The University of Central Florida (UCF) use to have a BS/MD program with the University of South Florida that they discontinued after they started their own medical school a few years ago. Now UCF has started a new BS/MD program with their own medical school.
The program is known as the Burnett Medical Scholars Program and is a part of the honors college at UCF. Students first need to apply to the honors college at UCF and then request a form to be considered for the BS/MD program. There are recommendation letters from faculty required at the end of sophomore year in college and an interview at the medical school is required at the beginning of junior year in college. In that respect it looks like an early assurance program rather than a true BS/MD program.
To be eligible for the program students need a minimum unweighted high school GPA of 3.7 and an SAT score of 1,400 on the critical reading and math sections with no sub section score of less than 650. A minimum 32 on the ACT is also acceptable.
To advance to the medical school students must have a 3.75 GPA and at least a 32 on the MCAT with no subscore below 9. These are fairly high requirements particularly for a new program so students need to consider that seriously when deciding whether to apply.
This program is open to US citizens from any state.