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Resources for Postbaccalaureate Programs

Postbaccalaureate programs are typically 1-2 year programs or a series of courses that help students who have just graduated with their bachelors, prepare for graduate or professional school application. There are many types of postbac programs in many different areas of interest. Below is a document created by Alice Bradley, the MARC U-STAR Program Coordinator, to help guide students through the process of preparing and applying to postbac programs in the biomedical setting. It includes information about how to get started and what to consider as one goes through the process. Click the link below for more information.

Applying to a Postbac Program 2015


Below is an opportunity that is available. We will continue to update information as it becomes available to us.

1. Joint Post-Baccalaureate Program (JPP) in the areas of Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. This program includes:
· One year or two year program with the option of pursuing the Masters, including one summer
· Full academic year stipend, (10 months each academic year) full tuition waiver, full summer stipend and $2000 travel fund
· Advanced key undergraduate or graduate classes in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics or Earth and Planetary Sciences
· Participation in independent research
· Mentoring by faculty, near-peers and other program advisors
· Preparation for graduate school application
· GRE preparation
· Professional and career development activities
· Social and collegial activities Please go here to learn more about JPP and Washington University in St. Louis:

Please visit the sites below for more information.




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