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Premedicine Completion Program

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The Premedicine Completion Program is intended for students who have completed some, but not all of the core science prerequisites needed to apply to medical school. Students in this program may take their remaining core classes through SPS and receive the same student services as those in the premedicine post-baccalaureate program. This program is not intended as a records-enhancement program. Students who have already applied to medical school or completed all their pre-medical coursework should not apply.

Students must complete the program within 12 calendar months and be enrolled in at least two units of coursework per term to be eligible for financial aid. Due to the sequential nature of the coursework, students may only begin the program in the summer or fall quarters.

Students who plan to enroll in this program during the summer immediately following the completion of their undergraduate degree may not be eligible for financial aid during that summer, depending on previous aid awards for that academic year. Please contact the Chicago Office of Financial Aid for more information.

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About the Premedicine Completion Program

Premedicine Completion Program Required Courses

Course plans will vary based on each student’s previously completed coursework. Upon admission into the program, students should consult with their academic advisor to create a plan of study. In order to receive a letter of completion, students must complete their individual required courses as determined in the initial advising meeting, and must complete a minimum of 4 units with a 3.0 GPA.

Courses are selected from the following:

  • General Chemistry Sequence (CHEM 110, 131, 132 and 141, 142*)
  • Organic Chemistry Sequence (CHEM 210-A,B,C and 230-B,C*)
  • General Biology Sequence (BIOL SCI 215, 217, 219)
  • General Biology Labs (BIOL SCI 220, 221, 222)
  • Biochemistry (BIOL SCI 308)
  • Leder Ballerinas Ballerinas Ballerinas Ballerinas Leder Leder Leder General Physics Sequence (PHYSICS 130-A,B,C and 131-A,B,C)

* Note: due to chemistry department policy, students may not begin a chemistry course in the middle of a sequence. Students who need to complete a chemistry course must take the entire sequence at SPS.

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Transfer Credit Policy for Premedicine Completion Program

Transfer credit is not accepted into this program. However, the program’s flexibility allows students to enroll in only the courses that they need.

Premedicine Completion Program Tuition

Post-baccalaureate students at Northwestern's School of Professional Studies pay per course. For more information about financial obligations and tuition, please visit the Tuition page.

Admission for Premedicine Completion Program

In addition to completing an online application, you'll also need to submit a few supplemental materials. A list of requirements for admission including application deadlines and tips on how to apply can be found on the Admission page.

Premedicine Completion Program Registration Information

Whether you're a first-time registrant or current and returning student, all students register using our online student registration and records systems. Important information about registering for courses at SPS, including registration timelines and adding or dropping courses in which you are already enrolled, can be found on the Stiefeletten Elegant Boots Heels verschluss Plateau Damen Agodor Schuhe mit Rei Ankle chelriemen High Kn 0qf7wxgP page.

Premedicine Completion Program Sample Course Plans

View two Premedicine Completion Program Sample Course Plans here.

Find out more about the Premedicine Completion Program

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Program Courses: Course Detail
Genetics and Molecular Biology <> BIOL_SCI 215-CN

This course is the first of a four-course sequence that is completed by BIOL SCI 217 in the fall quarter, BIOL SCI 219 in the winter and BIOL SCI 308 in the spring. The genetics and molecular biology course covers the principles of inheritance; gene function; mechanisms by which DNA is replicated, transcribed into RNAs, and translated into proteins; and the basics of the process of natural selection.

Prerequisite: one year of general chemistry with laboratory (CHEM 101, 102, 103 or CHEM 110, 131, 132).


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Physiology <> BIOL_SCI 217-CN

This course is the second in a four-course sequence that is completed by BIOL SCI 219 in the winter and BIOL SCI 308 in the spring. The physiology course covers organization and functioning of the major organ systems in mammals.

A lab course, BIOL SCI 220 Genetic and Molecular Laboratory, may be taken concurrently with this course. 


View BIOL_SCI 217-CN Sections
Cell Biology <> BIOL_SCI 219-CN

This course is the third course in a four-course sequence that is completed by BIOL SCI 308 in the spring. The cell biology course covers mechanisms that cells use to compartmentalize and transport proteins, to move, to regulate growth and death, and to communicate with their environments. This course was formerly BIOL SCI 216. Students who have previously taken BIOL SCI 216 should not register for this course.

A lab course, BIOL SCI 221 Cellular Processes Laboratory, may be taken concurrently with this course. Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or 132.

 


View BIOL_SCI 219-CN Sections
Genetic Molecular Process Lab <> BIOL_SCI 220-CN

Laboratory techniques and experiments in fundamental aspects of transmission genetics and molecular biology. Credit for this course is 0.34 units.

Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or 132.


View BIOL_SCI 220-CN Sections
Cellular Processes Laboratory <> BIOL_SCI 221-CN

Laboratory techniques and experiments in fundamental aspects of cell biology. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or CHEM 132.


View BIOL_SCI 221-CN Sections
Investigative Lab <> BIOL_SCI 222-CN

The Investigative Laboratory is a hypothesis driven, discovery based laboratory class. During the quarter, students will be engaged in independent laboratory research projects where they will design and implement their own experiments centered around a central theme. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or CHEM 132.


View BIOL_SCI 222-CN Sections
Biochemistry <> BIOL_SCI 308-CN

This course is the conclusion of a four-course sequence, BIOL SCI 215, 217, and 219. The course covers basic concepts in biochemistry, emphasizing the structure and function of biological macromolecules, fundamental cellular biochemical processes, and the chemical logic in metabolic transformations. This course was formerly BIOL SCI 218. Students who have previously taken BIOL SCI 218 should not register for this course.
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A lab course, BIOL SCI 222 Investigative Laboratory, may be taken concurrently with this course. Prerequisites: BIOL SCI 217 or 219 and CHEM 210-A.


View BIOL_SCI 308-CN Sections
Quantitative Problem Solving in Chemistry <> CHEM 110-CN

Solution strategies for traditional word problems and their application to basic chemistry quantitative problems: dimensional analysis, chemical equations, stoichiometry, limiting reagents


View CHEM 110-CN Sections
General Chemistry 1 <> CHEM 131-CN

Quantum mechanics, electronic structure, periodic properties of the elements, chemical bonding, thermodynamics, intermolecular forces, properties of solids and liquids, special topics in modern chemistry. Must be taken concurrently with the Chem 141-CN laboratory course. Prerequisite: Chem 110-CN (C- or better).


View CHEM 131-CN Sections
General Chemistry 2 <> CHEM 132-CN

Solutions and colligative properties, chemical equilibrium, aqueous solution equilibria, chemical kinetics, metals in chemistry and biology, oxidation-reduction reactions and electrochemistry, special topics in modern chemistry. Must be taken concurrently with the Chem 142-CN laboratory course. Prerequisite: CHEM 131-CN and 141-CN (C- or better in both courses).


View CHEM 132-CN Sections
General Chemistry 1 Laboratory <> CHEM 141-CN

Chemical analysis of real samples using basic laboratory techniques including titration, colorimetric analysis, density measurements, and atomic spectroscopy. Planning, data collection, interpretation, and reporting on experiments. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Enrollment is concurrent with CHEM 131-CN. Prerequisite: CHEM 110 (C– or better).


View CHEM 141-CN Sections
General Chemistry 2 Laboratory <> CHEM 142-CN

General Chemistry Lab 2 is a laboratory course in which techniques applied to materials science and nanotechnology, acid-base chemistry, and chemical kinetics will be employed. Major objectives involve work involving planning, data collection, interpretation, and reporting on experiments. The course must be taken concurrently with CHEM 132.

Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 131 or equivalent course, or consent of instructor.


View CHEM 142-CN Sections
Organic Chemistry <> CHEM 210-A

This course is the first of a three-course sequence that is completed by CHEM 210-B in the winter quarter, and CHEM 210-C in the spring quarter. Basic concepts of organic chemistry will be presented, including hybridization, resonance, nomenclature, stereochemistry, and reaction mechanisms. The preparation and reactions of alkyl halides, alkenes, alkynes, and alcohols will also be covered. There will be some additional lectures on Saturday mornings, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., to be arranged once the quarter begins. Prerequisite: completion of General Chemistry Sequence (CHEM 110, 131, 132 and 141, 142) with a grade of C- or better, or equivalent transfer credit with qualifying score on the Chemistry Placement Exam.


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Organic Chemistry II <> CHEM 210-B

Chemistry 210-B is the second course in a three-term sequence in organic chemistry. It covers the chemistry of the major oxygen- and nitrogen-containing functional groups, as well as the chemistry of aromatic compounds. Mechanism is emphasized in the study of these materials. The course includes a laboratory component which includes an introduction to basic organic laboratory techniques, as well as the preparation, purification and characterization of organic substances. The Saturday laboratory (CHEM 230-B) is held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 210-A or equivalent course.


View CHEM 210-B Sections
Organic Chemistry III <> CHEM 210-C

This course builds upon the fundamentals developed in CHEM 210-A,-B. It covers chemistry of polyfunctional compounds of biological and medicinal interest, as well as modern organic synthesis, bioorganic chemistry, and recent developments in organic chemistry. The laboratory provides training in qualitative organic analysis and multistep synthesis. Includes a Saturday laboratory (CHEM 230-C) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 210-B or equivalent course.


