Pre-Professional Health Minor
|BIO 1001||Introduction to Biology I||3|
|BIO 1002||Introduction to Biology II||3|
|BIO 1003||Introduction to Biology Laboroatory I||1|
|BIO 1004||Introduction to Biology Laboratory II||1|
|CHM 1001||General Chemistry I||3|
|CHM 1002||General Chemistry II||3|
|CHM 1003||General Chemistry Laboratory I||1|
|CHM 1004||General Chemistry Laboratory II||1|
|CHM 3025||Organic Chemistry I||3|
|CHM 3026||Organic Chemistry II||3|
|CHM 3027||Organic Chemistry Laboratory I||1|
|CHM 3028||Organic Chemistry Laboratory II||1|
|PHY 1001||General Physics I||3|
|PHY 1002||General Physics II||3|
|PHY 1003||General Physics Laboratory I||1|
|PHY 1004||General Physics Laboratory II||1|
|MTH 1021||Calculus I||4|
Total Credits 39
Note: Some health professional schools may have additional science and/or math requirements.
Over the years a number of students who have not majored in any of the sciences have established for themselves a career goal in one of the health professions (e.g., medicine, dentistry, veterinary science, etc.). Entrance into a health professional school does not require that students major in a science. The pre-professional health minor is designed for non-science majors who need a minor and/or the courses required to satisfy entrance requirements into health professional schools. It will also provide the minimum preparation needed in order to successfully take standardized entrance exams.
For questions regarding this minor and entrance requirements to health professional schools, contact Dr. Richard Wilkins at 631-244-3491 or visit him in his office in the Kramer Science Center on Dowling’s Rudolph Campus in Oakdale.