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Change Undergraduate Option
Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry

Status: Approved

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1. Review - College Approver - Science

Approved by Henri Jansen Assoc Dean-Acdmc & StudAffairs / College of Science Admin, April 17, 2019 2:27pm

Comments

Henri Jansen (College Approver - Science) April 17, 2019 2:27pm
The A&P enrollment will need to be monitored. MB and IB should formulate a plan what to do if the enrollment reaches a critical limit.

2. Review - Curriculum Coordinator

Approved by Cheryl Hagey Administrative Program Assist / Acad Progms & Assessment, April 23, 2019 10:26am

Comments

Cheryl Hagey (Curriculum Coordinator) April 23, 2019 10:26am
SUMMARY: This CHANGE proposal seeks to update the requirements of the Undergraduate Option.
 
CIP 511199 has been added to the proposal.
 
All Components are met per the Faculty Senate Curriculum Council guidelines.

Please note the Catalog Year policy for submission deadlines.  Here is the policy for your convenience http://apa.oregonstate.edu/pop/catalog-year

3. Review - Graduate Council Chair

Approved by Cheryl Hagey Administrative Program Assist / Acad Progms & Assessment, April 23, 2019 10:26am

Comments

Cheryl Hagey (Graduate Council Chair) April 23, 2019 10:26am
CPS GLITCH.  REVIEW - NOT NECESSARY:
This proposal is being pushed.  It does not require Grad Council review.
 
Ok - per Lisa Ganio

4. Review - CC Rep - Science (M-Z)

Approved by Richard Nafshun Senior Instructor II / Chemistry, April 23, 2019 1:33pm

5. Review - Curriculum Council Chair

Approved by Carol Mc Kiel Instructor / College of Education, May 1, 2019 5:38pm

6. Review - Academic Programs

Approved by Cheryl Hagey Administrative Program Assist / Acad Progms & Assessment, May 8, 2019 11:15am

Comments

Cheryl Hagey (Academic Programs) May 8, 2019 11:15am
All Components are met per the Faculty Senate Curriculum Council guidelines.

7. Review - Catalog Coordinator

Approved by Belinda Sykes Catalog & Curriculum Coord. / Office of the Registrar, May 22, 2019 11:15am

Proposal

Proposal ID: 106821
Type: Change Major/Option/Minor/Certificate
Submission Date: April 17, 2019 10:59am
Approval Date: May 22, 2019 11:15am
Effective Term: Summer 2019
Justification:
The purpose of this proposal is two-fold: 1) to add MTH 227/228 as an acceptable alternative to MTH 251/252, since the biologically based calculus/probability classes are of particular interest to pre-med students; and 2) to add the advanced human anatomy & physiology series as an acceptable alternative to the vertebrate physiology series, since Integrative Biology has indicated that they expect to be able to accommodate more students. This will give more options to pre-med students.
Comments:
In response to Bob Mason's concerns: this change was only made after a conversation initiated by IB, where Brock indicated that we could add AP, as long as we kept it to a choice between A&P and vertebrate physiology (and not a requirement). I suspect that a number of our students are taking the A&P series anyway, at this time. We can certainly watch numbers to make sure that the A&P series is being overwhelmed.

Originators

Name Title Department/School
Linda Bruslind Senior Instructor II Microbiology (Science)

Contacts

Name Title Department/School
Mariette Fulton Asst to the Chair Microbiology (Ag)

