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ROSS 3 + 4 ACCELERATED MEDICAL PROGRAM 415

PCOM 3 + 4 Accelerated Medical Curriculum (96-98 total credits): (Numerals in front of courses indicate credits.)

4 4 3 3 ___2 16

4 4 3 3 4 __ 18

3 3 3 3 __1 13

FIRST YEAR Semester I Molecular and Cellular Biology & Lab/ 4 BIOL 122 & 123 General Chemistry I & Lab/ 4 CHEM 111 & 112 College Composition/LENG 111 3 Trigonometry/MATH 112 or Calculus I/MATH 140 3 First-Year Seminar ___3 17

Semester II Animal Form and Function & Lab/ BIOL 124 & 125 General Chemistry II & Lab/ CHEM 114 & 115 Critical Analysis and Composition/ LENG 112 History Without Borders/LHST 111 Sacred Scripture/LTHE 121

SECOND YEAR Semester III Organic Chemistry I & Lab/ 4 CHEM 221 & 222 General Physics I & Lab/PHYS 105 & 106 4 Intro to Philosophy/LPHI 131 Public Speaking/SPCH 111 3 Animal Physiology & Lab/ 3 BIOL 368 & 369 3-4 ___

Semester IV Organic Chemistry II & Lab/ CHEM 224 & 225 General Physics II & Lab/ PHYS 108 & 109 Philosophy II Series/LPHI Theology II Series/LTHE Biology Electives

17-18 THIRD YEAR Semester V Theology or Philosophy III Series/ LTHE or LPHI Structural Biochemistry/CHEM 366 Applied Statistics/MATH 213 Intro Psychology/PSYC 111 Leadership Seminar

3 3 3 3-4 3

Semester VI Senior Seminar/LBST 383 Fine Art Series/LFIN Genetics/BIOL 345 Biology Electives Literature Series/LENG

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ROSS 3 + 4 ACCELERATED MEDICAL PROGRAM This agreement with Ross University School of Medicine allows qualified students to earn a bachelor's degree from Gannon and an M.D. degree from Ross University in a total of seven years. Under the agreement, students complete three years of study at Gannon and then enroll in the Ross University School of Medicine. After successfully completing two semesters of coursework at Ross University, students are awarded a Bachelor's Degree in Health Science from Gannon. Ross University's School of Medicine is located on the island of Dominica in the Caribbean. Students spend four semesters on the island completing the basic science curriculum before beginning their clinical training in the United States. During Ross's 33-year history, more than 7,700 Ross graduates have entered U.S. residency programs in every specialty in medicine, including programs at all of the major academic medical centers. Ross graduates now typically comprise the largest medical school cohort in the National Residency Match Program.


Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015