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The Miner Pre-Health Page

 

Welcome To the Pre-Med page for students at the Missouri University of Science and Technology

Missouri S&T students have been very successful in gaining admission to medical, veterinary and dental schools. A pre-dentistry or pre-medicine program (including pre-veterinary medicine) does not require a specific major. It does require considerable coursework in chemistry (through one year of organic chemistry), one to one and a half years of biology (a background in anatomy, biochemistry, and physiology is highly recommended) and one year of physics. The pre-dental / pre-medical student is urged to consider elective courses in computer science, economics, English, fine arts, foreign languages, history, philosophy, psychology, sociology and other disciplines which will add breadth to the student's preparation.

Official Links

Medical Schools in The USA

Register for the MCAT

Apply with AMCAS

Useful Links

National Applicant Data

MCAT Prep Courses

Princeton review

Kaplan

Financial Planning for Pre-meds

Medical School

Admission Requirements

Making the decision

Applying to Medical School

Featured Links

Impressions of interviews at various institutions

Advice from Dr. Edward Friedlander M.D., University of Health Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri

Mothers in Medicine

The Nontraditional Medical Student

National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP)

Teaching Hospitals

Visit the following Missour S&T Departments or Organizations for more information or Pre-Med related events

Missouri S&T Pre-Med Committee

Biological Science Department

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Chemistry Department

Missouri S&T Scrubs

Pre-Law

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