The curriculum of the American University School of Medicine Aruba Pre-Med is highly integrative and clinical-based. We help students learn the art and science of medicine at one of the best medical school in the Caribbean Islands using a hands-on approach.
Our program is designed to prepare you to become a knowledgeable, skillful, compassionate and dutiful physician.
Our AUSOMA experience provides six traditional college semesters packed into four accelerated semesters of pre-medical studies. This accelerated pre-med curriculum guides you through Caribbean medical school requirements, helping you fulfill your dreams of becoming a doctor.
The requirements for AUSOMA’s pre-med courses include an approximate high school GPA of 3.25 or better. Approximate SAT score of 1200 or ACT score of 25. Two letters of recommendation and copy of resume.
Therefore, we strive to accept the best applicants. It is of the utmost importance that prospective students prepare themselves to be competitive. Every reputable medical school has prerequisites and specific requirements for acceptance into pre-med programs. We encourage applicants to conduct thorough research when choosing the medical program they wish to join, and to ensure that their prerequisites are completed before submitting an application.
Once you’ve decided to submit an application to the pre-med program at AUSOMA, your main focus will be preparing yourself to be accepted. Medical schools are highly competitive and only accept the best students. In this section we’ll discuss all key factors you will need to gain acceptance into medical school.
Pre-Med Courses & Curriculum
As an Aruba pre-med school, we offer our students the courses you need to meet the basic requirements for medical schools.
Below is the American University School of Medicine Aruba Pre-Med Curriculum:
- PM 1108 General Biology
- PM 1304 Pre-calculus Math
- PM 1208 General Chemistry
- PM 1403 English
- PM 2108 Basic Anatomy and Physiology
- PM 2308 Physics
- PM 2208 Organic Chemistry
- PM 3107 Introduction to Histology
- PM 3306 Introduction to Biochemistry
- PM 3502 Psychosocial Aspects of Health Care
- PM 3204 Behavioral Sciences
- PM 3404 Biostatistics
- PM 4108 Introduction to Anatomy
- PM 4302 Economics of Health Sciences
- PM 4602 Medical Terminology
- PM 4208 Introduction to Physiology
- PM 4502 Introduction to Physical Diagnosis