Attend our Biology Post-Baccalaureate Virtual Info Session on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Click here(opens in a new tab) to register!
The Biology Post-Baccalaureate at MMC is flexible and customized by design to meet your individual needs. Questions? Take a look through some FAQs below!
Neither. MMC’s Biology Post-Bac program is a non-degree program offering undergraduate courses only.
No, all majors are welcome.
While there is no financial support for post-baccalaureates, our cost per credit is the lowest of comparable programs. If financial assistance is needed, look for private bank loans that support non-degree students.
No, we have rolling admissions, and you can apply anytime. Our semester start dates can be found here.
Please send transcripts (unofficial are accepted) to Emma Kamen.
No. Students are evaluated based on their entire undergraduate record and are provided a customized academic plan to help them achieve their goals.
All of our laboratory courses are offered Monday through Friday between 8 AM and 5 PM. However, some of our lecture-only courses may be available in the evening and/or during summer sessions. There are no weekend classes.
Students can take advantage of personalized advice from our Pre-Health Advisor, Eugene Rubin, throughout their time at MMC. Mr. Rubin provides students with advice about the timing of their applications, consultation on writing a personal statement, guidance on selection of schools, and interview preparation. Students who complete and excel in at least 18 course credits in the MMC Biology Post-Bac program are eligible for evaluation by our Pre-Health Committee with a potential committee letter. Please note that a minimum score on the MCAT (or other standardized exams) is required to receive a committee letter. Specifics can be obtained from the Pre-Health Advisor.
Students who complete and excel in at least 18 course credits in the MMC Biology Post-Bac program may be eligible to receive either a committee letter or letters written by individual faculty members at their discretion. Please note that a minimum score on the MCAT (or other standardized exams) is required to receive a committee letter. Specifics can be obtained from the Pre-Health Advisor.