Jun 13, 2024  
2024 Summer Sessions Bulletin 
2024 Summer Sessions Bulletin

Pre-professional Studies

Premedical/Prehealth Studies Program

The Premedical/Prehealth Studies Program at Hofstra prepares students for graduate-level and doctoral-level work in health professions programs, including occupational therapy, audiology, physical therapy, medicine, nursing, physician assistant studies, dentistry, osteopathy, podiatry, veterinary medicine, and optometry. Generally, health profession schools seek students with a broad educational background, a strong foundation in the natural sciences, highly developed communication skills, and a solid background in the social sciences and humanities For more information, call Dr. Ellen C. Miller at 516-463-6770 or email Ellen.C.Miller@hofstra.edu.

Hofstra offers the following courses during the summer sessions:

Biology BIOL 112 - (NS) General Biology I
  BIOL 113 - (NS) General Biology II
Biochemistry BCHM 162 Foundations of Biochemistry
Chemistry CHEM 003A - (NS) General Chemistry I
CHEM 003B - Laboratory I
  CHEM 004A - (NS) General Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 004B - Laboratory II
  CHEM 131 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 132 Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 137 Foundations of Organic Chemistry Lab
Physics PHYS 001A - (NS) Elementary Physics 
PHYS 002A - (NS) Elementary Physics 
  PHYS 001B - (NS) Elementary Physics Laboratory 
PHYS 002B - (NS) Elementary Physics Laboratory 

PHYS 011A - (NS) General Physics
PHYS 012A - (NS) General Physics 


PHYS 011B - (NS) General Physics Laboratory
PHYS 012B - (NS) General Physics Laboratory 


MATH 050: (MA) Precalculus


MATH 071-(MA) Analytic Calculus and Geometry

Prelaw Program

The Prelaw Program at Hofstra is designed to provide students with the background and training needed for admission to law school. Students considering the legal profession as a career may be interested in these courses available over the summer in the following departments: Accounting, Economics, English, History, Legal Studies in Business, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Rhetoric.

  • PHI 014 - (HP) Ethics
  • PSC 001 - (BH) American Politics