You must have an academic major to graduate, but there is no one major required for entrance into a pre-med program.
You need to thoroughly research:
Science courses often are sequential. You must take one before the next, often in a fall-spring sequence.
Integration and understanding of topics requires more than simply memorization of facts.
Find out information from a correct and reliable source. If you want to know what a good pre-med curriculum is, ask an advisor or an admissions officer at a medical school.
BIOL210-211, Principles of Biology
CHEM210-211, General Chemistry
PHYS115-116, Intro to Mechanics and Electromagnetism
CHEM321-322, Organic Chemistry
BIOL400, Cell Biology
One of the following admissions tests (some schools will have a specific exam requirement) : MCAT, DAT, GRE, PCAT
Clinical, practical experience demonstrating a commitment to and understanding of the field.
High scholastic achievement – all fields are competitive.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Primary and secondary application.
A core of science courses supplemented with science and humanities electives.
Four year, post-baccalaureate programs.
Letters of reference from faculty required.
For a complete list of required classes for every medical school, please consult Medical Schools Admissions Requirements. This text is available for reference at Nicholson library (call number REF R 745.A8) or for perusal in the Office of Academic Advising (Walker 124).