Can you get into medical school without a college degree?

Most medical schools require a completed Bachelor’s degree, but not all schools do. Some schools only require completion of the pre-requisite courses, as listed previously, and at least 92 completed credits (you are a senior at that point).

Basically, no. In the U.S., having an undergraduate degree is more or less a solid requirement. … Medical school is extremely challenging and going to college for an undergraduate degree is a good test of character and discipline