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    Dr. Thomas E. Brady, Dean
    Dr. Pablo Arenaz, Associate Dean
    Dr. E. Alan Dean, Assistant Dean

    Bell Hall, Room 100
    Phone: (915) 747-5536
    Fax: (915) 747-6807

  • College Information
    1.- Intoduction
    2.- Undergraduate Programs
    3.- Departamental Honors Programs
    4.- Bachelor of Science Degree Requirements
    5.- Major Fields
    6.- Advising
    7.- Preprofessional Programs
    8.- Secondary Teacher Certification
    9.- Degree Plans
    10.- Lower-Division Courses
    11.- Upper Division Courses
    12.- Interdisiplinary Degrees
    13.- Interdisiplinary Courses

    7.- Preprofessional Programs

    Students planning to enter medical, dental, pharmacy, or veterinary schools normally require a Baccalaureate degree. A minimum of two years of biology, two years of chemistry including a year of organic chemistry, a semester of calculus, and one year of physics are required for admission to most professional schools. Information about entrance requirements to professional schools may be obtained from the Preprofessional Advisor in the Academic Advising Center. Students should seek this advice by the time they have completed 60 semester hours of credit toward a degree.

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