Liaisons

Liaison Status Required
Marita Barth - Instructor / Chemistry
No concerns
(Responded on Apr 3, 2019)
Responded Yes
Jerri Bartholomew - Department Head / Microbiology (Science)
Approve
(Responded on Apr 2, 2019)
Responded Yes
Kathryn Becker Blease - Dir-Sch of Pyschological Sci / Sch of Psychological Sci
Expired Yes
Susan Bernardin - Director - SLCS / Liberal Arts Admin
approve.
(Responded on Apr 9, 2019)
Responded Yes
David Bernell - Associate Professor / School of Public Policy
Approve.
(Responded on Apr 5, 2019)
Responded Yes
David Bishop IV - Coord-Academic / History Department
Expired Yes
William Bogley - Department Head / Mathematics
looks fine
(Responded on Apr 4, 2019)
Responded Yes
Linda Bruslind - Senior Instructor II / Microbiology (Science)
approve
(Responded on Apr 3, 2019)
Responded Yes
Lori Cramer - Associate Professor / School of Public Policy
No objection.
(Responded on Apr 2, 2019)
Responded Yes
Gary Delander - Executive Associate Dean / Pharmacy Professnl Instr
Expired Yes
John Edwards - Professor / Sch of Psychological Sci
Expired Yes
Kevin Gable - Professor / Chemistry
No concerns.
(Responded on Apr 3, 2019)
Responded Yes
Lisa Ganio - Department Head / Statistics (Science)
Expired Yes
Anita Helle - Professor / Sch of Wrtg Lit & Film
Expired Yes
Norman Hord - School Head / Public Hlth/HumanSci Adm
Expired Yes
Andy Karplus - Department Head / Biochem / Biophysics
I have no concerns.
(Responded on Apr 2, 2019)
Responded Yes
Jeffrey Kollath - Senior Instructor I / Statistics (Science)
Expired Yes
Robert Mason - Administrator 2-Assoc Dpt Head / Integrative Biology
My only concern is with access to the A&P series. Many of your students already take this series and I see that the Z431 and 432 are still in as other options. All I can say is that we will monitor the enrollment in the lab sections of A&P and do our best to accommodate students wishing to enroll. But it is going to be very tight.
(Responded on Apr 5, 2019)
Responded Yes
Brock Mc Leod - Coord-UndergradSucces&Engagmnt / Integrative Biology

(Responded on Apr 5, 2019)
Responded Yes
David McIntyre - Associate Professor / Physics
Expired Yes
Ben Mutschler - Director / History Department
Expired Yes
Joseph Orosco - Associate Professor / Philosophy Department
Expired Yes
David Roundy - Associate Professor / Physics
sounds fine.
(Responded on Apr 3, 2019)
Responded Yes
Heidi Schellman - Department Head / Physics
Looks good - congratulations on getting human anatomy into the curriculum for your majors.
(Responded on Apr 3, 2019)
Responded Yes
Elizabeth Schroeder - Associate Professor / Economics Department
No objection.
(Responded on Apr 3, 2019)
Responded Yes
Richard Settersten - School Head / Public Hlth/HumanSci Adm
I approve.
(Responded on Apr 2, 2019)
Responded Yes
Brent Steel - Professor / School of Public Policy
No objection
(Responded on Apr 2, 2019)
Responded Yes
Andrew Valls - Interim Director / Liberal Arts Admin
No objections from the School of Public Policy.
(Responded on Apr 9, 2019)
Responded Yes
J Nicole von Germeten - Director-SHPR / Liberal Arts Admin
Approve.
(Responded on Apr 3, 2019)
Responded Yes
Virginia Weis - Professor / Integrative Biology
Expired Yes
Erika Wolters - Summer Session/Non-Teaching / School of Public Policy
No objections.
(Responded on Apr 3, 2019)
Responded Yes
Lan Xue - Associate Professor / Statistics (Science)
Expired Yes

Program Information

Program Title: Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry 
CIP Code: 511199
College/Department or College/School: College of Science / School of Life Sciences 

Program Type: Undergraduate Option 
Associated Major: BioHealth Sciences - BS, CRED, HBS 
Original Program: Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry 
Description: Updated 

Physicians diagnose illness and injury, prescribe and administer treatment and advise patients about how to prevent and manage wellbeing. There are two traditional paths to becoming a doctor: allopathic medicine, which leads to Doctor of Medicine (MD), or osteopathic medicine, which leads to a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO). Both provide the education and training necessary to practice medicine. A podiatrist is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), trained specifically to diagnose and treat conditions of the foot, ankle, and related structures of the leg.