View CHEM 210-C Sections
Organic Chemistry II Lab <> CHEM 230-B

This is the laboratory course associated with CHEM 210-B Organic Chemistry II. The lab provides instruction in experimental techniques of modern organic chemistry emphasizing chemical separations, spectroscopic characterization, and reactions of alkanes, alkenes, alkyl halides, alcohols, carbonyls, esters, and aromatic compounds. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Enrollment is concurrent with CHEM 210-B. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 210-A or equivalent course.


View CHEM 230-B Sections
Organic Chemistry III Lab <> CHEM 230-C

This is the laboratory course associated with CHEM 210-C Organic Chemistry III. The lab covers experimental techniques of modern organic chemistry emphasizing chemical separations, spectroscopic characterization, and reactions such as amide synthesis, Grignard reaction, aldol condensation, Robinson annulation, and Diels-Alder reaction. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Enrollment is concurrent with CHEM 210-C. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 210-B or equivalent course. 


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College Physics I <> PHYSICS 130-A

This is the first quarter of a three-quarter algebra-based physics course with lecture and laboratory. Physics is the most basic of the sciences, dealing with the behavior and structure of matter. Lectures and labs illustrate physical principles: mechanics, motion, momentum and energy, and fluids. Continues in winter and spring quarters as PHYSICS 130-B, C. Requires concurrent enrollment in the PHYSICS 131-A lab. Lab times are Tuesdays 8-9:50 pm; Wednesdays 9-10:50 am; Saturdays 12-1:50 pm; or Saturdays 2-3:50 pm. Labs will meet for the first time after the first lecture session. Prerequisite: college algebra or higher college math course.


View PHYSICS 130-A Sections
College Physics II <> PHYSICS 130-B

This course is the continuation of PHYSICS 130-A algebra-based physics with lecture and laboratory; the sequence concludes with PHYSICS 130-C in the spring quarter. Harnessing the forces of electrical power; how they have altered the way we live and perceive ourselves in the universe. Lecture demonstrations illustrate physical principles: electricity and magnetism, DC and AC circuits. Requires concurrent enrollment in the PHYSICS 131-B lab. Lab times are Tuesdays 8-9:50 pm; Wednesdays 9-10:50 am; Saturdays 12-1:50 pm; or Saturdays 2-3:50 pm. Labs will meet for the first time after the first lecture session. Prerequisite: PHYSICS 130-A or equivalent course.


View PHYSICS 130-B Sections
College Physics III <> PHYSICS 130-C

This course is the continuation of PHYSICS 130-A,B. Wave motion, optics, and introduction to the basic concepts of modern physics including quantum mechanics, relativity, and atomic physics. The course focuses on conceptual understanding of basic physical principles and their real-world applications. Demonstration experiments will be used to illustrate physical phenomena and concepts. Requires concurrent enrollment in the PHYSICS 131-C lab. Lab times are Tuesdays 8-9:50 pm; Wednesdays 9-10:50 am; Saturdays 12-1:50 pm; or Saturdays 2-3:50 pm. Labs will meet for the first time after the first lecture session. Prerequisite: PHYSICS 130-A, B or equivalent course.


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Physics Laboratory I <> PHYSICS 131-A

This is the laboratory course associated with PHYSICS 130-A and must be taken concurrently. Credit for this course is .34 units.

 


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Physics Lab II <> PHYSICS 131-B

This is the laboratory course associated with PHYSICS 130-B and must be taken concurrently. Credit for this course is .34 units.


View PHYSICS 131-B Sections
Physics Lab III PHYSICS 131-C

This is the laboratory course associated with PHYSICS 130-C and must be taken concurrently. Credit for this course is .34 units.


View PHYSICS 131-C Sections
Genetics and Molecular Biology <> BIOL_SCI 215-CN

This course is the first of a four-course sequence that is completed by BIOL SCI 217 in the fall quarter, BIOL SCI 219 in the winter and BIOL SCI 308 in the spring. The genetics and molecular biology course covers the principles of inheritance; gene function; mechanisms by which DNA is replicated, transcribed into RNAs, and translated into proteins; and the basics of the process of natural selection.

Prerequisite: one year of general chemistry with laboratory (CHEM 101, 102, 103 or CHEM 110, 131, 132).


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Physiology <> BIOL_SCI 217-CN

This course is the second in a four-course sequence that is completed by BIOL SCI 219 in the winter and BIOL SCI 308 in the spring. The physiology course covers organization and functioning of the major organ systems in mammals.

