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PRE-PHARMACY 429

(Numerals in front of courses indicate credits)

3 1 3 1 3 3 ___3 17

3 1 3 1 3 3 ___3 17

FRESHMAN First Semester Molecular & Cellular Biol/BIOL 122 3 Molecular & Cellular Biol Lab/BIOL 123 1 General Chemistry I/CHEM 111 3 Gen Chemistry I Lab/CHEM 112 1 Calculus I/MATH 140 3 College Composition/LENG 111 3 Sacred Scripture/LTHE 121 ___3

Second Semester Animal Form & Function/BIOL 124 Animal Form & Func Lab/BIOL 125 General Chemistry II/CHEM 114 Gen Chemistry II Lab/CHEM 115 History of West & World/LHST 111 Basic Sociology/SOCI 110 Critical Analysis & Comp/LENG 112

17 SOPHOMORE First Semester Organic Chemistry I/CHEM 221 3 Organic Chemistry I Lab/CHEM 222 1 Physics I/PHYS 105 3 Physics I Lab/PHYS 106 3 Macroeconomics/BCOR 112 3 Introduction to Philosophy/LPHI 131 3 Fund of Speech/SPCH 111 ___ 16

Second Semester Organic Chemistry II/CHEM 224 Organic Chem II Lab/CHEM 225 Intro to Psychology/PSYC 111 Applied Statistics/MATH 213 Fine Art Series /LFIN Philosophy of Ethical Responsibility/ LPHI 237

LECOM EARLY ACCEPTANCE PRE-PHARMACY PROGRAMS (“4+3”, “3+3”, OR “2+3”) Gannon University in collaboration with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) School of Pharmacy now offers three conditionally guaranteed Early Acceptance Programs in Pre-Pharmacy. These programs allow enrolled students to pursue a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree at LECOM School of Pharmacy after successful completion of four, three, or two years in one of the undergraduate LECOM pre-pharmacy programs at Gannon University. For all three LECOM Pre-Pharmacy programs, students enrolled are conditionally guaranteed acceptance to LECOM School of Pharmacy. Interested students are encouraged to apply to Gannon University by the December 15th deadline. A maximum of twenty (20) high school seniors are interviewed for the LECOM Pre-Pharmacy Programs by both Gannon University and LECOM School of Pharmacy. This interview process fulfills LECOM’s School of Pharmacy interview requirement for admission to pharmacy school. From this pool of students, a maximum of ten (10) students will be accepted to one of the three LECOM pharmacy programs while still in the senior year of high school. Admission requirements for incoming Gannon University students to the “4+3”, “3+3”, or “2+3” LECOM Pre-Pharmacy Programs: •

Minimum SAT score of 1170 (out of 1600 Math and Critical Reading) or ACT Composite Score of 26 or higher

Minimum high school GPA of 3.5 out of 4.0

Additional evidence of scholarly and extracurricular activities

Letters of Recommendation

Essay/Personal Statement is recommended.

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013  

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

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