Proposed Schedule for 2020-2021

The Medical Post-Baccalaureate Program is divided into two sections, the first starting in September and concluding in December, and the second starting in January and concluding in late April.

The first section consists of an introductory week and approximately 15 weeks of activity, divided as follows:

  • Personal Development  - 30 hours (2 hours/week)
  • MCAT Preparation  - 135 hours (9 hours/week)
  • Immunology (3 CREDITS)  – 45 hours (3 hours/week)
  • Pathology   (3 CREDITS)  - 45 hours (3 hours/week)
  • Community Volunteerism  - 120 hours (8 hours/week)
  • Research Paper  - 60 hours (4 hours/week)
  • Lunch  - 75 hours (5 hours/week)
  • Study Time  - 60 hours (4 hours/week)
  • Standardized Patients  - 40 hours (4 hours/session)

The second section comprises approximately 16 weeks, with one week dedicated to MCAT final test prep, and 14 weeks of activity, divided as follows:

  • Microbiology  (3 CREDITS) 45 hours (3 hours/week)
  • Morphology  (4 CREDITS) 60 hours (4 hours/week)
  • Personal Development  - 30 hours (2 hours/week)
  • MCAT Preparation  - 32 hours (MCAT week prep)
  • Community Volunteerism  - 120 hours (8 hours/week)
  • Research Initiative  - 120 hours (8 hours/week)
  • Lunch/travel  - 75hours (5 hours/week)
  • Study Time  - 75 hours (5 hours/week)
  • Standardized Patients  - 60 hours (4 hours/week)
  • Simulation Center  - 40 hours (2-4 hours/week)


Last Modified 3/1/21