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College of Arts and Sciences

Health Career Course Sequences

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Subject

Cornell Courses

Biology

Option 1

BioG 1500 Investigative Biology Laboratory and

BioMG 1350 Introductory Biology: Cell and Developmental Biology and

BioG 1440 or 1445: Introductory Biology: Comparative Physiology (*1445 is a personalized instruction format alternative)

Option 2

BioG 1107 Introductory Biology I: From Atom to Cell (summer) and BioG 1108 Introductory Biology II: From Cell to Biosphere (summer) and BioG 1500 Investigative Biology Laboratory

Option 3 (No longer offered - ended Spring 2013) BioG 1105 & 1106 Introductory Biology, Individualized Instruction

Biochemistry

One of the following:

  1. BioMG 3310 Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins and Metabolism and

BioMG 3320 Principles of Biochemistry: Molecular Biology

  1. BioMG 3300 Biochemistry, Individualized Instruction
  2. BioMG 3350 Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins, Metabolism, and Molecular Biology
  3. NS 3200 Introduction to Human Biochemistry
  4. BioMG 3330 Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins, Metabolism, and Molecular Biology (summer)

Biology, Not Required

Genetics:

BioMG 2800 Genetics Lecture

BioMG 2801 Genetics Lab (starts Spring 2013)

BioMG 2810 Genetics Lecture & Lab (last time offered Fall 2012) BioEE 1610 Introductory Biology: Ecology and the Environment BioEE 1780 Evolutionary Biology and Diversity

BioMI 2900 General Microbiology

NS 3410 Human Anatomy and Physiology (lecture) and NS 3420 (laboratory)

 

General Chemistry

Chem 2070 & 2080 General Chemistry (laboratory included) or

Chem 2150, (see Premedical Advisor regarding this option) and is an accelerated one-semester course leading directly to Organic Chemistry or

Chem 2090 (for Engineering College students only) & 2080

Organic

Chemistry

Chem 3570 & 3580 (lecture sequence) & 2510 (laboratory) or

Chem 3590 & 3600 (advanced lecture sequence) & 2510 (laboratory)

English

The First-Year Writing Seminar sequence usually satisfies this. For the rare

exceptions, see the Medical School Admissions Requirements Guide (MSAR).

Math

One semester each of calculus and statistics

General Physics

PHYS 1101 & 1102, Individualized Instruction, not calculus-based, or

PHYS 2207 & 2208, calculus-based, or

PHYS 1112 & 2208, calculus-based, or

PHYS 1112 & 2213 & 2214 for Engineering College students

Crossovers between 1101/2208 and 2207/1102 are acceptable; consult Physics website or Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUS).

Social Science

One semester of a social science course, preferably Psychology or Sociology.

Consult with a premedical advisor to find a relevant course.