The BioHealth Sciences major combined with the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option is designed to meet most or all of the requirements for admission to allopathic, osteopathic, or podiatric medical schools across the U.S. Satisfactory completion of the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option facilitates, but does not guarantee, admission to any medical school. The BioHealth Sciences major is also suited for postbaccalaureate students who already have a bachelor's degree in another subject and need science course work to apply to medical school.

The book, Medical School Admission Requirements, published by the Association of American Medical Colleges (https://www.aamc.org/), lists specific entrance requirements for allopathic (MD) schools. The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (http://www.aacom.org/) lists requirements for osteopathic (DO) schools. The American Association of College of Podiatric Medicine (http://www.aacpm.org/) lists requirements for podiatric (DPM) schools. Students are urged to carefully check admission requirements at their schools of interest and work closely with admission representatives in order to make sure they are meeting all requirements.

Admission to medical school is very competitive. Students are chosen according to grades, MCAT scores, medical experience, and apparent motivation for medicine. A member of the premedical committee is assigned to each student as an advisor.

Students may not combine the Pre-Medicine/PrePodiatry option with any other option offered with the BioHealth Sciences major (Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Clinical Laboratory Science, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Physical Therapy).

Physicians diagnose illness and injury, prescribe and administer treatment and advise patients about how to prevent and manage wellbeing. There are two traditional paths to becoming a doctor: allopathic medicine, which leads to Doctor of Medicine (MD), or osteopathic medicine, which leads to a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO). Both provide the education and training necessary to practice medicine. A podiatrist is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), trained specifically to diagnose and treat conditions of the foot, ankle, and related structures of the leg.

The BioHealth Sciences major combined with the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option is designed to meet most or all of the requirements for admission to allopathic, osteopathic, or podiatric medical schools across the U.S. Satisfactory completion of the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option facilitates, but does not guarantee, admission to any medical school. The BioHealth Sciences major is also suited for postbaccalaureate students who already have a bachelor's degree in another subject and need science course work to apply to medical school.

The book, Medical School Admission Requirements, published by the Association of American Medical Colleges (https://www.aamc.org/), lists specific entrance requirements for allopathic (MD) schools. The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (http://www.aacom.org/) lists requirements for osteopathic (DO) schools. The American Association of College of Podiatric Medicine (http://www.aacpm.org/) lists requirements for podiatric (DPM) schools. Students are urged to carefully check admission requirements at their schools of interest and work closely with admission representatives in order to make sure they are meeting all requirements.

Admission to medical school is very competitive. Students are chosen according to grades, MCAT scores, medical experience, and apparent motivation for medicine. A member of the premedical committee is assigned to each student as an advisor.

Students may not combine the Pre-Medicine/PrePodiatry option with any other option offered with the BioHealth Sciences major (Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Clinical Laboratory Science, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Physical Therapy).

Physicians diagnose illness and injury, prescribe and administer treatment and advise patients about how to prevent and manage wellbeing. There are two traditional paths to becoming a doctor: allopathic medicine, which leads to Doctor of Medicine (MD), or osteopathic medicine, which leads to a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO). Both provide the education and training necessary to practice medicine. A podiatrist is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), trained specifically to diagnose and treat conditions of the foot, ankle, and related structures of the leg.

The BioHealth Sciences major combined with the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option is designed to meet most or all of the requirements for admission to allopathic, osteopathic, or podiatric medical schools across the U.S. Satisfactory completion of the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option facilitates, but does not guarantee, admission to any medical school. The BioHealth Sciences major is also suited for postbaccalaureate students who already have a bachelor's degree in another subject and need science course work to apply to medical school.

The book, Medical School Admission Requirements, published by the Association of American Medical Colleges (https://www.aamc.org/), lists specific entrance requirements for allopathic (MD) schools. The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (http://www.aacom.org/) lists requirements for osteopathic (DO) schools. The American Association of College of Podiatric Medicine (http://www.aacpm.org/) lists requirements for podiatric (DPM) schools. Students are urged to carefully check admission requirements at their schools of interest and work closely with admission representatives in order to make sure they are meeting all requirements.

