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- 8/26/2018 - Army reservist among 174 of 2,437 UAMS applicants to make the first cut
- 5/16/2018 - Christian Recording Artist Pursues Career as Military Doctor
- 3/09/2018 - JBLM medic sets sights on becoming doctor; Selected for esteemed EMDP2 opportunity
- 7/16/2018 - EMDP2 Sailor and Doctor
- 3/26/2018 - Air Force Releases 2018 Enlisted to Medical Degree Prep Selections
- 5/02/2018 - 'America's Medical School' Announces 2018 Enlisted-To-Physician Program Selectees
- 8/21/2017 - Enlisted-To-Physician Program Enters Fifth Year
- 9/15/2016 - Navy Medicine Accepting Applicants for 2017 Enlisted to Medical Program
- 6/23/2016 - First EMDP2 Class Ready for Medical School
- 5/09/2016 - Five Enlisted Airmen to Begin Medical School as AF Officers
- 3/10/2016 - Former Air Force ATC Accepted to USU Medical School
- 12/10/2015 - Program Offers Enlisted Soldiers The Opportunity to Become Doctors
- 4/22/2015 - Student in Inaugural Enlisted-to-Physician Program Fascinated by the Brain, Motivated by Country
- 1/02/2015 - Art Kellermann, Dean, F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine
- 12/17/2014 - Enlisted Soldiers have Pathway to becoming Army Physicians
- 10/06/2014 - GMU Turns Soldiers Into Doctors
- 9/04/2014 - USU Helps Warfighters Become Doctors
- 4/08/2014 - Air Force selects 5 enlisted Airmen for medical prep school
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EMDP2 Application Procedures
EMDP2 Eligibility Criteria
This program is open to active duty enlisted service members.
This program is designed to immerse service members in a two-year comprehensive curriculum that includes academic coursework, MCAT preparation, clinical exposure, and mentoring. The EMDP2 Program does not offer a separate MCAT preparation track.
This program is intentionally structured to offer the greatest impact on a student's medical school competitiveness. If you have successfully completed the premedical prerequisite courses in a traditional classroom setting with a grade of B or higher at a U.S. college or university, you will be offered the opportunity to enroll in more advanced science classes. You must enroll for the full two years.
This is not a degree completion program. You must have obtained a baccalaureate degree from an accredited U.S. college or university to enroll in the EMDP2 Program.
No, this program is not limited to any specific military occupational specialty.
No, you may apply with any undergraduate major.
The age limits for this program will be determined by the services.
EMDP2 Program Information
Participants in this program will be eligible for and encouraged to apply to the Health Professions Scholarship Program.
Participants in the EMDP2 Program will be required to apply to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and encouraged to apply to civilian medical schools.
Participation in this program constitutes a PCS to the Washington, DC area. Family member travel will be authorized.
If accepted into this program, you will remain on active duty. You will be assigned to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and will continue to receive active duty pay and benefits. You will not be commissioned while enrolled in this program.
A service member who does not complete the program will return to his/her respective service for re-assignment based on the needs of the service.
The Services (Army, Navy, Air Force) will determine the incurred commitment and will publish this information in their program announcements.
Classes will be held at George Mason University – Prince William Campus, Manassas, Virginia.
No, completion of this program does not guarantee acceptance to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
Yes, relocation expenses will be paid by your service.
The program is expected to continue and to accept candidates in future years.