Most schools of medicine, dentistry, and nursing prefer four years of undergraduate preparation leading to a bachelor’s degree. They do not specify that the student shall have majored in one of the natural sciences, and they welcome students with strong interests in the humanities and social studies. Students must, however, demonstrate competence in English, mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics; and their undergraduate programs must include courses specifically listed by the professional schools as requirements for admission.
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