Admission to medical school is very competitive. Students are chosen according to grades, MCAT scores, medical experience, and apparent motivation for medicine. A member of the premedical committee is assigned to each student as an advisor.

Students may not combine the Pre-Medicine/PrePodiatry option with any other option offered with the BioHealth Sciences major (Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Clinical Laboratory Science, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Physical Therapy).

Requirements: Updated 

Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry Option Courses

Courses may be used to meet requirements for the BHS core and/or bacc core. For the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option, MB 416 will meet the BHS core requirement for an immunology course, the combination of MTH 251/252 or MTH 227/228 will meet the BHS core requirement for two MTH courses, and ST 351 will meet the BHS core requirement for a statistics course. PHL 444, if chosen, will meet the bacc core requirement for a Science, Technology, and Society synthesis course. ANTH 383, if chosen, will meet the bacc core requirement for a Contemporary Global Issues synthesis course.

BI 109. Health Professions: Medical (1)
MB 416. Immunology (3)
MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4) and MTH 252. Integral Calculus (4)
  or MTH 227. *Calculus and Probability for the Life Sciences I (4) and MTH 228. *Calculus and Probability    for the Life Sciences II (4)
PHL/REL 444. *Biomedical Ethics (4)
  or ANTH 383. *Introduction to Medical Anthropology (3)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
ST 351. Introduction to Statistical Methods (4)
Z 431. Vertebrate Physiology I (4) and Z 432. Vertebrate Physiology II (3)
  or BI 331, BI 332, BI 333. Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology (3, 3, 3) and BI 341,342, 343. Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory (2, 2, 2)

Select two courses from below (6):
MB 430. Bacterial Pathogenesis (3)
MB 434. Virology (3)
MB 480. General Parasitology (3)

Total=35–44 credits


Sample Four-Year Plan: BioHealth Sciences Major, Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry Option


Fall Term (15)

BHS 110. Biohealth Sciences Orientation (1)
CH 231. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 261. *Laboratory for Chemistry 231 (1)
HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2)
HHS 241. *Lifetime Fitness (1)
  or PAC
MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4) or MTH 227. *Calculus and Probability for the Life Sciences I (4)
Elective credits (2)

Winter Term (15)

CH 232. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 262. *Laboratory for Chemistry 232 (1)
MTH 252. Integral Calculus (4) or MTH 228. *Calculus and Probability for the Life Sciences II (4)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
Elective credits (3)

Spring Term (15)

CH 233. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 263. *Laboratory for Chemistry 233 (1)
PSY 201. *General Psychology (3)
ST 351. Introduction to Statistical Methods (4)
Speech (3)

Year 2


Fall Term (14–15)

BI 211. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 331. Organic Chemistry (4)
PSY 202. *General Psychology (3)
Western Culture (34)

Winter Term (15)

BI 212. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 332. Organic Chemistry (4)
H 225. *Social and Individual Health Determinants (4)
Writing II (3)

Spring Term (14–15)

BI 213. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 337. Organic Chemistry Laboratory (4)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
Literature and the Arts (3–4)

Year 3


Fall Term (14–15)

BB 450. General Biochemistry (4)
PH 201. *General Physics (5)
PHAR 210. Terminology of the Health Sciences (2)
Cultural Diversity (3–4)
Elective credit (0–1)

Winter Term (15–16)

BB 314. Cell and Molecular Biology (4)
BB 451. General Biochemistry (3)
PH 202. *General Physics (5)
Cultural Competency requirement (see below) (3–4)

Select two Cultural Competency courses from below (6–8):
ANTH 240. Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3)
ANTH 345. *Biological and Cultural Constructions of Race (3)
ANTH/FCSJ 361. *Food Justice (4)
ECON 383. *The Economics of Discrimination (4)
ES 351. *Ethnic Minorities in Oregon (4)
ES 353. *Environmental Racism (4)
HDFS 201. *Contemporary Families in the U.S. (3)
MB 330. *Disease and Society (3)
PHL 280. *Ethics of Diversity (4)
PSY 426. *Psychology of Gender (4)
PSY/WGSS 466. *Fat Studies (4)
QS/WGSS 262. *Introduction to Queer Studies (3)
SOC 426. *Social Inequality (4)
SPAN 221. Spanish for Medical Professions I (4)
SPAN 222. Spanish for Medical Professions II (4)
WGSS 414. *Systems of Oppression in Women's Lives (4)

