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1 Pre-Medical Studies INDIVIDUAL PROGRAM INFORMATION Macomb1 ( )

2 Pre Medical Studies PROGRAM OPTIONS CREDENTIAL TITLE CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED NOTES Associate of Science Pre Medical Studies 62 Certificate Pre Medical Studies CONTACT INFORMATION CONTACT TITLE NAME PHONE E MAIL LOCATION Associate Dean Center Campus Associate Dean South Campus Program Description: The Pre Medical Studies program is designed to provide students with the basic competencies, knowledge, and skills requisite to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program and major appropriate for premedical studies. Popular transfer majors include biology, chemistry, and biochemistry. Students are advised to consult with an academic advisor when selecting options and elective course work in order to tailor their program for the appropriate transfer destination. Career Opportunities: Pre Medical Studies Associate of Science: Job titles such as Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technician are attainable upon completion of this course of study. To learn more from a career specialist, visit the Office of Career Services at either campus or explore online at Pre Medical Studies Certificate: Job titles such as Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technician are attainable upon completion of this course of study. To learn more from a career specialist, visit the Office of Career Services at either campus or explore online at Transfer Pathways: Students intending to transfer and complete a bachelor s degree need to make early decisions concerning an academic major and a transfer destination. Statistics show that students who make these decisions early are more likely to persist to graduation than their undecided counterparts. Students planning to transfer credits earned at Macomb are strongly urged to see a counselor or academic advisor as early as possible in their college careers. 8 Transfer Resource Guide 1

3 ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN PRE MEDICAL STUDIES Career preparation and related courses (require successful completion of a minimum of 62 credit hours) SUGGESTED SEQUENCE BASED ON FULL TIME ENROLLMENT. MAY ALSO BE COMPLETED BASED ON PART TIME ENROLLMENT. CORE COURSES: COMMON DEGREE CORE REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN PRE MEDICAL STUDIES COURSE COURSE TITLE PREREQUISITE SEMESTER 1 Group II Course: BIOL 1000 Group II Course: CHEM 1170 Group II Course: MATH 1460 MATH 1760 Group IA Course: ENGL 1180 ENGL 1210 CREDIT HOURS General Biology General Chemistry 1 Precalculus 1 Analytic Geometry & Calculus 1 1 Communications 1 Composition 1 CHEM 1050 with grade C or better and MATH 1000 proficiency (demonstrated by math placement score, completing MATH 1000 with grade C or better, being enrolled in higher math, or having higher level math on transcript); or a passing score on the American Chemical Society Placement Test Grade B or better in MATH 1000 or an equivalent college course or an acceptable score on a Grade C or better in MATH 1430 or MATH 1460 or equivalent college course, or an acceptable score on a. Placement, or ENGL 0050 or EAPP 1500 with grade C or better SEMESTER 2 BIOL 1010 General Biology 2 BIOL 1000 with grade C or better 4.0 CHEM 1180 General Chemistry 2 CHEM 1170 with grade C or better 4.0 Group IB Course: ENGL 1190 ENGL 1220 Communications 2 Composition ENGL 1180 or ENGL Group III Course: PSYC 1010 Introductory Psychology 4.0 SEMESTER 3 CHEM 2260 Organic Chemistry 1 CHEM 1180 with grade C or better 4.0 BIOL 2400 General Microbiology BIOL 1000 with grade C or better 4.0 PHYS 1180 College Physics 1 Group III Course Group IV Course SEMESTER 4 Any ANTH, ECON, GEOG, HIST, INTL 2010, INTL 2500, INTL 2700, POLS, PSYC, SOCY, SOSC Any ARAB, ARTT, CHIN, ENGL 2### (CREATIVE WRITING OR LITERATURE ONLY), FREN, GRMN, HUMN, ITAL, INTL 2000, INTL 2300, MUSC, PHIL, & SPAN MATH 1000 with grade C or better or higher level math course, or math placement score CHEM 2270 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2 (if required) CHEM 2260 with grade C or better CHEM 2280 Organic Chemistry 2 CHEM 2260 with grade C or better 4.0 PHYS 1190 College Physics 2 PHYS 1180 with grade C or better 4.0 Group IV Course Any ARAB, ARTT, CHIN, ENGL 2### (CREATIVE WRITING OR LITERATURE ONLY), FREN, GRMN, HUMN, ITAL, INTL 2000, INTL 2300, MUSC, PHIL, & SPAN Group V Course Any PHED Wellness course 2000 or above

