The pre-health professional programs are notacademic majors, and do notby themselves lead to a certificate, baccalaureate, or graduate degree. However, these programs may be included as part of a recognized academic major. Official requirements of all majors and programs are published in this Bulletin.
Academic majors with significant overlap with pre-health professional requirements include: biology, especially concentrations in cell and molecular biology or physiology; biochemistry and chemistry; and physics.
HPAC works with both undergraduate and graduate students, including those registered as second baccalaureates and post-baccalaureates (unclassified graduate students).
The office is located in Hensill Hall 548 and the telephone number is (415) 338-2410.
BIOL 230 Introductory Biology I (with
BIOL 240 Introductory Biology II (with
CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (with
CHEM 113 General Chemistry II 3
CHEM 114 General Chemistry II Laboratory 2
CHEM 333 Organic Chemistry I 3
CHEM 334 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory 2
CHEM 335 Organic Chemistry II 3
CHEM 336 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory 3
PHYS 111 General Physics I 3
PHYS 112 General Physics I Laboratory 1
PHYS 121 General Physics II 3
PHYS 122 General Physics II Laboratory 1
Total units 39Schools for veterinary medicine, pharmacy, optometry, podiatry, chiropractic, and physician assistants may have somewhat different requirements than those listed above. Applicants should consult the catalogue for the school(s) they are considering for accurate information on course requirements.
BIOL 328 Human Anatomy 3
BIOL 350 Cell Biology 3
BIOL 355 Genetics 3
BIOL 401 General Microbiology 3
BIOL 402 General Microbiology Laboratory 2
BIOL 430 Medical Microbiology 5
BIOL 612 Human Physiology 3
BIOL 613 Human Physiology Laboratory 2
BIOL 615 Molecular Pathophysiology 3
BIOL 620 Endocrinology 3
BIOL 621 Reproductive Physiology 3
BIOL 640 Neurosciences I and/or
BIOL 642 Neurosciences II 3-6
BIOL 699 Special Study in Biology or
BIOL 897 Research 1-3
CHEM 340 Biochemistry I or
CHEM 349 General Biochemistry 3
CHEM 338 Organic Chemistry II: Special
Projects Laboratory 3
MATH 124 Elementary Statistics 3
MATH 220 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 3
MATH 221 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 3
Health profession schools prefer that students take advanced courses because they are in area(s) of interest rather than as an attempt to duplicate material that will be covered in their curricula. There are other advanced science courses that might be considered in consultation with an adviser.
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