The Pre Medical program is designed for highly motivated high school students who have decided to pursue a medical career, and others who do not have the necessary pre-requisite courses to be qualified for the M.D. program. The program college level science and other required courses that enables the student to accelerate his/her career plans by offering all medical pre-requisite courses in a span of three semesters in 18 months.
Students with undergraduate degrees can also take individual courses in this program to complete their basic requirements or improve their grades to qualify for the MD program.
Emphasis is given to those topics within each discipline which are of primary significance to a medical education. The key objectives of the Pre Medical studies is to:
Clinical rotations can be pursued in affiliated hospitals in Guyana/USA/Philippines.
Students who complete CAPE Unit I or Unit II exams with grades of I to III are eligible for a maximum of 30 credits transfer, will get the advanced standing to Pre-med II and can complete the Pre-med-MD program in 5 years.
|English – I
|Introduction to Anatomy
|Introduction to Physiology
|Statistics & data analysis
|Introduction to Biochemistry
|Spanish Medical Terminology
|GRAND TOTAL CREDITS (PM 1 + PM 2 + PM 3)
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Students to Texila American University (TAU) for Pre medical degree are selected on the basis of their academic, personal, and extracurricular abilities. Additionally, students must have the intellectual, physical, and emotional capacities to meet the requirements of a successful medical career.
TAU intends for its students to become competent and compassionate Doctors who are capable of meeting all requirements for medical responsibilities. TAU is committed to educating and training future leaders in medicine.
“I am a medical student at Texila and I like the University very much because the faculties are very good and well qualified. In short, Texila is the best with its quality of education.“
Ms. Abirami Saravanan,
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)