12 Med Schools That Often Admit Liberal Arts Majors

“A common misconception about becoming a doctor is the idea that you must major in science during college to qualify for medical school. However, experts say that as long as aspiring physicians fulfill all of the medical school admissions requirements at every school where they apply, their college major does not matter. Nevertheless, premed students with liberal arts majors may worry about whether they will fit in at their dream schools when the majority of students at top med schools earned their bachelor’s degrees in a hard science discipline such as biology or physics. Here are the 12 institutions in the U.S. News Best Medical Schools rankings where humanities and social sciences majors were best represented among incoming students in fall 2019.” …


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