Pre-Medicine (BS) Lindenwood University
As a pre-medical student you will typically follow the Lindenwood curriculum for one of the following: a bachelor of science degree in biological science, a bachelor of science degree in chemistry with an emphasis in biochemistry, or a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences with Emphasis in Cellular and Molecular Biology. Any of these degrees will get you the prerequisite coursework that you need to be a good candidate for application to a medical school. These courses include:
- General Chemistry with lab: two semesters
- General Biology with lab: two semesters
- Physics: two semesters
- Organic Chemistry: two semesters
- English: two semesters
Students must also complete an entrance test (MCAT, GRE, DAT or OAT).
Many health professions schools require or strongly recommend other courses such as biochemistry, cell/molecular biology, genetics, microbiology, statistics, calculus, humanities, fine arts, and social science. Students who want to prepare themselves for admission to one of these professional programs should meet with a biology or chemistry advisor before planning their first-semester schedule.
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Lindenwood University has a dedicated staff of admissions professionals sensitive to each student’s particular circumstances and service needs.
The Lindenwood experience is what separates our graduates from the rest of the pack. It is what we call ‘real experience and real success’. Our goal is to open the door to a quality education and collaborate with high-achieving students who showcase success, not only in the classroom but far beyond.
With more than 90-degree options, hands-on learning experiences, and internships in every discipline -- The Lindenwood team stands ready to help you explore what the buzz is all about!
In addition to our Mane Event held each April for admitted students, the university has assembled an additional webpage so that admitted students can find key resources and info before classes begin.
Undergraduate Day Admissions has the responsibility of serving the needs of traditional college-bound students who are either coming directly from high school or are recent high school graduates transferring from another institution.
Our transfer admissions team is committed to supporting your transition to Lindenwood by helping you discover the best educational format and by accepting course credit from many universities across the country.
Hybrid Evening Admissions
Hybrid Evening programs make it possible for you to finish your degree without taking time away from your family, work, or hobbies.
The Office of Graduate Admissions provides services for working adults wishing to return to school in our traditional, online, or accelerated degree programs.
Online Admissions now gives you the opportunity to experience a Lindenwood quality education through the convenience and flexibility of online courses.
Office of International Admissions and Scholars
The Office of International Admissions and Scholars remains committed to providing a culturally diverse learning environment for students from countries throughout the world.
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Scholarships and Funding
Lindenwood offers a wide range of scholarships to support student success. 88% of Lindenwood undergraduates receive scholarships. Source: The National Center for Educational Statistics.