Sample Schedule

Sample Schedule


The accelerated, three-year program at Missouri Southern is designed to create a seamless transition into medical school by offering a rigorous course of study designed to mirror what they will find there.

The sample class schedule below offers a look at the challenging coursework students will find.

FALL

TOTAL: 17 HRS.
BIO 108/109 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY (1ST BLOCK) 4
BIO 111 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY (2ND BLOCK) 4
MATH 140 COLLEGE ALGEBRA & TRIGONOMETRY 5
ENG 101 COMPOSITION I 3
BIO 100 1
 

SPRING

TOTAL: 17 HRS.
CHEM 140/141 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (1ST BLOCK) 4
CHEM 142 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (2ND BLOCK) 5
COMM 100 COMMUNICATION 3
ENG 102 COMPOSITION II 3
KINE 103 LIFETIME WELLNESS 2

SUMMER

TOTAL: 9 HRS.
PSC 120 GOVERNMENT: U.S., STATE AND LOCAL 3
PSY 100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3
FINE ARTS (ART OF OBSERVATION) 3

TOTAL HOURS: 43

FALL

TOTAL: 17-18 HRS.
BIO 210 MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY   4
BIO 201 HUMAN ANATOMY
-OR-
BIO 331 COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY.   4-5
PHYS 160 ELEMENTARY COLLEGE PHYSICS I   5
CHEM 301 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY   5

SPRING

TOTAL: 17 HRS.
BIO 301 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY   4
CHEM 302 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II   5
PHYS 162 ELEMENTARY COLLEGE PHYSICS II   4
BIO 433 HISTOLOGY   4
 
 

SUMMER

TOTAL: 6 HRS.
SOC 110 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY    3
INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 3

TOTAL HOURS: 41 – 42 HOURS

FALL

TOTAL: 19 HRS.
BIO 231 GENERAL & MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY 5
BIO 402 GENERAL ECOLOGY 4
BIO 308 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 4
ENG 250 INTRO TO LITERATURE 3
CHEM 350 BIOCHEMISTRY 3
 
 

SPRING

TOTAL: 17 HRS.
STATISTICS (MATH 310 OR BIO 390) 3
BIO 305 GENETICS 4
BIO 456 IMMUNOLOGY 4
MODERN LANGUAGE (1ST BLOCK) 3
MODERN LANGUAGE (2ND BLOCK) 3

TOTAL HOURS: 36

It may be possible for students to enroll in additional elective classes. Appropriate electives could include, but are not limited to: Advanced Cell Biology, Histology, Parasitology, Virology, Epidemiology, Disease Vector Control, Pathogenic Bacteriology, Medicinal Chemistry, Metabolic Biochemistry, Biochemical Techniques, Medical Sociology, Biomedical Ethics, Human Sexuality, Health Communications, internship, and independent research.