Earn Science Credits for Medical School, Physician Assistant Programs and More
Our Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical program program near Albany, New York, will allow you to earn the science credits needed to apply to medical school or a similarly competitive graduate program.
Your course of study will be individualized — and a program advisor will work with you to ensure your coursework supports your career goals. This Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Med program is designed for:
- Students with a bachelor’s degree in an area other than the sciences
- Students who need to enhance their preparation and coursework or to repeat courses taken more than five years ago
More About Sage’s Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program
Small class sizes, especially in laboratory sciences, allow you to build relationships with faculty members who will support you every step of the way.
You will also have a pre-med advisor, who offers more specific guidance on:
- Preparing for the MCAT or GRE (required by physician assistant programs)
- Identifying research, work and volunteer opportunities that provide clinical and patient-contact hours
- Drafting application materials that will help you stand out.
Alumni say the Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical program at Sage helped set them up for success.
“At Sage I was able to design my semesters, and take the classes that would set me apart.”
After Gloria Singleton earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering in Boston, she decided to enroll in Russell Sage College’s Post …
When Katy Parsley was applying to Albany Med, there were 1,400 applicants for 42 seats. She got one of those seats. “That speaks volumes to the preparation [Russell Sage College] gives you,” she says.
Sometimes the course of someone’s life can change with a single conversation. Take the case of Katy Parsley. Katy was …
“I’m so glad I enrolled in the Sage program. It’s respected and I feel good about having it under my name.”
Like many students, when Jordan Roberts was attending college she didn’t have a clear picture of what she wanted to …
“As a non-science major returning to academia as an adult, everything about the Sage post-bacc experience seemed a natural fit: class size, instructor accessibility, advising, sense of community, course content and hands-on lab experiences.”