Sample Schedule #2

BA in Biochemistry, BS in Economics (concentration in Healthcare Management), and Pre-Med*

Science
Business
LSM Courses
General Education Courses

Freshman

Fall Semester: 

Life Sciences & Management Seminar (LSMP 121)

Principles of Physics I (PHYS 150)

Calculus II (MATH 114)

Micro/Macroeconomics (ECON 010)

Management 100 (MGMT 100)

Spring Semester: 

Principles of Physics II (PHYS 151)

General Chemistry I (CHEM 101)

Managerial Economics (BEPP 250)

Introduction to Operations, Information & Decisions (OIDD 101)

Introduction to Business Statistics I (STAT 101)

Sophomore

Fall Semester: 

Writing Seminar: The Teenage Brain (WRIT 030)

Principles of Biological Chemistry (CHEM 251)

Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 241)

Principles of Accounting I (ACCT 101)

Corporate Finance (FNCE 100)

Introduction to Business Statistics II (STAT 102)

Spring Semester: 

World Music & Cultures (MUSC 050)

Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 242 or 243)

Organic Chemistry Lab (CHEM 245)

Managerial Accounting (ACCT 102)

Monetary Economics (FNCE 101)

Introduction to Management (MGMT 101)

Summer Internship

Junior

Fall Semester: 

Physical Chemistry I (CHEM 221)

Biological Chemistry I (CHEM 451)

Health Care Systems (HCMG 101)

Corporate Responsibility & Ethics (LGST 210)

Negotiations (OPIM 291)

Literature and Law (ENGL 066)

Spring Semester: 

Physical Chemistry II (CHEM 222)

Biological Chemistry II (CHEM 452)

Clinical Issues in Health Care Mgmt. (HCMG 203)

Pharmaceutical, Biotech, and Medical Device Industries (HCMG 215)

Entrepreneurial Management (MGMT 264)

Summer Internship

Senior

Fall Semester: 

LSM Capstone (LSMP 421)

Independent Study (BCHE 404)

Molecular Biology of Life with lab (BIOL 121 & 123)

Writing Systems (LING 115)

Asian American Literature (ASAM 002)

 

Spring Semester: 

LSM Capstone (LSMP 421)

Independent Study (BCHE 404)

Molecular Biology & Genetics, lab (BIOL 221 & 124)

Health Insurance and Health Care Strategy (HCMG 216)

Introduction to Marketing (MKTG 101)

*Assumes AP credit for Calculus I (MATH 104), and Penn's foreign language requirement, as well as Penn placement test credit for CHEM 102.