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Science & Technology: Pre-Medical Student Resources

Getting into Medical School: What You Need to Know!

What is Most Important for Medical School Admission?

Medical schools in Georgia

Pre-Medical Advising at Armstrong

You can be ANY major and obtain admission to medical school.  The pre-medical prerequisites are the same, regardless of major.  At Armstrong, the courses below will fit in your Core Area A (Math and English), Core Area D (sciences and statistics, depending on major), Core Area E (psychology and sociology) and your major program.  

Biology, Chemistry, Psychology and Physics are very common majors for Pre-medical students. Armstrong's new degree in Biochemistry is also an excellent choice for Pre-medicine majors.

General Requirements (based on the content of the  MCAT 2015)

Prior to 2015, items with an asterisk (*) are only recommended, but may be required by some schools.  Beginning in 2015, information from these courses will appear on the MCAT exam

Armstrong Pre-Medical Student Association

An organization to provide information and support for members through peer networking and faculty advisement geared to the pursuit of a medical career

Advisor
Mitch Weiland
Chemistry and Physics
912.344.2706
Mitch.Weiland@armstrong.edu

The Dr. Henry and Ann Brandt Family Scholarship

A scholarship for juniors and seniors planning to attend medical school.

Dr. David Robinson Scholarship

A scholarship for juniors or seniors planning to attend medical school

Contact the Armstrong Pre-medical Student Association for more information

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(May 22, 2017) – Armstrong State University Professor of Engineering Studies Cameron Coates, Ph.D., has been selected to participate in the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Faculty Fellowship Program for the second consecutive year.

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(May 18, 2017) –Armstrong State University student members of the Terrapin Educational Research Program of Savannah (TERPS) recently gathered on Tybee Island to release 17 diamondback terrapins into the wild. The state-protected turtles hatched from eggs rescued on Highway 80 last summer.

Read More Savannah Christian Preparatory School Team Wins First Place at Engineering Design Challenge

(May 5, 2017) – Six Savannah Christian Preparatory School students took home the gold for Best Overall Design at this year’s Engineering Design Challenge (EDC), presented by Armstrong State University’s Engineering Studies Program on Saturday, April 29. The winning team, comprised of Camila Hilsaca, Carsen Christy, Blake Chance, Jay Bradley, Robby McCool and Cameron Shults, received a $500 cash prize.

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