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Health Science and Math Courses Offered Fully Online
Start anytime with open enrollment
The UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine’s post-baccalaureate sequence is for students who wish to enter a health professions program but lack the necessary prerequisite courses. Most students will be in the workforce and changing careers. They may find it difficult to attend a traditional college or university for various reasons: some are in the military, some hold jobs with inflexible work hours, and some live in rural areas.
Students may enroll in the post-baccalaureate courses at any time and from anywhere in the world. The courses are self-paced and designed to be completed in 16 weeks.
Online courses that are available include:
- Anatomy ANAT 1005
- Medical Biochemistry CHEM 1005
- Medical Biology I with laboratory BIOL 1010
- Medical Biology II with laboratory BIOL 1011
- Medical General Chemistry I with laboratory CHEM 1010, CHEM 1010L
- Medical General Chemistry II with laboratory CHEM 1011, CHEM 1011L
- Medical Physiology PHSL 1010
- Medical Terminology MEDT 1000
- Microbiology for Health Professions with laboratory BIOL 1020, BIOL 1020L
- Organic Chemistry I with laboratory CHEM 1020, CHEM 1020L
- Organic Chemistry II with laboratory CHEM 1021, CHEM 1021L
- Pathophysiology BIOL 1030
- Physics for the Health Professions I PHYS 1010
- Statistics for the Health Professions MATH 1005
Students may enter the sequence as long as they meet the prerequisites for the individual courses. While you may enroll into our courses at any time, all courses will start on the first and third week of the month. Course registrations for sessions which start on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month will close at 4pm on the Friday before the start date for that session. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for the specific dates and your specific course syllabus for our withdraw and extension policies.
Take as many prerequisites as you require
Students may take as many courses as needed in order to meet the prerequisite requirements for the health professions program to which they are applying. Many health professions programs accept these courses but we encourage you to check with the schools to which you are planning to apply to verify that the courses are acceptable before you register.