Directed Pre-Health Post-Bacc Studies
Certificate in Biomedical Sciences (CBioMed)
The Certificate in Biomedical Sciences program application deadline has now passed. Please check back in September for more information for entry semesters Summer and Fall 2023.
The Certificate in Biomedical Sciences (CBioMed) program accepts approximately 30 students per academic year. The program is designed to provide intensive preparation for students intending to apply for admission to dental, medical or podiatry schools.
- Create a new four-year college/university admissions application
- Institution: University of Texas at Dallas – (Richardson)
- Application Type: US Transfer
- Semester: Fall 2022
- First Choice School: School of Natural Science & Mathematics
- First Choice Major: Undergraduate Certificate in Biomedical Sciences
Once a prospective student has applied to UT Dallas, s/he must complete the certificate program supplemental application. While MCAT and/or DAT scores are not required for admission to the program, please make note of previous test scores in the supplemental application if available. Letters of recommendation are not required.
Forward all official transcripts to:
The University of Texas at Dallas
Admission and Enrollment
800 W. Campbell Rd.
Richardson, TX 75080
Instructions for sending electronic transcripts can be found here.
Please direct any questions regarding the CBioMed program to Shirley Anderson.
Frequently Asked Questions
What information do you need to complete my application?
We require the completion of your ApplyTexas application and supplemental application. The admissions office will also require documents including your transcripts from every college and university you have attended. Please review their requirements here.
I have questions regarding the ApplyTexas application, who do I ask?
Please refer all ApplyTexas-related questions to the admissions office.
Where do I send my official transcripts to?
Transcripts should not be sent to the HPAC office. Please send all transcripts to the admissions office.
I’ve taken the MCAT/GRE/DAT, etc. Should I forward my scores to you?
We do not require standardized test scores as part of the review process, see last section of the supplemental application for more information on what to share.
I will not complete my bachelor’s degree until after the Summer 2021 term. Can I still apply for your program to begin in the fall?
Yes, however, you may be refrained from registering for courses until after your final transcript has been received.
Are letters of recommendation required?
They are not. Please do not request to have any letters of recommendation sent to the program.
When will I hear back regarding my application status?
You will receive an confirmation of receipt of your supplemental application in Qualtrics after submitting. In addition, please allow 4-6 weeks after receipt of all required documents for a decision on your application.
Second Degree in Biological Sciences
Students requiring significant coursework in the sciences, particularly in biological sciences, may want to explore applying for second degree status. More information about bachelor’s degrees in biology can found at http://www.utdallas.edu/academics/
This option could serve those who have an undergraduate degree and desire only a few classes to complete requisites prior to applying for entry to a health professions program. Non-degree prospective students should apply for admission to UT Dallas. Accepted students register for a class(es) with advisors in the UT Dallas school housing that class(es). For example, if a student would like to register for Genetics, he or she would see an advisor in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Non-degree students seeking to take undergraduate classes to meet requisites for health professions schools should register as Non-Degree Undergraduate. Not all classes may be available, and non-degree students register after degree seeking students.
Non-degree students are welcome to consult an advisor in the Health Professions Advising Center (HPAC) to talk about their plans to apply to health professions schools.