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Community College Transfer Students
Course Requirements for MARC Program

The MARC Program recruits community college transfer students who major in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Psychology and Computer Science. Pre-med majors should not apply to the MARC Program.

To better prepare college transfer students for eligibility for the Program, students are encouraged to fulfill the following course requirements:

Biology Majors

  • (4) BSC 2010 Principles of Biology 1 (including lab)
  • (4) BSC 2011 Principles of Biology 2 (including lab)
  • (5) CHM 1050 General Chemistry/Qualitative Analysis (including lab)
  • (5) CHM 2210 Organic Chemistry (including lab)
  • (5) CHM 2211 Organic Chemistry (including lab)
  • (4) PHY 2053 Physics (including lab)
  • (4) PHY 2054 Physics (including lab)
  • (3) BOT 1010 Botany (including lab)
  • (3) ZOO 1010 Zoology (including lab)
  • (5) MAC 2311 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I

Chemistry Majors

  • (5) CHM 1050 General Chemistry/Qualitative Analysis (including lab)
  • (5) CHM 1051 General Chemistry/Qualitative Analysis (including lab)

- Or -

  • (6) PHY 2048 Physics (including lab)
  • (6) PHY 2049 Physics (including lab)
  • (5) MAC 2311 Calculus & Analytical Geometry 1
  • (5) MAC 2312 Calculus & analytical Geometry 2 *
  • (5) CHM 2120 Qualitative Analysis (including lab) *

Mathematics & Computer Science Majors

  • (5) MAC 2311 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 1
  • (5) MAC 2312 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 2
  • (5) MAC 2313 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3
  • (3) MAD 2104 Discrete Mathematics
  • (4) PHY 2053 Physics (including lab)
  • (4) PHY 2054 Physics (including lab)
  • (6) PHY 2048 Physics (including lab)
  • (6) PHY 2049 Physics (including lab)

Psychology Majors

  • (3) PSY 2012 Introduction to Psychology
  • (3) SOP 2002 Social Psychology
  • (1-3) SOP 2772 Human Sexuality

- Either -

  • (3) STA 2014 Statistical Methods

- Or -

  • (3) STA 2122 Statistical Methods for Behavioral and Social Sciences

( ) = Credits
* = Recommended

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