Although you do not have to major in any particular field, most students major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB), Biology or Chemistry. These degrees already have many of the required courses embedded into the curriculum.
In partnership with one of the nation’s most renowned medical colleges, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM), qualified students are granted priority admission into Lake Erie’s dental program.
We provide the academic courses that pharmacy schools require for admissions, and these classes will help you become successful on the PCAT.
Our Pre-Professional programs will help to guide you in your quest to become a pharmacist. You will be paired with an advisor who knows what it takes to achieve your goals.
At Florida Southern College, all Chemistry majors are required to do independent research. The diverse projects give you various choices and opportunities.
Our extracurricular experiences will help broaden your knowledge and understanding of the world around you. Junior Journeys, internships, shadowing and research.
The Pre-Professional Program (P3) is a rigorous, competitive program for students pursuing admission to professional schools after obtaining their undergraduate degrees.
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There are several relevant organizations on campus to be involved in, such as Gamma Sigma Epsilon Chemistry Honor Society. Student affiliations of national organizations are also available, such as American Chemical Society and other Pre-Professional Societies.
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