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  Oct 17, 2017
 
2017-2018 College Catalog

Health Studies and Sciences Division


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Early Acceptance Program with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

Coordinator: Dr. Merrilee Anderson

“3+ or 4+” Early Acceptance Program in LECOM’s School of Pharmacy - Doctor of Pharmacy Degree

Under a joint agreement between the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and Mount Aloysius College, undergraduate students who have successfully completed specific core course requirements at Mount Aloysius College may continue their education in medicine at LECOM in this program of study. The program is comprised of two phases: phase I consists of the first three or four years of undergraduate education at Mount Aloysius College; Phase II consists of the remaining three years of pharmacy school education at LECOM’s Erie Campus or four years at the Bradenton, Florida campus.

Mount Aloysius College will confer a Bachelor of Science: Biology degree to students in the 4+4 option and a Bachelor of Science: Professional Studies - Health Studies degree to students in the 3+4 option, upon successful completion of the first year of LECOM’s academic curriculum.

Students will be admitted to the Mount Aloysius Phase (Phase I) of the program based upon the following criteria:

  • SAT/ACT Scores: SAT ≥1170 on the 2005 SAT or 1240 on the 2016 SAT (Math + Verbal) or ACT score 26
  • High School GPA: 3.5 on a scale of 4.0

Students currently enrolled at Mount Aloysius College who do not meet the criteria listed above, but have completed at least one year of study at Mount Aloysius College and meet the science and overall GPA criteria listed below and all other Mount Aloysius College academic policies while pursuing his or her degree at the time of application to the program are eligible for enrollment.

  • Cumulative GPA of > 3..4*
  • Cumulative Science GPA of >3.4*
  • Provide Writing Sample
  • Background check (including drug and alcohol screening) as described by LECOM
  • Meet and agree to LECOM’s Health and Technical Standards
  • Taking of the PCAT is optional.

*As of February 1st of the year of matriculation or provide proof that these are achievable by the end of the spring term.

Note: For students enrolled in 3+ programs, courses from LECOM must be transferred back for the senior year equivalent.

“4+4 or 3+4” Early Acceptance Program in LECOM’s College of Medicine - Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Degree

Under a joint agreement between the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and Mount Aloysius College, undergraduate students who have successfully completed specific core course requirements at Mount Aloysius College may continue their education in medicine at LECOM in this program of study. The program is comprised of two phases: phase I consists of the first three or four years of undergraduate education at Mount Aloysius College; Phase II consists of the remaining four years of medical school education at LECOM’s Erie Campus or four years at the Bradenton, Florida campus.

Mount Aloysius College will confer a Bachelor of Science: Biology degree to students in the 4+4 option and a Bachelor of Science: Professional Studies - Health Studies degree to students in the 3+4 option, upon successful completion of the first year of LECOM’s academic curriculum.

Students will be admitted to the Mount Aloysius Phase (Phase I) of the program based upon the following criteria:

  • SAT/ACT Scores: SAT ≥1170 on the 2005 SAT or 1240 on the 2016 SAT (Math + Verbal) or ACT score 26;
  • High School GPA: 3.5 on a scale of 4.0;
  • Students currently enrolled at Mount Aloysius College who do not meet the criteria listed above, but have completed at least one year of study at Mount Aloysius College and meet the science and overall GPA criteria listed below and all other Mount Aloysius College academic policies while pursuing his or her degree at the time of application to the program are eligible for enrollment;
  • Cumulative GPA of > 3.4*;
  • Cumulative Science GPA of >3.2*;
  • MCAT (no lower than 7 in any category) of >25;
  • Background check (including drug and alcohol screening) as described by LECOM; and
  • Meet and agree to LECOM’s Health and Technical Standards.

*As of February 1st of the year of matriculation or provide proof that these are achievable by the end of the spring term

Note: For students enrolled in 3+ programs, courses from LECOM must be transferred back for the senior year equivalent.

“4+4” Early Acceptance Program in LECOM’s School of Dental Medicine - Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree

Under a joint agreement between the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and Mount Aloysius College, undergraduate students who have successfully completed specific core course requirements at Mount Aloysius College may continue their education in medicine at LECOM in this program of study. The program is comprised of two phases: phase I consists of the four years of undergraduate education at Mount Aloysius College; Phase II consists of the remaining four years of dental school education at LECOM.

Mount Aloysius College will confer a Bachelor of Science: Biology degree to students in this 4+4 program.

Students will be admitted to the Mount Aloysius Phase (Phase I) of the program based upon the following criteria:

  • SAT/ACT Scores: SAT ≥1170 on the 2005 SAT or 1240 on the 2016 SAT (Math + Verbal) or ACT score 26; and
  • High School GPA: 3.5 on a scale of 4.0.

Students currently enrolled at Mount Aloysius College who do not meet the criteria listed above, but have completed at least one year of study at Mount Aloysius College and meet the science and overall GPA criteria listed below and all other Mount Aloysius College academic policies while pursuing his or her degree at the time of application to the program are eligible for enrollment.

  • Cumulative GPA of > 3.4*
  • Cumulative Science GPA of >3.2*
  • DAT Typically >16
  • Shadowing (~100 hours) in a clinical dental setting is highly recommended
  • Background check (including drug and alcohol screening) as described by LECOM
  • Meet and agree to LECOM’s Health and Technical Standards
  • Taking of the PCAT is optional.

*As of February 1st of the year of matriculation or provide proof that these are achievable by the end of the spring term.

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