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Admissions Information:
An application package and further information about this program may also be obtained from:

Office of Admissions.

The ACMRN has a continuous program with three entering classes per year; January, May and September. The ACMRN  has rolling admissions and applications are processed as they arrive. You will be notified if you are accepted within a few weeks after you apply. Students are encouraged to submit applications as soon as possible; before the beginning of each term.

An appointed admissions committee reviews all applications. Applicants are not evaluated solely on academic merit. The standards for acceptance are defined by: undergraduate studies, academic records, demonstration of a high commitment to the medical field, as well as the originality and motivation of the student.

The ACMRN welcomes male and female applicants of ethnic diversity. ACMRN encourages individuals from groups under-represented in the medical profession to apply. ACMRN does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, creed, national origin, veteran status or physical disability.

Undergraduate Course Requirements:
To be considered for admission, an applicant must have satisfactorily completed not less than 90 undergraduate semester hours (or equivalent number of quarter hours). Applicants are not required to have earned a bachelor's degree, but an undergraduate degree from an American, Canadian or internationally accredited college or university is recommended.

The following courses must have been completed satisfactorily:


Biology (including lab)1

General Chemistry (including lab)1

Organic Chemistry (including lab)1

Physics (including lab)1



Pre-medical Program:
Applicants who do not meet the pre-medical requirements may be placed in ACMRN pre-medical program until the pre-medical requirements have been completed. Upon completion of the pre-medical requirements, the student will be admitted into the medical program.

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