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LECOM 3 + 4 Accelerated Curriculum (Numerals in front of courses indicate credits)

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FIRST YEAR Fall Semester Mol/Cellular Biology/BIOL 122 Mol/Cell Biology Lab/BIOL 123 General Chemistry I/CHEM 111 Gen Chemistry I Lab/CHEM 112 College Composition/LENG 111 First-Year Seminar Precalculus/MATH 135 or Calculus I/MATH 140

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SECOND YEAR Fall Semester Organic Chemistry I/CHEM 221 3 Organic Chem I Lab/CHEM 222 1 Introduction to Philosophy/LPHI 131 3 Animal Physiology/BIOL 368 3 Animal Physiol Lab/BIOL 369 3 General Physics I/PHYS 105 1 Gen Physics I Lab/PHYS 106 3-4 Speech/SPCH 111 ___ 17-18 THIRD YEAR Fall Semester Theo/Phil III Series/LTHE or LPHI 3 Applied Statistics/MATH 213 3 Intro Psychology/PSYC 111 3 Structural Biochemistry/CHEM 366 3 Leadership Seminar 3-4 ___

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96-98

Spring Semester Animal Form & Function/BIOL 124 Animal Form & Function Lab/BIOL 125 General Chemistry II/CHEM 114 Gen Chemistry II/CHEM 115 Crit Analysis & Comp/LENG 112 Sacred Scriptures/LTHE 121 Hist of West & World/LHST 111

Spring Semester Organic Chemistry II/CHEM 224 Organic Chem II Lab/CHEM 225 Theology II Series/LTHE Philosophy II Series/LPHI General Physics II/PHYS 108 Gen Physics II Lab/PHYS 109 Biology Elective

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

Total credits

PCOM 3+4 ACCELERATED MEDICAL This agreement with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) allows qualified students to earn a bachelor's degree from Gannon and a D.O. degree from PCOM in a total of seven years. Under the agreement, students complete three years of study at Gannon and then enroll at PCOM. After successfully completing two semesters of coursework at PCOM, students are awarded a bachelor's degree in Health Science from Gannon. Admissions Requirements for incoming Gannon students: •

Completion of four years of science courses at the high school level.

Completion of four years of math courses at the high school level.

Minimum SAT score of 1150 (out of 1600 Math and Critical reading) or ACT total of 25.

Minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.4 out of 4.0.

Class rank in the top 25%.

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013  

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013  

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

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