Your Success is our Top Priority.
At Noorda-COM, everything we do is centered on your academic success. From our tech-forward curriculum to our state-of-the-art simulation experiences; and from our highly credentialed faculty to our engagement with the community, you will find a medical school experience unlike any other here at Noorda-COM.
500 Composite score (preferred) on Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT)
Baccalaureate degree earned from a regionally accredited college or university.
Minimum cumulative and science GPA of 3.0
Completion grade of a C or higher in the following:
- 8 semester credits of:
- Biology/Zoology with lab
- Inorganic Chemistry with lab
- Organic Chemistry with lab (4 semester credits of Biochemistry may be substituted for the 2nd semester of Organic Chemistry)
- Physics with lab
- Anatomy with lab* (4 semester credit hours)
- Physiology with lab* (4 semester credit hours)
- 6 semester credits of:
- English Composition and/or LIterature
- Behavioral Sciences
*Anatomy and physiology are integral parts of medical education training. Completion of courses in anatomy and physiology is highly preferred and will give applicants a competitive advantage. We will accept and consider applications from those who have not completed anatomy and/or physiology courses; however, accepted students who have not completed these courses at matriculation may need to complete additional content as part of enrollment. Note: Matching courses to a prerequisite is not required and you can select “I Am Not Matching Any Courses to this Prerequisite” for any prerequisites for which you do not have classes to assign.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, applications will be accepted with or without MCAT scores. Any request for substitutions or waiver of any admission requirements must be submit in writing to the Director of Admissions stating the request, rationale for request, and supporting documentation. For more details on substitutions or waiver of admission requirements please see page 3 of our full policy here.
We encourage qualified students interested in osteopathic medicine to apply, regardless of their current/permanent state of residence.