A lab course, BIOL SCI 220 Genetic and Molecular Laboratory, may be taken concurrently with this course. 


View BIOL_SCI 217-CN Sections
Cell Biology <> BIOL_SCI 219-CN

This course is the third course in a four-course sequence that is completed by BIOL SCI 308 in the spring. The cell biology course covers mechanisms that cells use to compartmentalize and transport proteins, to move, to regulate growth and death, and to communicate with their environments. This course was formerly BIOL SCI 216. Students who have previously taken BIOL SCI 216 should not register for this course.

A lab course, BIOL SCI 221 Cellular Processes Laboratory, may be taken concurrently with this course. Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or 132.

 


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Genetic Molecular Process Lab <> BIOL_SCI 220-CN

Laboratory techniques and experiments in fundamental aspects of transmission genetics and molecular biology. Credit for this course is 0.34 units.

Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or 132.


View BIOL_SCI 220-CN Sections
Cellular Processes Laboratory <> BIOL_SCI 221-CN

Laboratory techniques and experiments in fundamental aspects of cell biology. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or CHEM 132.


View BIOL_SCI 221-CN Sections
Investigative Lab <> BIOL_SCI 222-CN

The Investigative Laboratory is a hypothesis driven, discovery based laboratory class. During the quarter, students will be engaged in independent laboratory research projects where they will design and implement their own experiments centered around a central theme. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or CHEM 132.


View BIOL_SCI 222-CN Sections
Biochemistry <> BIOL_SCI 308-CN

This course is the conclusion of a four-course sequence, BIOL SCI 215, 217, and 219. The course covers basic concepts in biochemistry, emphasizing the structure and function of biological macromolecules, fundamental cellular biochemical processes, and the chemical logic in metabolic transformations. This course was formerly BIOL SCI 218. Students who have previously taken BIOL SCI 218 should not register for this course.


A lab course, BIOL SCI 222 Investigative Laboratory, may be taken concurrently with this course. Prerequisites: BIOL SCI 217 or 219 and CHEM 210-A.


View BIOL_SCI 308-CN Sections
Quantitative Problem Solving in Chemistry <> CHEM 110-CN

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View CHEM 110-CN Sections
General Chemistry 1 <> CHEM 131-CN

Quantum mechanics, electronic structure, periodic properties of the elements, chemical bonding, thermodynamics, intermolecular forces, properties of solids and liquids, special topics in modern chemistry. Must be taken concurrently with the Chem 141-CN laboratory course. Prerequisite: Chem 110-CN (C- or better).


View CHEM 131-CN Sections
General Chemistry 2 <> CHEM 132-CN

Solutions and colligative properties, chemical equilibrium, aqueous solution equilibria, chemical kinetics, metals in chemistry and biology, oxidation-reduction reactions and electrochemistry, special topics in modern chemistry. Must be taken concurrently with the Chem 142-CN laboratory course. Prerequisite: CHEM 131-CN and 141-CN (C- or better in both courses).


View CHEM 132-CN Sections
General Chemistry 1 Laboratory <> CHEM 141-CN

Chemical analysis of real samples using basic laboratory techniques including titration, colorimetric analysis, density measurements, and atomic spectroscopy. Planning, data collection, interpretation, and reporting on experiments. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Enrollment is concurrent with CHEM 131-CN. Prerequisite: CHEM 110 (C– or better).


View CHEM 141-CN Sections
General Chemistry 2 Laboratory <> CHEM 142-CN

General Chemistry Lab 2 is a laboratory course in which techniques applied to materials science and nanotechnology, acid-base chemistry, and chemical kinetics will be employed. Major objectives involve work involving planning, data collection, interpretation, and reporting on experiments. The course must be taken concurrently with CHEM 132.

Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 131 or equivalent course, or consent of instructor.


View CHEM 142-CN Sections
Organic Chemistry <> CHEM 210-A

This course is the first of a three-course sequence that is completed by CHEM 210-B in the winter quarter, and CHEM 210-C in the spring quarter. Basic concepts of organic chemistry will be presented, including hybridization, resonance, nomenclature, stereochemistry, and reaction mechanisms. The preparation and reactions of alkyl halides, alkenes, alkynes, and alcohols will also be covered. There will be some additional lectures on Saturday mornings, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., to be arranged once the quarter begins. Prerequisite: completion of General Chemistry Sequence (CHEM 110, 131, 132 and 141, 142) with a grade of C- or better, or equivalent transfer credit with qualifying score on the Chemistry Placement Exam.


