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About the Sequence

Sequence #3 is designed for students who did not take or dropped out of General Chemistry in their first year but still wish to apply between their junior and senior years.

Year 1

FALL

  • BIOL 150: Ecology and Evolution or NEUR 101: Introduction to Neuroscience
  • PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology or SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology 
  • DSEM: Drew Seminar

SPRING

  • BIOL 160: Diversity of Life
  • PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology or SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology or STAT 207: Introductory Statistics

SUMMER

  • CHEM 150: Principles of Chemistry I or CHEM 151
  • CHEM 160: Principles of Chemistry II or CHEM 161
Year 2

FALL

  • BIOL 250: Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • CHEM 250: Organic Chemistry I
  • PHIL/REL 305: Bio-Medical Ethics (recommended)
  • PSYC 101 or SOC 101 or STAT 207

SPRING

  • CHEM 350: Organic Chemistry II
  • BIOL 252: Microbiology (recommended)
  • PSYC 101 or SOC 101 or STAT 207
Year 3

FALL

  • BIOL 256: Anatomy & Physiology I (recommended)
  • CHEM 360: Foundations in Biochemistry
  • MATH 150: Calculus I (if taking PHYS 150)
  • PHYS 111: Intro to Physics I or PHYS 150: University Physics I

SPRING

  • BIOL 258: Anatomy & Physiology II (recommended)
  • MATH 151: Calculus II (if taking PHYS 160)
  • PHYS 111: Intro to Physics I or PHYS 150: University Physics I

NOTES

  • To be successful on the MCAT, PSYC 101, SOC 101, and STAT 207 all need to be completed by the end of the third/junior year.
  • STAT 207 may not be necessary for those majoring in heavily quantitative areas such as Chemistry, Mathematics, and/or Physics.
  • BIOL 252, BIOL 256, and BIOL 258 are recommended, but not required for the MCAT. BIOL 250 is a prerequisite for these courses.
Year 4

FALL/SPRING

  • Second English Requirement
  • Other higher level coursework and/or research experience