4 NOTES: 1 Mathematics option should be chosen based on intended transfer destination. 2 This course may be required based on the transfer institution you plan to attend. A minimum of 18 credit hours of Arts & Sciences courses (Groups I V) are needed as well as a minimum of 62 total credit hours for the associate degree. Arts & Sciences Group III V can be taken in any semester. It is strongly encouraged that you work with a counselor, advisor or faculty/department coordinator to plan your schedule. 3

5 Associate of Science (AS) Degree The Associate of Science Degree is intended to provide a basic foundation for a Bachelor of Science Degree program. Requirements Minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 Minimum 15 semester hours of credit earned at Macomb Minimum 62 semester hours of credit, which include: A minimum of 24 semester hours of credit in Arts and Sciences courses numbered 1000 or above as described in the Group Concentrations table; and A minimum of an additional 39 semester hours, including required core courses as well as any electives designated in the program (major). Associate of Science degree programs include Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics*, Molecular Biotechnology, Pre Engineering, and Pre Medical Studies Note: Also available for an Associate of Arts degree Arts and Sciences Courses Required for the Associate of Science (AS) Degree Courses are to be selected from each of the Arts and Sciences groups. Courses offered by other divisions of the College shall not be substituted for the required Arts and Sciences group requirement courses. It is recommended that the composition/communication course in Group I be started within the first fifteen (15) hours of the degree. Courses numbered below 1000 will not count toward the Associate of Science degree. See Academic Placement Procedures for information on course placement in chemistry, English, English for Academic Purposes, mathematics, and reading. Contact a counselor or academic advisor if you need help in choosing the appropriate course. It is important to note that the pre engineering and pre medical programs assume a strong preparation in English composition, mathematics, and science. Arts and Sciences Group Concentrations for Associate of Science Degree Requirements GROUP I. II. III. IV. ENGL 1210 or ENGL 1180, and ENGL 1220 or ENGL 1190 COURSES One course in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Geology, and One course in Mathematics (1460 or above) NOTE: MATH 1410 and MATH 1430 may substitute for MATH 1460 Two courses from any of the following: Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, INTL 2010, INTL 2500, INTL 2700, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, SOSC 1010 Art, Creative Writing, Foreign Language (1260 or above), Humanities, INTL 2000, INTL 2300, Literature (2000 and above), Music, or Philosophy MINIMUM/RANGE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS SEMESTER HOURS 6 8 Semester Hours 6 8 Semester Hours 6 8 Semester Hours 3 4 Semester Hours V. Any PHED Wellness course 2000 or above 2 3 Semester Hours 4

