Hi, I searched and searched the threads for topics on this but didn't quite find what I was looking for... I attend a private for-profit vocational college that offers Associate of Applied Science up to Master's Degrees in varying fields, mostly health care related with Business and Computer Science in the mix. I am majoring there in Health Care Administration. This is a year round accelerated school (I know accelerated doesn't exactly mean better). I will have completed my BA in about 2.5 years on schedule (less than a year left). I want to take my science/math pre-reqs at the local community college (they are not offered at my vocational school). It costs less than a four year school and they offer evening and many online lecture classes. The 4 year state school nearby does not have evening classes or many online lectures to pick from. (I will probably be working during the days so this is important). Assume by the time I finish all my classes I will have above average ECs and MCAT scores. Right now I have a 3.75 GPA. I don't think I will have a problem with the science courses because they interest me immensely. (My dumb accounting classes bore me and dropped my GPA unfortunately, dumb tax laws lol). Is it possible to get into med school with a degree from a private vocational school? It's regionally accredited by some agency but I don't know if that means anything. My credits won't transfer to another undergrad instituion. Has anyone done this? I have reasons for why I ended up going there. Mostly because I didn't think I could get back into the swing of college, so I enrolled in their medical assisting program. But I was doing so well I switched into the bachelors program which had most of the same classes plus a year and a half more. Now I have self confidence and motivation and have proved to myself that I can achieve the goals I set for myself. I want to follow through with that dream of becoming a doctor. What do you think? I'm still young, only 23, but also married. If I accomplished this and was admitted I'd be starting school at about age 26 which is an additional reason as to why I posted in the non-traditional student forum.