Pre-Med Programs

In order to recruit and retain the best and brightest to the practice of medicine, the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine offers a number of programs designed to help students achieve their career aspirations in the health professions.

Programs are available for K-12, college, and post-baccalaureate students. Check out our programs and see how we can help you achieve your dreams.

Program for Undergraduate Students

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BS/MD Accelerated Pathway

Our new program, launching in Fall 2023, provides qualified high school applicants to FIU an opportunity to earn their bachelor’s and medical degrees in seven years.

Learn more about the BS/MD Accelerated Pathway

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Doctors of Tomorrow

Our 6-day residential academic premedical summer enrichment program for undergraduate students helps disadvantaged and underrepresented applicants gain entrance to medical school.

Learn more about Doctors of Tomorrow

Programs for K-12 Students

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STEM Saturdays

STEM Saturday is an educational pipeline program for K-12 students that aims to encourage the love of science in children from local communities by doing science-based, interactive activities.

Learn more about STEM Saturdays

Junior Doctors of Tomorrow

Our JDOT program is a week-long summer enrichment program designed to provide high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds with an opportunity to explore a career in health care.

Learn more about Junior Doctors of Tomorrow

Programs for Post-Baccalaureate Students

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Pathway to MD Degree

The Graduate Certificate in Molecular and Biomedical Sciences reinforces basic science concepts, provides academic enhancement and professional development to applicants aiming for health-related professional degree programs and is fundamental for a better understanding of clinical sciences.

Learn more about the graduate certificate