American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine created a streamlined list to make the admissions process simpler. Find out what we require to complete your application.
AUA requires a minimum of 90 credit hours of college courses and strongly recommends that applicants earn a degree from an accredited undergraduate institution. The following courses are prerequisites:
|Course||Credits – Course||Credits – Lab|
|General Biology I||3||1|
|General Biology II||3||1|
|General Chemistry I||3||1|
|General Chemistry II||3||1|
|Organic Chemistry I||3||1|
|Organic Chemistry II||3||1|
|Mathematics (Calculus OR Statistics)||3||–|
To supplement the courses above, it is recommended that applicants complete advanced science courses in biochemistry, anatomy and physiology, genetics, or microbiology.
Currently, AUA does not accept IB/AP credits for students unless those credits are part of a student’s BS/BA transcript and the student received a BS/BA.
An Associate Director of Admissions (ADA) is available to discuss the application process and can give a preliminary evaluation of an applicant’s credentials.