Pre-Medicine The pre-medicine program prepares one to apply for entry into medical school or a school of osteopathic medicine. Each student will choose a major at Roberts. A student should choose a major based on what one would want to do if he or she did not gain admission to medical school or a school of osteopathic medicine. Students often choose a science major since a number of science courses are required in the pre-med program. Courses include: General Chemistry Organic Chemistry Physics General Biology Semester of Calculus Graduates successfully enter medical schools around the country. Students applying to one of Roberts Graduate and Post Graduate Partner Medical School Programs may secure a seat at their chosen medical school as early as their senior year in high school and save on the costs of applying to a professional medical school. Accepted students may also be able to reduce time to graduation and tuition costs. Dr. David Roll serves as the pre-professional health advisor and the college is a member of the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions.