Pre-Professional Programs Medicine
Advisor: Dr. Fred T. Yeats
Application to medical schools can be made after satisfactory completion of a minimum of three years of undergraduate study (90-96 semester hours). However, the majority of students accepted for medical study have already earned a bachelor’s degree. Any area of concentration may be chosen as a major, provided the requisite foundation in natural science and mathematics has been obtained.
Required Courses (for admission to schools of medicine):
Chemistry 101-102. General Chemistry
Chemistry 209-210. Organic Chemistry
Biology 130. General Biology
Biology 212. Introduction to Animal Biology
Physics 211-212. General Physics
Physics 221-222. General Physics/Calculus
English 102. Composition
Mathematics 141. Pre-Calculus Algebra and Trigonometry
English (a literature course)
It is essential that each student planning to seek admission to a school of medicine be aware of the specific admission requirements for that particular medical school. Requirements vary. Full information is available in the annual publication of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Medical School Admission Requirements.
Please contact Dr. Fred T. Yeats via the Contact Us form.