Programs

All Saints University operates a collegiate system comprising three colleges; College of Medicine, College of Arts
and Science and College of Engineering.

College of Medicine
The University has already commenced the Doctor Medicine (MD) degree program which requires 4 or 5 years to complete,
depending on entry qualifications of applicants. 

4 - YEAR MD DEGREE PROGRAM
The 4 Year MD program is for students/applicants who have completed a Bachelor's Degree or the premedical requirements
which normally consist of:

  • - Biology - 90 semester hours
  • - Chemistry - 90 semester hours
  • - Physics - 90 semester hours
  • - Courses in Mathematics, Calculus, English and Liberal Arts

The 4-year MD degree program can be completed in 3 years and 4 months.

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THE 5 - YEAR MD DEGREE PROGRAM
The five year MD program is designed for high school or secondary school graduates.This program comprises the premedical
component of 4 semesters duration, the Basic Medical Science phase of five semesters duration and the Clinical Clerkship
Phase of 6 semesters (72 weeks) duration. The premedical components of the 5-year program are as spelt out above in
addition to introductory courses in Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry.

The 5-year MD degree program can be completed in 4 years and 8 months.

TRANSFER STUDENTS
Students from recognized medical schools may be admitted as transfer students upon evaluation of their credentials. The admissions committee of All Saints University of Medicine will review all candidates' applications before admission.

NON-DISCRIMINATORY POLICY
All Saints University College of Medicine grants admissions to qualified students regardless of color, age, race, nationality, religion, gender, sexuality, disability or marital status.

College of Technology and College of Arts and Sciences
Plans are in top gear to commence Bachelor degree programs in Life Sciences (Biochemistry, Bioinformatics,
Chemistry, Microbiology, Laboratory Medicine)  and in Technology (Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering etc) in the next few semesters.