Your journey to medical school starts at WSU
Students must have a bachelor’s degree or higher to be considered for admission to Ross. You can satisfy all prerequisite courses at WSU. Your coursework should include:
- Inorganic or General Chemistry: 2 semesters (8 semester hours) with laboratories
- Organic Chemistry: 2 semesters (8 semester hours) with laboratories
- General Biology or Zoology: 2 semesters of biology or zoology with laboratories
- Physics: 2 semesters (8 semester hours) with laboratories
- Mathematics: 1 semester of college-level mathematics (3 semester hours), preferably calculus or statistics
- English: 2 semesters (6 semester hours)
Special benefits for WSU international grads
Ross University School of Medicine admission requirements
To be eligible for admission, upon completion of your coursework at WSU you must have
- An overall GPA or equivalency of 2.8 or higher
- A cumulative GPA of 2.6 or higher in all courses designated as prerequisites for admission
- No grade below C or equivalent in any prerequisite course designated by RUSM
- All prerequisite coursework must have been completed within 10 years of the date of student application to RUSM (prerequisite course substitutions and/or exceptions may be granted at the sole discretion of the RUSM Faculty Admissions Committee)
- A cumulative score of 490 or higher on the MCAT exam and minimum section scores of
- 123 or greater for Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems;
- 122 or greater for Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems;
- 120 or greater for Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills; and
- 120 or greater for Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior
- 2 letters of recommendation
- Other minimum admissions requirements required of Ross University’s students as set forth at
Under extraordinary circumstances, Ross University, in its sole discretion, may consider student applicants whose qualifications fall below the threshold qualifications set here.
With a bachelor’s degree program that qualifies you for admission to Ross University School of Medicine with flexible study plans and start dates throughout the year, we will help you find the track that best suits your interest in pursuing a medical degree. Where you begin will depend on your grades and English level. But no matter what your starting point is, we offer several routes that get you to graduation day so that where you end up is where you want to be, graduating with a degree from WSU and admission to medical school.
If you meet the academic and English language requirements for your degree program, you can apply directly to WSU.
Applying to WSU
To apply, you will need:
- A completed application
- Official transcripts (high school or college, if you are a transfer student)
- Proof of English language proficiency
- Copy of your passport identification page or national identity card
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For qualifying WSU alumni
Are you interested in pursuing a medical degree?
If you graduated from WSU in the last 5 years and are not a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or Washington state citizen, and satisfy Ross University’s admission requirements, you may be eligible for this program. Learn more!