Hello all, I am currently enlisted in the U.S. Navy as a Radiology Technologist in Virginia, and near completion of a Bachelor's in Health Science from Kaplan University, an accredited school, but all online to due to fluctuating work schedule. Given this, I have few to no classes needed as a pre-med. Upon finishing my enlistment, I intend to return to Oklahoma and complete the pre-requisites required to apply to medical school at OU or Northeastern State University, or really any respectable college within a few hundred miles. Would my degree make me competitive for these programs if I also have experience healthcare as a technologist, research as an IRB member, and LOR's from respected members of the medical community along with shadowing physicians in different fields? All of this given, and perhaps this is a better question for med school Adcom's, but if I do complete a rigorous course load at a competitive level and score well on the MCAT, do you have any idea if I'd be an eligible candidate at any med school given my Undergraduate degree being from Kaplan? Should I just begin a new undergrad degree instead? Thanks in advance.