dual-degree programs, including M.D./Ph.D., M.D./M.P.H., M.D./M.P.P. and M.D./M.P.A. programs.

Learn more about Brown University and see your chances of acceptance.

Do You Have a Balanced College List?

It’s important to have a balanced college list to maximize your chances of getting into a good fit school. A student should apply to 8-12 schools, with 25% being safety schools, 40% target schools, and 35% reach schools. All of these BS/MD programs are highly-selective and are reaches for everyone, so you should also have less-selective schools on your list.

Your chances of acceptance are what make a school a safety, target, or reach. We’ve made it easy to figure out which schools fall into these categories with our free Admissions Calculator. This tool will let you know your odds of acceptance, and give you tips on improving your profile.

You can also search for schools based on preferences like location, major, cost, and more. Give it a try to get a jumpstart on your college strategy!

73 Questions with a Senior BS/MD Accelerated Medical Program Student - ND MD

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Now discussing:

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I bit my lip and from the slight pain of desire.

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