|BIOL 10100||4||Introduction to Biology 1|
|CHM 11500||4||General Chemistry 1|
|CHM 11600||4||General Chemistry 2|
|MA 163002||5||Calculus 1|
|MA 164002||5||Calculus 2|
|PHYS 251002||5||Heat, Electricity, & Optics|
|PHYS 40200/CHM 49800||1||Senior Research 1/Chemistry Research|
|PHYS 40300/CHM 49800||1||Senior Research 2/Chemistry Research|
|PHYS /CHM 19400||1||Freshman Experience|
|PHYS /CHM 29400||1||Sophomore Seminar|
|PHYS /CHM 49400||1||Junior/Senior Seminar|
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The necessary prerequisite courses required for admission to medical and healthcare professional schools can be met with this degree. Specific recommendations are made based on the discipline (medicine, dentistry, veterinary, optometry, podiatry, physician assistant, physical therapy, pharmacy, and occupational therapy). Our preprofessional advisors stay abreast of the specific requirements for professional schools in Indiana, Illinois, and other neighboring states. For more details, students are encouraged to follow this link.
Students may get their Physical Science degree along with a secondary education license to teach middle school or high school Chemistry or Physics. All of the courses required for a secondary education license will fulfill elective or general education requirements in the Physical Science degree. Students interested in the secondary education license option should follow this link.