6 Course Descriptions BIOL 1000 General Biology credit hours (formerly BIO 100) An introductory lecture and laboratory course in basic biological principles aimed at an understanding of the life processes common to all living things. The major areas of emphasis include the chemical and cellular basis of life, reproduction, growth, development, heredity, evolution, and ecology. (7 contact hrs) BIOL 1010 General Biology credit hours Prerequisite: BIOL 1000 (formerly BIO 101) A lecture and laboratory course in principles of biological diversity: taxonomy and systematics, comparative physiology, evolution, and ecology of plants and animals. (7 contact hrs) BIOL 1310 Environmental Science 4.00 credit hours (formerly NATS-1310) This is a lecture/laboratory/field course that introduces the student to the principles of environmental science. Coverage includes basic ecological concepts, energy and material flow, growth and regulation of populations, community interactions, and the relationships of these topics to the role of humans in protecting and preserving world ecosystems. (5 contact hrs) BIOL 1400 Fundamentals of Nutrition 3.00 credit hours (formerly BIO 140) A study of the nature and role of human nutrition with emphasis on changing needs in life s cycle. The relationship between nutrition and health throughout life is explored. No lab. (3 contact hrs) BIOL 2400 General Microbiology 4.00 credit hours Prerequisite: BIOL 1000 (formerly BIO 240) An introduction to the study of bacteria and other microorganisms emphasizing the interrelationships of their anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry to their roles in the living environment. Designed to meet the requirements of the science major and preprofessional student. (6 contact hrs) BIOL 2540 Biotechnology 4.00 credit hours Prerequisite: BIOL 1000 with grade C or better (formerly BTC 254) This lecture and laboratory course studies the use of DNA, RNA and proteins to improve the quality of life. Designed for students interested in pursuing careers such as biotechnology, biochemistry, medicine, and pharmacy. (4 contact hrs) BIOL 2730 Pathogenic Microbiology 4.00 credit hours (formerly BIO 273) This lecture/laboratory course is designed for students in Health and Human Services programs. An introduction to the study of medically significant microorganisms from groups such as the viruses, bacteria, and fungi, emphasizing their relationships to mankind, especially pertaining to disease production. (6 contact hrs) Center Campus. CHEM 1050 Introduction to General Chemistry 4.00 credit hours Prerequisite: MATH 0070 proficiency (demonstrated by math placement score, completing MATH 0070 with grade C or better, being enrolled in a higher level math, or having higher level math on college transcript) (formerly CHM 105) This course is intended for those students who have never had or need a review of high school chemistry, and for some degree programs (Health and Human Services and other career preparation programs) requiring a course in chemistry basics. Topics introduced include: math and measurement, atomic structure, chemical bonding, naming and formulas, treatment of chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and acid base chemistry. The laboratory component complements lecture material while introducing students to a variety of experimental techniques. (7 contact hrs) 5

7 CHEM 1060 Introduction to Organic Chemistry & Biochemistry 4.00 credit hours Prerequisite: CHEM 1050 with grade C or better, or equivalent (formerly CHM 106) This course introduces basics of organic and biochemistry and meets the degree requirements for many health science fields. Organic chemistry topics include nomenclature, structure, and reactivity of hydrocarbons and functional groups. Biochemistry topics include structure, reactivity, and metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acid. The laboratory component complements and reinforces the topics covered in lecture. This course is strongly recommended as preparation for CHEM (7 contact hrs) CHEM 1170 General Chemistry credit hours Prerequisite: CHEM 1050 with grade C or better and MATH 1000 proficiency (demonstrated by math placement score, completing MATH 1000 with grade C or better, being enrolled in higher math, or having higher level math on transcript); or a passing score on the American Chemical Society Placement Test (formerly CHM 117) This course, intended for those seeking a degree in science or a pre professional program (e.g. engineering, pre medical, etc.), examines the areas of atomic and molecular structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, reactions and stoichiometry, thermodynamics, solutions, and gas laws. The laboratory component enhances the lecture topics and begins to develop the student s repertoire of laboratory skills. (7 contact hrs) CHEM 1180 General Chemistry credit hours Prerequisite: CHEM 1170 with grade C or better (formerly CHM 118) A continuation of CHEM 1170 with emphasis on kinetics, chemical equilibrium of gaseous and aqueous environments, acid base interactions, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and coordination compounds. The laboratory component develops more independent skills as students plan and implement a series of qualitative semimicro analyses of ions in addition to demonstrating lecture concepts. (8 contact hrs) CHEM 2260 Organic Chemistry credit hours Prerequisite: CHEM 1180 with grade C or better (formerly CHM 226) This course is intended for science majors or those in pre professional programs (e.g., pre medical, pre pharmacy, etc.). The structure, nomenclature, preparation, and reactivity of aliphatic and aromatic compounds are studied, including reaction mechanisms, stereochemistry, conformational analysis, and bonding theories. Carbocation chemistry is also studied. Functional groups and the principles of organic synthesis are introduced. (4 contact hrs) CHEM 2270 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2.00 credit hours Prerequisite: CHEM 2260 with grade C or better (formerly CHM 227) This laboratory class introduces students to important organic chemistry techniques used for the purification and characterization of organic compounds (e.g., crystallization, melting point, distillation, chromatography, etc.). Molecular spectroscopy (NMR, IR, etc.) is incorporated with an emphasis on structure determination. A variety of organic syntheses are carried out to give students a hands on experience with the range of reactions discussed in lecture. (7 contact hrs) CHEM 2280 Organic Chemistry credit hours Prerequisite: CHEM 2260 with grade C or better (formerly CHM 228) This course is a continuation of CHEM Electrophilic and nucleophilic aromatic reactions are explored. The chemistry of the functional groups (alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, acids, acid derivatives, ethers, amines, thiols, etc.) is studied with a continuing emphasis on mechanisms. Organic synthesis is also a major theme of this course, including the role of carbanions. (4 contact hrs) ENGL 0050 Preparatory Composition 3.00 credit hours Prerequisite: Placement (formerly ENG 005) Extensive work with punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure. Designed as preparatory for successful work in freshman composition courses. (3 contact hrs) ENGL 1180 Communications credit hours Prerequisite: Placement, or ENGL 0050 or EAPP 1500 with grade C or better (formerly ENG 118) No credit after ENGL The focus of this course is college level expository and argumentative writing. This course places extensive emphasis on organization and development of essays along with the study of grammar and mechanics. This course develops competence in English sentence elements and skill in organizing, proofreading, and revising essays. Students who have completed ENGL 1210 successfully should NOT take ENGL Students will NOT receive credit for both. (4 contact hrs) 6

