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girlStony Brook University offers an integrated eight-year program for students interested in attending medical school following their undergraduate degree. The Scholars for Medicine (SFM) track offers selected students in the Honors College and WISE an opportunity to complete a combined Bachelor’s/MD course of study while participating in pre-medical classes and activities. The Engineering Scholars for Medicine (ESFM) track offers selected students in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences an opportunity to complete the rigorous training required of all engineers in ABET accredited programs while participating in pre-medical classes and activities. Students accepted into either of these tracks are reserved a seat in Stony Brook University’s School of Medicine upon graduation provided they complete all applicable program requirements.

Scholars for Medicine track requirements within the Honors College and WISE:

  • Complete the Honors College or WISE program of study.
  • Complete all required pre-medical courses.
  • Maintain a minimum 3.2 science GPA & 3.4 cumulative GPA (3.2 cumulative GPA for students pursuing a BE in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences).
  • Successfully complete the MCAT with a score at or above the national average for that test year (no less than 8 on any section).

Engineering Scholars for Medicine track requirements:

  • Complete their BE degree requirements in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
  • Complete all required pre-medical courses.
  • Maintain a minimum 3.2 science and cumulative GPA.
  • Successfully complete the MCAT with a score at or above the national average for that test year (no less than 8 on any section).

Applicants to all Scholars for Medicine tracks are notified in March whether they have been recommended for review by the School of Medicine Admissions Committee.  If recommended for review, applicants are then notified within a couple of weeks as to whether they will be offered an interview. Final decisions are typically made prior to April 1.

Minimum Requirements for Consideration: GPA of 95 (or 3.8), and a combined SAT Math and Critical Reading score of 1350 or higher (the ACT will not be used as a substitute for the SAT). Candidates must also have documentation of U.S. citizenship or permanent residency in the United States.

Note: Students may ONLY apply for ONE of the following programs: Scholars for Medicine, Engineering Scholars for Medicine, or Scholars for Dental Medicine.

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