I'll be graduating with degrees in Microbiology (Arizona State University) and Community Health Education (Northern Arizona University) in the spring of 2009 and fall 2009 respectively. My overall GPA between the two schools is 3.68; however, my science GPA is a paltry 3.16, so I feel that I need to attend a post bac program. I realize that my MCAT score will say a lot about which post bac I attend (I plan to sit for the May 2009 exam) but thus far, I have looked at the University of Cincinnati, Georgetown, UNT Health Science Center, and Boston University. All of these programs are good but they are expensive, so I may need to think "outside of the box" as far as finishing a post bac program. I recently discovered a 100% online program at the University of South Florida (M.S. Medical Sciences) and was wondering if anyone has heard anything about the program. If so, what are the medical school admissions types saying about the program? Is this a viable way to gain entrance to medical school? The advantage of this program is that it would allow me to work (I'm a paramedic and just recently finished an LPN certificate) to pay for some of my cost of living expenses without having to take a lot of loans.