Feb 06, 2023  
2009 Summer Sessions Bulletin 
    
2009 Summer Sessions Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Professional Studies


Premedical/Prehealth Studies Program

The Premedical/Prehealth Studies Program at Hofstra prepares students for graduate-level work in health profession schools, including medicine, 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 contact Prehealth Adviser Ellen C. Miller at (516) 463-6770. Hofstra offers the following courses during the summer sessions:
 

DEPARTMENT   COURSES
Biology BIO 11 - (NS) Introductory Cell Biology and Genetics 
  BIO 12 - (NS) Animal Form and Function 
  BIO 103 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I 
  BIO 105 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II 
   
Chemistry CHEM 3A - (NS) General and Inorganic Chemistry  or
CHEM 4A - (NS) General and Inorganic Chemistry 
  CHEM 3B - (NS) General and Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory  or
CHEM 4B - (NS) General and Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory 
  CHEM 131A - Elements of Organic Chemistry  or
CHEM 132A - Elements of Organic Chemistry 
  CHEM 131B - Organic Chemistry Laboratory  or
CHEM 132B - Organic Chemistry Laboratory 
   
Physics PHYS 1A - (NS) Elementary Physics  or
PHYS 2A - (NS) Elementary Physics 
  PHYS 1B - (NS) Elementary Physics Laboratory  or
PHYS 2B - (NS) Elementary Physics Laboratory 
  PHYS 11A - (NS) General Physics  or
PHYS 12A - (NS) General Physics 
  PHYS 11B - (NS) General Physics Laboratory   or
PHYS 12B - (NS) General Physics Laboratory 

 

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; Speech Communication, Rhetoric and Performance Studies.