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The field of medicine is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of illness, and to raising and maintaining the quality of life within our communities.

If you're aiming for a future at medical school, BMC can prepare you with a specialization in biology that includes the many of the classes and skills you'll need to fulfill med-school prerequisites.

Program Description

BMC offers courses that cover the first 2 years of a typical 4-year college pre-medicine program (college-level courses) as well as courses to develop skills needed for college-level courses.

Degree Options: Associate of Science Degree with a Specialization in Biology

Program Planning

High School Preparation: While in high school, students should pursue all the available courses in mathematics, chemistry, and biology.

Students interested in medicine should gain as much exposure to the profession as possible by observing, assisting, and gaining work experience in offices, clinics, hospitals, and research facilities.

Recommended Class Schedule: We suggest the following schedule of classes for students who wish to earn the Associate Degree of Sciences (college transfer).

First Year

FallWinterSpring
CHEM& 161
MATH& 151
ENGL& 101
CHEM& 162
MATH& 152
Humanities
CHEM& 163
MATH& 153 or MATH& 146
BIOL& 221

Second Year

FallWinterSpring
BIOL& 222
CHEM& 261
Elective
BIOL& 223
CHEM& 262
Elective
Social Science
CHEM& 263
Humanities or Social Science
  • Some students may need to take additional prerequisite courses.
  • The humanities and social science courses must be chosen from the humanities and social science distribution course lists.
  • At least one course must be chosen from the list of approved multicultural courses on the Approved Distribution Course List.
  • PHYS 114 and 115 are recommended as elective courses. They are required by most medical schools.
  • PE activity courses cannot be used as elective courses.
  • A maximum of 5 credits of electives can be from courses that do not appear on the basic requirements list of the Associate in Arts and Sciences Degree Option A or on the Approved Distribution Course List. Such courses must be approved by a biology advisor.

 

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