REQUIRED PROGRAM COURSES - 42 credits
Gross Human Anatomy (BIOL 201+L) Human Physiology (BIOL 202+L)
General Biology I (BIOL 150+L) General Biology II (BIOL 151+L)
General Microbiology (BIOL 235+L) Statistics for Behav & Soc Sci. (MATH 216)
General Chemistry I (CHEM 131+L) General Chemistry II (CHEM 132+L)
Science Literacy Capstone (BIOL 410)  
Nutrition I (ND 112) Dynamics of Speech (COMM 101)
SUGGESTED SCIENCE ELECTIVE COURSES - 20 credits
Introduction to Biotechnology (BIOL 281) (3 credits) Bioinformatics (BIOL 302) (3 credits)
Neuroscience (BIOL 305) (3 credits) Immunology (BIOL 332+L) (4 credits)
Mathematical Applications in Biology (MATH 170) Genetics (BIOL 446+L) (4 credits)
Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 221+L) (4 credits) Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 222+L) (4 credits)
General Physics I (PHYS 303+L) (4 credits) General Physics II (PHYS 304+L) (4 credits)
SUGGESTED OTHER ELECTIVE COURSES - 24 credits
Theory of Medical Nutrition Therapy I (ND 300) (3 credits) Nutrition II (ND 213) (3 credits)
Physiological Psychology (PSY 314) (3 credits) Health Psychology (PSY 319) (3 credits)
Computer appl. in Psych and Health Sci (PSY 330) (3 credits) Dying and Death in American Society (SOC 402) (3 credits)
Medical Sociology (SOC 350) (3 credits) Principles of Management (BUS 112) (3 credits)
PA Summer Courses: 310, 322, 370, 580*** PA Fall Courses: 311, 320A, 330, 341, 350, 371, 390***
LIBERAL ARTS COURSES - 40 credits
Living Responsibily in an Interdependent World (UNIV 100) (1 credit)
Writing Skills (ENGL 160) (3 credits)
Intro to World Literature (ENGL 180) (3 credits)
English Elective (ENGL 300+) (3 credits)
Fine Arts Elective (FA 100, 101, 102, or ART 218) (3 credits)
Foreign Language Elective (3 credits)
Foreign Language Elective (3 credits)
History Elective (HIST xxx) (3 credits)
History Elective (HIST xxx) (3 credits)
Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 113) (3 credits)
Bioethics or other upper level PHIL course (PHIL 404 or PHIL xxx) (3 credits)
General Psychology (PSY 211) (3 credits)
Modern Belief (R ST 112) (3 credits)
Death and Afterlife or Upper level R ST course (R ST 435 or R ST xxx) (3 credits)