Did you decide you wanted to become a healthcare practitioner near the end of your undergraduate career or after you received your bachelor’s degree?
This means you may not have all of the necessary pre-health coursework to be prepared to take the MCAT, let alone apply to medical school. At other universities you could take additional classes at the undergraduate level and come away with simply more undergraduate coursework on your transcript; at EMU you can do this and earn a graduate certificate at the same time.
With a Pre-Medical Certificate, you will simultaneously take undergraduate and graduate level pre-health courses. By taking basic natural science courses and more advanced science, psychology, ethics, and research courses, you will be adequately prepared for the MCAT and the rigors of medical school.
The only prerequisites for this program are a minimum GPA of 2.5 and GRE scores.