8 ENGL 1210 Composition credit hours Prerequisite: Placement, or ENGL 0050 or EAPP 1500 with grade C or better (formerly ENG 121) No credit after ENGL The focus of this course is the writing of expository and argumentative essays. This course emphasizes logical development of ideas and refinement of personal style. Students who have completed ENGL 1180 successfully should NOT take ENGL Students will NOT receive credit for both. (3 contact hrs) ENGL 1220 Composition credit hours Prerequisite: ENGL 1180 or ENGL 1210 (formerly ENG 122) No credit after ENGL The focus of this course is the writing of critical essays based upon readings in literature, and the further development of writing skills learned in ENGL 1180 or ENGL The course places extensive emphasis upon research. Students who have completed ENGL 1190 successfully should NOT take ENGL Students will NOT receive credit for both. (3 contact hrs) MATH 0050 Fundamentals of Mathematics 3.00 credit hours (formerly MTH 005) MATH 0050 is a refresher course in the concepts and skills of arithmetic and includes integers, fractions, decimals, percent, measurement, and an introduction to algebra. (3 contact hrs) MATH 0070 Beginning Algebra 3.00 credit hours Prerequisite: Grade C or better in MATH 0050 or an equivalent college course, or an acceptable score on a (formerly MTH 007) This course in beginning algebra introduces sets of real numbers. It covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, factoring of polynomials, integral exponents, linear equations and inequalities in one variable, and linear equations and systems of linear equations in two variables. The course also covers roots and radicals, rational expressions, and equations. (3 contact hrs) MATH 1000 Intermediate Algebra 4.00 credit hours Prerequisite: Grade C or better in MATH 0070 or an equivalent college course, or an acceptable score on a placement exam or prerequisite exam (formerly MTH 100) (3 credit hours prior to Fall 1990) MATH 1000 is an additional course in algebra and includes linear equations and inequalities in one and two variables; systems of linear equations in two and three variables; expressions and equations containing quadratic, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic terms; rational and quadratic inequalities; complex numbers; graphs of lines, parabolas, and circles; and an introduction to functions and functional notation. A scientific calculator is required. (4 contact hrs) MATH 1410 College Algebra 4.00 credit hours Prerequisite: Grade C or better in MATH 1000 or an equivalent college course, or an acceptable score on a (formerly MATH 1420) No credit after MATH 1420, MATH 1450, or MATH MATH 1410 is one of two courses whose combined content parallels that of MATH 1460 and includes functions and their graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and special topics. Calculators are used throughout the course. (4 contact hrs) MATH 1430 College Trigonometry 3.00 credit hours Prerequisite: Grade C or better in MATH 1410 or an equivalent college course or an acceptable score on a (formerly MTH 143) No credit after MATH 1450 or MATH This course presents algebraic and geometric review of the essentials for trigonometry, triangle trigonometry, analytic trigonometry, trigonometric identities, trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions, vectors, polar coordinates, polar graphs, complex numbers in rectangular and polar form, and DeMoivre s theorem. Calculators are used throughout the course. (3 contact hrs) MATH 1460 Precalculus 4.00 credit hours Prerequisite: Grade B or better in MATH 1000,or an equivalent college course, or an acceptable score on a (formerly MATH 1450) No credit after MATH This course takes an analytical approach to the elementary mathematical functions and includes equations; inequalities; conic sections; relations; function properties and graphs; polynomials; rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions; trigonometric identities; and the theory of equations. Calculators are used throughout the course. (4 contact hrs) 7