Spring Term (14–15)

BI 109. Health Professions: Medical (1)
MB 302. General Microbiology (3)
MB 303. General Microbiology Laboratory (2)
PH 203. *General Physics (5)
Cultural Competency requirement (3–4)
Elective credit (0–1)

Year 4


Fall Term (15)

MB 416. Immunology (3)
ANTH 383. *Introduction to Medical Anthropology (3)
  or PHL 444. *Biomedical Ethics (4)
Elective credit (4–6)

Select one WIC course from below (3–4):
MB 385. ^Emerging Infectious Diseases and Epidemics (3)
BHS 323. ^Microbial Influences on Human Health (3)
HSTS 417. ^*History of Medicine (4)

Winter Term (15)

MB 310. Bacterial Molecular Genetics (3)
  or BI 311. Genetics (4)
Z 431. Vertebrate Physiology I (3)
Synthesis (3–4)
Elective credit (4–6)

Spring Term (15)

BHS 329. Mechanisms of Disease: Introduction to General Pathology (3)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
Z 432. Vertebrate Physiology II (3)

Select two courses from below (6):
MB 430. Bacterial Pathogenesis (3)
MB 434. Virology (3)
MB 480. General Parasitology (3)

Total=180

Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry Option Courses

Courses may be used to meet requirements for the BHS core and/or bacc core. For the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option, MB 416 will meet the BHS core requirement for an immunology course, MTH 251 and 252 will meet the BHS core requirement for two MTH courses at MTH 111 or higher, and ST 351 will meet the BHS core requirement for a statistics course. PHL 444, if chosen, will meet the bacc core requirement for a Science, Technology, and Society synthesis course. ANTH 383, if chosen, will meet the bacc core requirement for a Contemporary Global Issues synthesis course.

BI 109. Health Professions: Medical (1)
MB 416. Immunology (3)
MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4)
MTH 252. Integral Calculus (4)
PHL/REL 444. *Biomedical Ethics (4)
  or ANTH 383. *Introduction to Medical Anthropology (3)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
ST 351. Introduction to Statistical Methods (4)
Z 431. Vertebrate Physiology I (4)
Z 432. Vertebrate Physiology II (3)

Select two courses from below (6):
MB 430. Bacterial Pathogenesis (3)
MB 434. Virology (3)
MB 480. General Parasitology (3)

Total=35–36 credits


Sample Four-Year Plan: BioHealth Sciences Major, Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry Option


Fall Term (15)

BHS 110. Biohealth Sciences Orientation (1)
CH 231. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 261. *Laboratory for Chemistry 231 (1)
HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2)
HHS 241. *Lifetime Fitness (1)
  or PAC
MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4)
Elective credits (2)

Winter Term (15)

CH 232. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 262. *Laboratory for Chemistry 232 (1)
MTH 252. Integral Calculus (4)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
Elective credits (3)

Spring Term (15)

CH 233. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 263. *Laboratory for Chemistry 233 (1)
PSY 201. *General Psychology (3)
ST 351. Introduction to Statistical Methods (4)
Speech (3)

Year 2


Fall Term (14–15)

BI 211. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 331. Organic Chemistry (4)
PSY 202. *General Psychology (3)
Western Culture (34)

Winter Term (15)

BI 212. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 332. Organic Chemistry (4)
H 225. *Social and Individual Health Determinants (4)
Writing II (3)

Spring Term (14–15)

BI 213. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 337. Organic Chemistry Laboratory (4)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
Literature and the Arts (3–4)

Year 3


Fall Term (14–15)

