Medical Master's Program
The Eastern Virginia Medical School Master's of Biomedical Sciences degree (AKA Medical Master's Program) is a one or two year Special Master's Program designed to make students more competitive for allopathic and osteopathic medical schools, as well as dental schools. The majority of the curriculum is medical school coursework taken with first year MD students. The program has a 20 year track record of helping students matriculate into medical school and is an excellent way for students to spend their gap year.
The application deadline has been extended to June 30th for the 1-Year Program to accommodate applicants taking the May MCAT exams.
New for Fall 2016!
- Beginning with the Class of 2017, graduates who matriculate into the EVMS MD program will once again have the opportunity to Opt-Out of the first year medical school classes for those they received the equivalent of Honors. See our Frequently Asked Questions page for more details.
- Students in the Two-Year program have the option to take two additional MPH courses, at a discounted rate, to complete the Core Public Health Certificate in addition to their master's degree.
“This website reflects current program information, including admissions criteria and curricula. Information is subject to change.”