9 MATH 1760 Analytic Geometry & Calculus credit hours Prerequisite: Grade C or better in MATH 1430 or MATH 1460, or equivalent college course, or an acceptable score on a (formerly MTH 176) MATH 1760 is part of the sequence of courses required for most engineering, science, and mathematics majors and includes limits; continuity; differentiation of algebraic and transcendental functions including trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential base e functions; mean value theorem; applications of the derivative to curve sketching; optimization; related rates; conics; differentials; anti differentiation of algebraic and trigonometric functions; the definite integral; the fundamental theorem of calculus; application of the definite integral to areas; and numerical integration. (4 contact hrs) MATH 1770 Analytic Geometry & Calculus credit hours Prerequisite: Grade C or better in MATH 1760, or an equivalent college course, or an acceptable score on a (formerly MTH 177) MATH 1770 is part of the sequence of courses required for most engineering, science, and mathematics majors and includes volumes of solids of revolution; differentiation and integration of trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential, and hyperbolic functions; integration techniques; L Hopital s Rule, indeterminate forms and improper integrals; sequences and series; Taylor series; Maclaurin series; and differentiation and integration of power series. (4 contact hrs) PHYS 1180 College Physics credit hours Prerequisite: MATH 1000 with grade C or better, or higher level math course, or math placement score (formerly PHYS 1160) The first of a two semester sequence of algebra based courses designed to present the fundamental principles of physics including mechanics and fluids. The student will also perform integrated experiments dealing with the physics of mechanics and fluids. (6 contact hrs) PHYS 1190 College Physics credit hours Prerequisite: PHYS 1180 with grade C or better (formerly PHYS 1170) The second of a two semester sequence of algebra based courses designed to present the fundamental principles of physics including thermodynamics, electricity, waves, and optics. The student will also perform integrated experiments dealing with the physics of thermodynamics, electricity, waves, and optics. (6 contact hrs) PHYS 2220 Analytical Physics credit hours Prerequisite: PHYS 1180 with grade C or better, or passing score on the Physics Area Placement Test and MATH 1760 with grade C or better (formerly PHYS 2190) The first in a two semester sequence of calculus based physics courses for physical science and engineering students covering calculus based mechanics, thermodynamics, vibrations, and wave motion. The student will also perform integrated experiments dealing with the physics of mechanics, thermodynamics, vibrations, and wave motion. (7 contact hrs) PHYS 2230 Analytical Physics credit hours Prerequisite: PHYS 2220 with grade C or better and MATH 1760 with grade C or better (formerly PHYS 2180) The second in a two semester sequence of calculus based physics courses for physical science and engineering students covering calculus based electromagnetism, electromagnetic waves, and physical and geometrical optics. The student will also perform integrated experiments dealing with the physics of electromagnetism, electromagnetic waves, and physical and geometrical optics. (7 contact hrs) PSYC 1010 Introductory Psychology 4.00 credit hours (formerly PSY 101) Nature, scope, and methods of psychology as behavioral science, emphasizing development, biological foundation of behavior, sensation, and perception, learning, emotion, motivation, and personality. (4 contact hrs) 8

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