BB 450. General Biochemistry (4)
PH 201. *General Physics (5)
PHAR 210. Terminology of the Health Sciences (2)
Cultural Diversity (3–4)
Elective credit (0–1)

Winter Term (15–16)

BB 314. Cell and Molecular Biology (4)
BB 451. General Biochemistry (3)
PH 202. *General Physics (5)
Cultural Competency requirement (see below) (3–4)

Select two Cultural Competency courses from below (6–8):
ANTH 240. Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3)
ANTH 345. *Biological and Cultural Constructions of Race (3)
ANTH/FCSJ 361. *Food Justice (4)
ECON 383. *The Economics of Discrimination (4)
ES 351. *Ethnic Minorities in Oregon (4)
ES 353. *Environmental Racism (4)
HDFS 201. *Contemporary Families in the U.S. (3)
MB 330. *Disease and Society (3)
PHL 280. *Ethics of Diversity (4)
PSY 426. *Psychology of Gender (4)
PSY/WGSS 466. *Fat Studies (4)
QS/WGSS 262. *Introduction to Queer Studies (3)
SOC 426. *Social Inequality (4)
SPAN 221. Spanish for Medical Professions I (4)
SPAN 222. Spanish for Medical Professions II (4)
WGSS 414. *Systems of Oppression in Women's Lives (4)

Spring Term (14–15)

BI 109. Health Professions: Medical (1)
MB 302. General Microbiology (3)
MB 303. General Microbiology Laboratory (2)
PH 203. *General Physics (5)
Cultural Competency requirement (3–4)
Elective credit (0–1)

Year 4


Fall Term (15)

MB 416. Immunology (3)
ANTH 383. *Introduction to Medical Anthropology (3)
  or PHL 444. *Biomedical Ethics (4)
Elective credit (4–6)

Select one WIC course from below (3–4):
MB 385. ^Emerging Infectious Diseases and Epidemics (3)
BHS 323. ^Microbial Influences on Human Health (3)
HSTS 417. ^*History of Medicine (4)

Winter Term (15)

MB 310. Bacterial Molecular Genetics (3)
  or BI 311. Genetics (4)
Z 431. Vertebrate Physiology I (3)
Synthesis (3–4)
Elective credit (4–6)

Spring Term (15)

BHS 329. Mechanisms of Disease: Introduction to General Pathology (3)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
Z 432. Vertebrate Physiology II (3)

Select two courses from below (6):
MB 430. Bacterial Pathogenesis (3)
MB 434. Virology (3)
MB 480. General Parasitology (3)

Total=180

Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry Option Courses

Courses may be used to meet requirements for the BHS core and/or bacc core. For the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry option, MB 416 will meet the BHS core requirement for an immunology course, the combination of MTH 251 and 252 251/252 or MTH 227/228 will meet the BHS core requirement for two MTH courses at MTH 111 or higher, courses, and ST 351 will meet the BHS core requirement for a statistics course. PHL 444, if chosen, will meet the bacc core requirement for a Science, Technology, and Society synthesis course. ANTH 383, if chosen, will meet the bacc core requirement for a Contemporary Global Issues synthesis course.

BI 109. Health Professions: Medical (1)
MB 416. Immunology (3)
MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4)
(4) and MTH 252. Integral Calculus (4)
  or MTH 227. *Calculus and Probability for the Life Sciences I (4) and MTH 228. *Calculus and Probability    for the Life Sciences II (4)
PHL/REL 444. *Biomedical Ethics (4)
  or ANTH 383. *Introduction to Medical Anthropology (3)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
ST 351. Introduction to Statistical Methods (4)
Z 431. Vertebrate Physiology I (4)
(4) and Z 432. Vertebrate Physiology II (3)


  or BI 331, BI 332, BI 333. Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology (3, 3, 3) and BI 341,342, 343. Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory (2, 2, 2)

Select two courses from below (6):

MB 430. Bacterial Pathogenesis (3)
MB 434. Virology (3)
MB 480. General Parasitology (3)

Total=35–36

Total=35–44

credits


Sample Four-Year Plan: BioHealth Sciences Major, Pre-Medicine/Pre-Podiatry Option



