Human Medicine Program at Our Lady of the Lake College is designed to
prepare students for: 1) further training in human medicine,
including osteopathy, dentistry and in veterinary medicine, 2) graduate
education and training, particularly in anatomy, physiology, cell
biology, histology, microbiology and chemistry and 3) careers in
private, public and community college instruction.
program of study requires approximately four years to complete,
resulting in a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Medicine.
Human Medicine Program is a four-year program consisting of130 credit
hours. In addition to intensive studies in biology, chemistry and
physics, the program also includes math, language and computer science
requirements. During their education students work side-by-side
with physicians during their studies.
applicants should meet the following minimum requirements for admission
to the Human Medicine program:
general academic requirements for acceptance as Our Lady of the Lake
apply for admission to the program prior to completing the final (sixty)
credit hours required for the degree.
develop a degree plan with a faculty advisor. Plan must be
approved by the Dean of Arts and Sciences.
admission to any arts and sciences bachelorís program, must meet with
the program advisor every semester prior to pre-registering for the next
may enter the Human Medicine Program at the beginning of any semester.
Both entering freshmen and transfer students may enroll on either a
part-time or full-time basis. Call (225) 768-1700 for application
Lady of the Lake College welcomes applications from all qualified
individuals. All transcripts are reviewed on an individual basis,
according to College policy, in order to determine eligibility and
placement in the program. Equal educational opportunities are
offered to all who meet entrance requirements, without regard to race,
gender, ethnicity, creed, marital status or age.
Our Lady of the Lake College
Financial Aid Office is available to all applicants to discuss
eligibility for financial assistance. Please call (225) 768-1714
are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) form. Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center also
offers tuition reimbursement to qualifying employees.
more information about the Human Medicine Program email Dr. Walter
or to request an application packet, please call (225) 768-1700 or
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