|Degree:||Not Applicable; University Transfer
|Field of Study:||Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies
|Description:||During your first year of pre-medicine studies at Parkland College you will take a wide range of classes in a number of different subject areas called the core requirements or distribution requirements. They allow you to try out different types of classes and help you to get a broader understanding of learning at the university level. Note that Psychology and Sociology are recommended classes for Social Sciences. The University of Saskatchewan offers a four-year program in Medicine, leading to a Doctor of Medicine degree. Prior to admission to the College of Medicine, applicants must complete a minimum of a four-year degree and take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).
Applicants wishing to enter the College of Medicine can take their first year or more of pre-medicine studies at Parkland College. You can take any degree of interest to you and write an MCAT test. Students who wish to apply to the College of Medicine should have marks in the mid-to-high 80s in university and a wide variety of volunteer experiences to be competitive for entry into the College of Medicine.