College of Science and Health > Academics > Biological Sciences > Undergraduate > Biological Sciences (BS) > Concentration Requirements > Medicine & Health Concentration
Each professional program in health requires different courses from the list below. Please consult with an academic advisor to help you select the ones that will support your applications.
Students may substitute HLTH 301 AND HLTH 302 for BIO 201 AND BIO 307 or BIO 201 AND BIO 308. Students who opt to take HLTH 301 and HLTH 302 cannot receive credit for any of the following courses: BIO 201, BIO 307, and BIO 308. BIO 201 and BIO 307 or BIO 308 do not need to be taken as a combination.
Students can request permission from the department to have a BIO 390 class count for one of the requirements if appropriate.
CHE 234 & 235, 340 & 341, 346, HLTH 301, 302, 320, and NEU 201 also fulfills this requirement.
It is strongly recommended that students who wish to take the MCAT take an ethics course as part of their Philosophical Inquiry Domain and PSY 105, PSY 106 & SOC 101 for their Social, Cultural, and Behavioral Inquiry. Biology courses other than the General Biology sequence that have any Scientific Inquiry domain designation do not generate credit toward the major or minor.
Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.
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