Currently, AMSNY is supporting post-baccalaureate programs with two tracks.
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo
To participate in the University at Buffalo (UB) Post-Baccalaureate program, students must apply to a participating medical school (see list below). Once the medical school interviews a student during the admissions process, the school may decide to recommend the qualifying student to the Post-Bac program for additional enrichment. If the student accepts his or her place in the Post-Bac program, the student starts the free program in July. While enrolled in the 12-month program, students receive formal mentoring, advising, and a tailored curriculum. Students also receive a stipend. Upon completion of the program, the student is accepted into the referring medical school.
The following schools participate in the program:
- Albany Medical College
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo, SUNY
- New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
- New York Medical College
- Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University
- SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University
- SUNY Upstate Medical University
- University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
- Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
Post-Baccalaureate Master’s Degree Programs
Qualifying students are referred to a Master’s program through a participating school’s admissions process, or once enrolled in a Master’s program, schools may internally identify students they would like to offer medical school admission to.
Different than the University at Buffalo Post-Baccalaureate program, students in the following programs pay tuition and receive a Master’s degree.
New York Medical College
The Interdisciplinary Basic Medical Sciences Master’s Program is a 30-credit Master of Science degree program. Students enroll in the program directly and are identified as potential medical school candidates in the second semester of the program. Once identified, students must complete the medical school admissions process (if they have not already done so) and maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA throughout the remainder of the program to gain acceptance to the medical school. The curriculum has an emphasis on physiology and microbiology, and includes a literature review or thesis component and a mentoring component.
Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University
The Physiology and Biophysics Master’s Program is a 30-credit Master of Science degree program, with a curriculum emphasis on physiology and biomedical sciences. Students are referred to the program through the medical school admission process at Stony Brook University. Students have a guaranteed acceptance to Stony Brook University School of Medicine as long as they maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or better within the program, meet M.S. program curricular requirements, and earn an MCAT total score of ≥500 (with no less than 124 in any section and scores may not be interchanged from other exams). Eligible students may enroll in the 12-month or 18-month thesis degree program option.
SUNY Upstate Medical University
The Medical Scholars Master’s Program is a 30.5-credit Master of Science in Medical Technology degree program. Students are referred to the program through the medical school admission process at SUNY Upstate. Students have a guaranteed acceptance to SUNY Upstate’s College of Medicine as long as they have a minimum 3.25 cumulative GPA in the program and a 500 MCAT score. The curriculum emphasizes clinical laboratory science and includes a thesis component and a mentoring component. For more information on SUNY Upstate’s Medical Scholars program, please contact Krystal Ripa (firstname.lastname@example.org).