Course Summary

Course Description

Medical schools vary widely in what is required of their students. Most encourage students to explore a wide range of courses outside the sciences and strive for a balanced and liberal education rather than specialized training. In fact, a Harvard Medical School study has shown that students are successful in their medical studies regardless of their undergraduate concentration, as long as they demonstrate an aptitude in the biological and physical sciences.

Psychology majors constitute the second-largest major of students in medical school and those interested in health-related professions. This background of study holds particular value for those pre-med students who are interested in psychiatry, pediatrics, or behavioral medicine.

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