Required for the MCAT
-BIO 145/140: Cell and Molecular Biology/Introductory Biology Lab
-BIO 155/150: Organismal and Ecological Biology/ O&E Lab
-CHM 155L: Principles of Chemical Structure and Lab
-CHM 165L: Principles of Chemical Reactivity and Lab
-CHM 185: Organic Chemistry I
-CHM 225: Organic Chemistry 2
-CHM 235: Organic Chemistry Lab
-BIO 235/230: Genetics/Genetics Lab
-BIO 255/250: Experimental Human Physiology/EHP Lab
* Note: non-science majors may take BIO 225/220: Human Physiology, with the understanding that it is less rigorous and may lead to weaker MCAT prep.
-PHY 115: Basic Physics I and Lab
-PHY 215: General Physics I and Lab
-PHY 135: Basic Physics II and Lab
-PHY 225: General Physics II and Lab
*Calculus-based physics is NOT required for the MCAT, but calculus may be required by various medical schools. Check their websites for full requirements.
Required by some Medical Schools
-English courses (generally 6 semester hours, though this varies): some medical schools waive this requirement in favor of Coe's Writing Emphasis program.
Be certain to check with schools in which you're interested