Fall Term (15)

BHS 110. Biohealth Sciences Orientation (1)
CH 231. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 261. *Laboratory for Chemistry 231 (1)
HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2)
HHS 241. *Lifetime Fitness (1)
  or PAC
MTH 251. *Differential Calculus (4)
(4) or MTH 227. *Calculus and Probability for the Life Sciences I (4)
Elective credits (2)

Winter Term (15)

CH 232. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 262. *Laboratory for Chemistry 232 (1)
MTH 252. Integral Calculus (4)
(4) or MTH 228. *Calculus and Probability for the Life Sciences II (4)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
Elective credits (3)

Spring Term (15)

CH 233. *General Chemistry (4)
CH 263. *Laboratory for Chemistry 233 (1)
PSY 201. *General Psychology (3)
ST 351. Introduction to Statistical Methods (4)
Speech (3)

Year 2



Fall Term (14–15)

BI 211. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 331. Organic Chemistry (4)
PSY 202. *General Psychology (3)
Western Culture (34)

Winter Term (15)

BI 212. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 332. Organic Chemistry (4)
H 225. *Social and Individual Health Determinants (4)
Writing II (3)

Spring Term (14–15)

BI 213. *Principles of Biology (4)
CH 337. Organic Chemistry Laboratory (4)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
Literature and the Arts (3–4)

Year 3



Fall Term (14–15)

BB 450. General Biochemistry (4)
PH 201. *General Physics (5)
PHAR 210. Terminology of the Health Sciences (2)
Cultural Diversity (3–4)
Elective credit (0–1)

Winter Term (15–16)

BB 314. Cell and Molecular Biology (4)
BB 451. General Biochemistry (3)
PH 202. *General Physics (5)
Cultural Competency requirement (see below) (3–4)

Select two Cultural Competency courses from below (6–8):

ANTH 240. Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3)
ANTH 345. *Biological and Cultural Constructions of Race (3)
ANTH/FCSJ 361. *Food Justice (4)
ECON 383. *The Economics of Discrimination (4)
ES 351. *Ethnic Minorities in Oregon (4)
ES 353. *Environmental Racism (4)
HDFS 201. *Contemporary Families in the U.S. (3)
MB 330. *Disease and Society (3)
PHL 280. *Ethics of Diversity (4)
PSY 426. *Psychology of Gender (4)
PSY/WGSS 466. *Fat Studies (4)
QS/WGSS 262. *Introduction to Queer Studies (3)
SOC 426. *Social Inequality (4)
SPAN 221. Spanish for Medical Professions I (4)
SPAN 222. Spanish for Medical Professions II (4)
WGSS 414. *Systems of Oppression in Women's Lives (4)

Spring Term (14–15)

BI 109. Health Professions: Medical (1)
MB 302. General Microbiology (3)
MB 303. General Microbiology Laboratory (2)
PH 203. *General Physics (5)
Cultural Competency requirement (3–4)
Elective credit (0–1)

Year 4



Fall Term (15)

MB 416. Immunology (3)
ANTH 383. *Introduction to Medical Anthropology (3)
  or PHL 444. *Biomedical Ethics (4)
Elective credit (4–6)

Select one WIC course from below (3–4):

MB 385. ^Emerging Infectious Diseases and Epidemics (3)
BHS 323. ^Microbial Influences on Human Health (3)
HSTS 417. ^*History of Medicine (4)

Winter Term (15)

MB 310. Bacterial Molecular Genetics (3)
  or BI 311. Genetics (4)
Z 431. Vertebrate Physiology I (3)
Synthesis (3–4)
Elective credit (4–6)

Spring Term (15)

BHS 329. Mechanisms of Disease: Introduction to General Pathology (3)
SOC 204. *Introduction to Sociology (3)
  or SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
Z 432. Vertebrate Physiology II (3)

Select two courses from below (6):

MB 430. Bacterial Pathogenesis (3)
MB 434. Virology (3)
MB 480. General Parasitology (3)

Total=180

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