Undergraduate Pre-Medicine Curriculum
Because most majors on campus do not require all pre-health courses, model curricula have been developed to incorporate pre-med requirements into majors commonly taken by South Alabama students. This does not mean that these are the only majors for pre-med students, just that these are the more common. Students can work with the advisor to develop a model curriculum for the major of their choice. Most other health professions will have slightly different requirements, and the model curricula will have to be adjusted accordingly.
These model curricula are provided as a guide and are not considered official (do not use these as your only means of making sure you meet degree requirements).
By selecting the appropriate upper level Biology courses, the student can meet the requirement of most veterinary or pharmacy schools as well as the requirements for medical, dental schools, and optometry schools.
Satisfying requirements for a BMD degree will meet requirements of the majority of health professional schools in the United States.
Completing this program in 4 years will require significant summer school enrollment.