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The joint program in medicine is designed to encourage highly qualified students to receive a B.S. from Old Dominion University and an M.D. from Eastern Virginia Medical School. Students apply after completion of their freshman year at Old Dominion University. Upon successful completion of requirements and graduation from Old Dominion University, a student accepted in the ODU/EVMS Joint Program in Medicine will be guaranteed admission to Eastern Virginia Medical School.
Accepted students will be guaranteed admission to Eastern Virginia Medical School
This is the first of a two-course series, designed for science and engineering majors, that prepares the student for subsequent studies in molecular science and constitutes the foundation for all upper-level chemistry courses. Topics include the descriptive chemistry of selected elements, modern atomic and molecular structure, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, and gas laws. A student receiving credit for CHEM 121N cannot receive additional credit for CHEM 103 or CHEM 105N or CHEM 137N. CHEM 121N CHEM 122N satisfy 4 credits of the University's Nature of Science general education requirement. Prerequisites: MATH 102M or MATH 103M or higher with a grade of C or better and a qualifying score on the Chemistry Placement Exam or successful completion of the Chemistry Placement online modules or CHEM 103 or CHEM 105N with a grade of C or better. Pre- or corequisites: CHEM 122N.
CHEM 121N IS A PRE- OR CO-REQUISITE
This course is part of the IncludED All Access program; you should not purchase any course materials denoted by the IncludED logo as they are part of your course registration. In the event you drop this course from your schedule on or prior to the last day of DROP/ADD period, your account will be fully refunded automatically if you received a digital textbook. If you received a physical textbook you will need to return the textbook to the store and your account will be refunded at that time.
Students entering the BS+MD program in this program should meet the minimum university admission requirements (Undergraduate Admission)
Students apply for the program at the beginning of their sophomore year at ODU. A joint committee of ODU/EVMS faculty reviews and selects applicants for this program with approval by the Committee on Admissions at EVMS. EVMS accepts only U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents in their medical program.
Criteria includes a combined Math and Verbal Scholastic Aptitude Test minimum score of 1250 (ACT 28) and an overall and science GPA from ODU of at least 3.40 at the time of application. Students who do not meet these minimum requirements will not be considered for the program.
It is recommended that students complete one year of general chemistry and the first semester of organic chemistry by the end of the first semester of their sophomore year.
Students selected for the joint program are required to take the MCAT and attain a minimum combined score at or above 503 (61st percentile) for admission to EVMS.
Sophomores at ODU will apply through the Pre-health Advisory Committee, room 236 in the Mills Godwin building. Applications will be received and reviewed by that committee. Based upon academic records, including SAT scores, and non-academic factors such as volunteerism, leadership, and health care exposure, students will be nominated for the program.
Estimated rates for the 2021-22 academic year. Rates are subject to change. Anyone that is not a current Virginia resident will be charged non-resident rates. That includes international students.
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