The curriculum for admission to medical school includes 8 hours of inorganic chemistry, 8 hours of organic chemistry, 8 hours of biology, 8 hours of physics, 6 hours of English, and 6 hours of mathematics.
Most pre-med students at MSU major in one of the follow degree programs: Biochemistry, Biological Science, Biological Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, or some other degree. Courses taken in any of these degree programs will prepare you for medical school and all have advisors that are knowledgeable about what it takes to get into medical school and will be happy to help guide you.
Major Advisers:Mary Celeste Reese; Office: 231 Etheredge Hall; Phone: 662-325-3120
Scott T. Willard; Office: 402 Dorman Hall; Phone: 662-325-2640
Deb Mlsna, Chemistry, Office: 1115 Hand Lab; Phone: 662-325-3584
Steve Elder; Office: 214 Ag & Bio Engineering Building; Phone: 662-325-9107
Torsten Clay, Physics, Office: 233 Hilbun Hall, Phone: 662-325-0628