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Technical Requirements: Chemistry

What is required?

At least one semester of chemistry (possibly two, depending on your major).

Technical Requirements: Calculus

What is required?

Completion of Calculus IV (MATH V1202) is required for almost all SEAS majors.

Technical Requirements: Computer Science

What is required?

Generally, one semester of computer science.  (Note that chemical engineering majors do not have a computer science requirement.)

Technical Requirements: Lab

What is required?

One semester of chemistry and/or physics laboratory work; selection will depend upon major.

The Core Curriculum - Physical Education

Columbia’s Core curriculum includes a Physical Education component to emphasize the importance of intellectual and physical balance.

The Core Curriculum - Masterpieces of Western Music

Through analysis and discussion, Music Humanities introduces students to representative musical works from

Mission

Academic Success Programs (ASP) is an organization that aims to provide a network of comprehensive programs and services that assists students

Admission Tests

The MCAT

About the MCAT

According to the American Association of Medical Colleges the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) "is a standardized, multiple-choice examination designed

How to Prepare

Academic

Law schools are primarily interested in an applicant's academic preparation and performance.

CUSP Experiential Education Program

The CUSP Experiential Education Program (CEEP) is a series of research assistantship and civic engagement projects that Scholars are encouraged to take advantage of through different structures

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