The majority of the health professions schools expect the student to have earned a bachelor’s degree and to meet the following minimum course requirements:
|General Biology||2 Semesters|
|General Chemistry||2 Semesters|
|Organic Chemistry||2 Semesters|
|General Physics||2 Semesters|
In addition, students must complete an entrance test such as MCAT, GRE, DAT, or OAT.
A few health professions schools either require or strongly recommend that students take other courses in the following area of study: biochemistry, cell/molecular biology, genetics, statistics, calculus, humanities, and social science.
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