Post Baccalaureate and Graduate Programs
Students often pursue a Post Baccalaureate program or other graduate level instructional program. For a list of institutions providing such programs, see below.
Post Bac Programs listed by AAMC
Below is a list of Post Baccalaureate programs searchable by category (Career Changer, Academic Record Enhancer, Underrepresented Minority Students, Economically or Educationally Disadvantaged Students, Accommodates Students Interested in other Health Professions) provided by the American Association of Medical Colleges:
AAMC Comprehensive list of Postbacc Programs
For more information about Post Bacc Programs, see the AAMC factsheet:
Considering a Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program
The Associated Medical Schools of New York represents the 17 schools of undergraduate and graduate medical education in New York state. These schools have created Post-Baccalaureate Programs for students who have either applied to medical schools or are hoping to improve their academics prior to applications.
Post Bac Programs listed by AACOM
See Post Baccalaureate Premedical Programs listed by the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine.
Post Bac Centralized Application Service
The National Institute of Health's Office of Intramural Training & Education offers a Postbaccalaureate IRTA/CRTA program designed to provide recent college graduates an opportunity to spend a year (or two) doing biomedical research in the resource-rich environment of the NIH. Applicants are expected to apply to graduate or professional (medical, dental, etc.) school during their time at the NIH.
Dental Post Bac/Dental Masters
Visit the American Dental Association website for a list of Advanced specialty education or postdoctoral general dentistry education programs
Visit the American Dental Association website for a list of Dental assisting, dental hygiene or dental laboratory technology education programs
Graduate Instructional Programs by Carnegie Classification
For additional listings of of Graduate Instructional Programs visit the Carnegie Classification of Institutes of Higher EducationTM