University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences offers online applications for their College of Health Professions, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, College of Public Health and Graduate School. The UAMS website lists the various requirements for admission into the various degree programs. For example, admission into the medical school requires a Medical College Admissions Test, whereas the nursing school does not. Most require current grade point average and letters of recommendation.
UAMS College of Medicine participates in the American Medical College Application Service. Applicants are required to use the Association of American Medical Colleges online web application. Pre-matriculation course requirements include one semester of genetic; two semesters of biology, physics, English, and social science; and three semesters of chemistry. Interviews are extended to highly qualified candidates.
Applying to the College of Nursing for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing requires 58 semester hours of required general education classes. Applicants must also pass the Assessment Technologies Institute Test of Essential Academic Skills. To apply on the website, an account can be created for free. From there, online forms are filled out and submitted.
The College of Pharmacy applications are processed through PharmCAS, the Pharmancy College Application Service. Pharmacy College Admissions Test scores, letters of reference and transcripts are all required to apply. After the electronic submission, an invitation to interview to continue in the admission process may be extended.