Applicants to the College of Medicine must complete the requirements for a baccalaureate degree by the end of the summer of the year they will enroll as first-year medical students. The degree can be held in any field of study but must include the following courses:
Biological and Physical Sciences Pre-requisites
Two courses of general biological sciences or equivalent with laboratory.
Two courses of general inorganic chemistry or equivalent with laboratory
Two courses of organic chemistry with an accompanying laboratory.
Note: One course of introductory biochemistry may substitute for the second organic chemistry.
Two courses of general physics with laboratory.
One course of advanced-level biology (must be at least a 200 level course).
Behavioral Sciences Pre-requisites
Candidates must complete three courses in the Behavioral/Social Sciences (for example: Psychology, Anthropology, Economics, Gender Studies or Sociology). Two of the three courses must be in the same field of study. Other behavioral or social science courses will be considered to fulfill this requirement. Applicants must provide documentation on the content of such courses to be given consideration.