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Animal Physiology & Lab/ BIOL 368 & 369 JUNIOR Fall Leadership Seminar Theology or Philosophy III Series/ LTHE or LPHI Microbiology & Lab/BIOL 331 & 332 Public Speaking/SPCH 111 Structural Biochemistry/CHEM 366

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Spring Fine Arts Series/LFIN Intro to Psychology/PSYC 111 Literature Series/LENG Senior Seminar/LBST 383 Biology Electives

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2. Nomination by the joint Salus University, Pennsylvania College of Optometry-Gannon University Selection Committee. Student candidates qualified for entrance into the first professional year of optometry shall be presented to Salus University, Pennsylvania College of Optometry for admission. 3. The following coursework is encouraged: Structural Biochemistry/CHEM 366; Histology/ BIOL 320; Genetics & Lab/BIOL 345 & 346; Human Gross Anatomy & Lab/BIOL 365 & 366; Animal Physiology & Lab/BIOL 368 & 369; Cell Biology/BIOL 375; General Experimental Psychology w/Lab/PSYC 303; and Physiological Psychology/PSYC 315.

3 + 4 ACCELERATED PODIATRY PROGRAM Podiatric Medicine is the branch of medicine that medically and surgically manages the care of the lower extremities. The podiatric physician is a health professional who is involved with the examination, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of foot disorders by physical, medical and surgical means. The podiatric physician is trained to detect the signs of general bodily disorder, which may first appear in the lower extremity, such as diabetes or circulatory disorders. When such diagnoses are made, the podiatrist consults with the patient's family doctor concerning continuing treatment. Most podiatric physicians are in general practice; however, some concentrate on subspecialties such as orthopedics, surgery, sports medicine, biomechanics, podopediatrics (children) and podogeriatrics (elderly). These are accelerated programs presented in cooperation with Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and the Kent State University Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. These are undergraduate professional programs of education leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences awarded by Gannon University and the degree of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, awarded by the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine or the Kent State University Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. Admissions Requirements for incoming Gannon students: •

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

No grade lower than a C in any high school science course

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

Minimum SAT score of 1150 (out of 1600 Math and Critical Reading)

Minimum cumulative high school grade point average of 3.0 out of 4.0

Class rank in the top 25%

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015  
Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015  
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