Traditional Program Sequence
Academic programs and schedules can be designed in many ways to best meet individual needs. The following is an example of a traditional program sequence.
Course selection and program sequencing will vary based on the student's prior academic record and preparation. Decisions about the academic program should be made in consultation with an academic advisor.
|General Chemistry:||Intro to Statistics:|
|CHEM UN1403||CHEM UN1404||STAT S1111D|
|General Physics:||Science of Psychology:|
|PHYS UN1201||General Chemistry Lab||PSYC S1001Q|
|General Physics Lab:||CHEM UN1500|
|Organic Chemistry:||Take MCAT|
|CHEM UN2443||CHEM UN2444||Begin medical school applications|
|Organic Chemistry Lab:|
|CHEM UN2493||CHEM UN2494|
|BIOL UN2401||BIOL UN2402|
|Contemporary Biology Lab:|
|BIOL UN2501||BIOL UN2501|
|Glide Year:||Glide Year:||Glide Year:|
|Deepen exposure to science coursework, research, or clinical work||Deepen exposure to science coursework, research, or clinical work||Deepen exposure to science coursework, research, or clinical work|
Contemporary Biology Laboratory (BIOL UN2501) should be taken concurrently with either Contemporary Biology I: Biochemistry, Genetics Molecular Biology (BIOL UN2401) or Contemporary Biology II: Cell Biology, Development Physiology (BIOL UN2402).