Take a look at our newly renovated biology and chemistry labs, including a four-bed human gross anatomy laboratory. Then, picture yourself studying premed at Cedarville.
Hear what recent graduates are saying about their experience as a premedical student at Cedarville.
The DNA of Medical Effectiveness
2018 Pharm.D. graduate researching how genes affect a person’s response to certain drugs.
The Cedarville Advantage
Read a recent article that highlights not only the success of Cedarville graduates in being admitted to medical school, but also explains the advantages they enjoy compared to their med school peers — working on cadavers in undergraduate courses, serving on medical teams for real-world experience, and engaging personally with their premed faculty.
Healthcare Workers' Conscience Rights Focus of Conference
Princeton University political philosopher Dr. Robert George will keynote the opening session June 6.
Project Addresses Women's Health Dangers
Rebekah Jershina's project has been honored by the Columbus (OH) chapter of the Industrial Designers Society of America.
Residency Rate Higher Than National Average
Pharmacy students matched to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital and The Cleveland Clinic.
Teaching Stop the Bleed Lessons is Goal of Pharmacy Missions Trip
Dr. Jeff Huston, associate professor of pharmacy practice, will lead the trip May 7-17 to Honduras.
Premedical Program Curriculum
Building on the liberal arts and Bible minor courses, premed students take at set of core courses that will meet medical school requirements and help prepare them for the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test). This core includes two semesters of biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, math, and anatomy and physiology and one semester of biochemistry, psychology, and sociology. Additionally, premed students majoring in a biology, molecular biology, or chemistry take several upper-level science courses.
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