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(EAP) Early Admissions Program for High School Juniors
The Early Admissions Program allows academically talented, highly motivated and mature high school juniors to take their senior year of high school and their freshman year of college concurrently. Eligible students may meet high school graduation requirements during their freshman year at Temple. The high school diploma is awarded at the end of the freshman year.
William Nathan, Director
The TempleMed Scholars Program provides an opportunity for outstanding students to gain conditional admission to the Temple University School of Medicine at the same time they are accepted into one of Temple's undergraduate colleges. As TempleMed Scholars, students will spend their undergraduate years in Temple's Honors Program, after which they will enroll in the Temple University School of Medicine, leading to a degree of Doctor of Medicine.
TempleMed Scholars Program offers:
In the eight year enriched option a student receives a bachelor's degree in the first four years and enters medical school to receive a medical degree in four years.
In a seven year accelerated program a student begins medical school after three years of undergraduate work and at the end of seven years receives a medical degree.
Prospective students who have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.2 and at least 9 on each of the numerically graded portions of the Medical College Admissions Test may apply for admission in the fall of their senior year of high school by completing a general college admissions form and a separate TempleMed Scholars application. For more details, contact the Director.
William Nathan, Director
Marquette L. Cannon-Babb, Pharm.D., Assistant Dean
School of Pharmacy, HSC Campus
This program admits approximately ten exceptional students a year granting them provisional acceptance into the six-year Temple Doctor of Pharmacy program. More information is available in the School of Pharmacy Special Programs section of the Bulletin.
Prospective students may apply for admission in the fall of their senior year of high school by completing a general college admissions form and a separate TempleRx Scholars application. For more details, contact the William Nathan, Director or Marquette Cannon-Babb, Assistant Dean of the School of Pharmacy.
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