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Organic Chemistry II <> CHEM 210-B

Chemistry 210-B is the second course in a three-term sequence in organic chemistry. It covers the chemistry of the major oxygen- and nitrogen-containing functional groups, as well as the chemistry of aromatic compounds. Mechanism is emphasized in the study of these materials. The course includes a laboratory component which includes an introduction to basic organic laboratory techniques, as well as the preparation, purification and characterization of organic substances. The Saturday laboratory (CHEM 230-B) is held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 210-A or equivalent course.


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Organic Chemistry III <> CHEM 210-C

This course builds upon the fundamentals developed in CHEM 210-A,-B. It covers chemistry of polyfunctional compounds of biological and medicinal interest, as well as modern organic synthesis, bioorganic chemistry, and recent developments in organic chemistry. The laboratory provides training in qualitative organic analysis and multistep synthesis. Includes a Saturday laboratory (CHEM 230-C) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 210-B or equivalent course.


View CHEM 210-C Sections
Organic Chemistry II Lab <> CHEM 230-B

This is the laboratory course associated with CHEM 210-B Organic Chemistry II. The lab provides instruction in experimental techniques of modern organic chemistry emphasizing chemical separations, spectroscopic characterization, and reactions of alkanes, alkenes, alkyl halides, alcohols, carbonyls, esters, and aromatic compounds. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Enrollment is concurrent with CHEM 210-B. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 210-A or equivalent course.


View CHEM 230-B Sections
Organic Chemistry III Lab <> CHEM 230-C

This is the laboratory course associated with CHEM 210-C Organic Chemistry III. The lab covers experimental techniques of modern organic chemistry emphasizing chemical separations, spectroscopic characterization, and reactions such as amide synthesis, Grignard reaction, aldol condensation, Robinson annulation, and Diels-Alder reaction. Credit for this course is 0.34 units. Enrollment is concurrent with CHEM 210-C. Prerequisite: grade of C- or higher in CHEM 210-B or equivalent course. 


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College Physics I <> PHYSICS 130-A

This is the first quarter of a three-quarter algebra-based physics course with lecture and laboratory. Physics is the most basic of the sciences, dealing with the behavior and structure of matter. Lectures and labs illustrate physical principles: mechanics, motion, momentum and energy, and fluids. Continues in winter and spring quarters as PHYSICS 130-B, C. Requires concurrent enrollment in the PHYSICS 131-A lab. Lab times are Tuesdays 8-9:50 pm; Wednesdays 9-10:50 am; Saturdays 12-1:50 pm; or Saturdays 2-3:50 pm. Labs will meet for the first time after the first lecture session. Prerequisite: college algebra or higher college math course.


View PHYSICS 130-A Sections
College Physics II <> PHYSICS 130-B

This course is the continuation of PHYSICS 130-A algebra-based physics with lecture and laboratory; the sequence concludes with PHYSICS 130-C in the spring quarter. Harnessing the forces of electrical power; how they have altered the way we live and perceive ourselves in the universe. Lecture demonstrations illustrate physical principles: electricity and magnetism, DC and AC circuits. Requires concurrent enrollment in the PHYSICS 131-B lab. Lab times are Tuesdays 8-9:50 pm; Wednesdays 9-10:50 am; Saturdays 12-1:50 pm; or Saturdays 2-3:50 pm. Labs will meet for the first time after the first lecture session. Prerequisite: PHYSICS 130-A or equivalent course.


View PHYSICS 130-B Sections
College Physics III <> PHYSICS 130-C

This course is the continuation of PHYSICS 130-A,B. Wave motion, optics, and introduction to the basic concepts of modern physics including quantum mechanics, relativity, and atomic physics. The course focuses on conceptual understanding of basic physical principles and their real-world applications. Demonstration experiments will be used to illustrate physical phenomena and concepts. Requires concurrent enrollment in the PHYSICS 131-C lab. Lab times are Tuesdays 8-9:50 pm; Wednesdays 9-10:50 am; Saturdays 12-1:50 pm; or Saturdays 2-3:50 pm. Labs will meet for the first time after the first lecture session. Prerequisite: PHYSICS 130-A, B or equivalent course.


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This is the laboratory course associated with PHYSICS 130-A and must be taken concurrently. Credit for this course is .34 units.

 


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Physics Lab II <> PHYSICS 131-B

This is the laboratory course associated with PHYSICS 130-B and must be taken concurrently. Credit for this course is .34 units.


View PHYSICS 131-B Sections
Physics Lab III PHYSICS 131-C

This is the laboratory course associated with PHYSICS 130-C and must be taken concurrently. Credit for this course is .34 units.


View PHYSICS 131-C Sections
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