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SECOND YEAR Semester III Introduction to Philosophy/LPHI 131 Economic/BCOR 111 or 112 Public Speaking/SPCH 111 General Physics I/PHYS 105 General Physics I Lab/PHYS 106 Organic Chemistry I/CHEM 221 Organic Chemistry I Lab/CHEM 222

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Semester IV Philosophy II Series/LPHI * Theology II Series/LTHE * Organic Chemistry II/CHEM 224 Organic Chemistry II Lab/CHEM 225 General Physics II/PHYS 108 General Physics II Lab/PHYS 109 Animal Physiology/BIOL 368 Animal Physiology Lab/BIOL 369

18 THIRD YEAR Semester V Introduction to Psychology/PSYC 111 3 OR Basic Sociology/SOCI 110 3 Structural Biochemistry/CHEM 366 3 Applied Statistics/MATH 213 3 Theology/Philosophy III Series/ 3-4 LTHE 227 or LPHI 237 Leadership Seminar Biology Electives ** __ 15-16

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

*Please refer to undergraduate catalog for course options. **Choice of Biology Electives restricted; please consult with advisor. Total Credits: 98-101

LECOM “2+3” PRE-PHARMACY PROGRAM This is a conditionally guaranteed, accelerated, Early Acceptance Program presented in cooperation with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) School of Pharmacy. The “2+3” program is available to the exceptional student who has the maturity and intellectual capability to enter a professional school after completing only two years of undergraduate study. Students in the “2+3” program will not earn a Gannon University undergraduate degree. Most students are encouraged to apply to the LECOM “4+3” or “3+3” Pre-Pharmacy Programs described above. The “2+3” program is completed in two phases. Phase I consists of two years of undergraduate study at Gannon University. Phase II consists of three years of pharmacy school education at LECOM’s School of Pharmacy in Erie, Pennsylvania or four years of pharmacy school education at LECOM’s School of Pharmacy in Bradenton, Florida and their associated clinical sites. Successful completion of Phase II results in earning a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree.

Gannon University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014  
Gannon University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014  
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