Course Requirement Checklist
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While it’s important to research and find out exactly what your specific school is looking for, many schools have a common set of courses that are required for entry. Despite what you may have been told, a science degree is not required for entry into many medical schools. In fact, choosing a major that will allow you to excel and maintain a great GPA is what is commonly recommended.
|Coursework requirement||Semester credit hours||TWU course/s that meet requirement||Date completed||Grade|
|Biology||12 lecture + 2 lab||
|General Chemistry||6 lecture + 2 lab||
|Organic Chemistry||6 lecture + 2 lab||
|Physics||6 lecture + 2 lab||
|English||6 lecture||Any two ENG courses|
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To be considered for admission to medical school, a total of 90 semester hours of undergraduate work in a fully-accredited college in the United States must be completed prior to enrollment. It is your responsibility to check each medical school’s website to ensure that your coursework will fulfill the required pre-requisites. Science courses for non-science majors are not applicable to departmental/major requirements.
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