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Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Health Professions Core Requirements

Academic Requirements: Applicants will be expected to ‘demonstrate aptitude in biological and physical sciences during the undergraduate years, but not to the exclusion of the humanities and social sciences.’ Students aspiring to careers in health professions are not required to major in science. The following list of courses is currently recommended; however, professional school admissions requirements are based on student’s ability to demonstrate competency in a variety of ways.

Recommended Coursework for all Allied Health Professions, including pre-medical, pre-veterinary, pre-dental, pre-nursing, etc.

It might be helpful to use the worksheet provided by CTLR to plan your courses and distribution credits.

Courses to Take by End of Sophomore Year:

BIOL 0140 Ecology and Evolution      
BIOL 0145 Cell Biology and Genetics      
         
CHEM 0103 General Chemistry I -OR- CHEM 0107 Advanced General Chemistry
CHEM 0104 General Chemistry II
         
*MATH 0121 Calculus I      
         
PSYC 0105 Introduction to Psychology      

Additional Courses:

CHEM 0203 Organic Chemistry I: Structure and Reactivity
CHEM 0322 Biochemistry of Macromolecules
   
PHYS 0109 Newtonian Physics
*PHYS 0110

Electricity & Magnetism (requires Calc II)

   
Statistics (any department)

Recommended Options for Supplemental Coursework:

 

CHEM 0204

Organic Chemistry II: Synthesis and Spectroscopy

(required for some science majors, as well as some veterinary & dental schools)

   
*MAT 0122 Calculus II (required for current PHYS 0110 course & some professional schools)

Advanced Biology courses such as:

BIOL 0280 Immunology
BIOL 0310 Microbiology
BIOL 0370 Animal Physiology

Social Science courses in content areas such as: Sociology, Ethics, and Global Health

*Most medical schools require at least 1 year of college math (usually Calculus & Statistics).

*Middlebury is working to develop a 2nd semester Physics course for non-Physics majors that would not require Calc II. We anticipate that this course will be available beginning spring 2016.

Notes:

  • Many programs require one year of English. The College Writing Requirement will fulfill this prerequisite for most schools.
  • Language Study is optional, but encouraged.
  • Advanced Placement credits are often accepted in fulfillment of pre-health requirements, but this is not the policy of every health professions school.
  • We recommend taking the DAT as soon after your BIOL/CHEM sequence as you feel prepared. (The DAT exam does not include Physics content.)

Students should consider taking the MCAT or GRE exam in the spring before applying to professional schools.

**Because requirements vary from school to school, potential applicants are advised to review admissions requirements of various schools early in their undergraduate careers. The following references should be consulted:

Title:

available at:

Medical School Admission Requirements (MSAR) https://www.aamc.org/services/
Admission Requirements of U.S. and Canadian Dental Schools http://www.adea.org/
Veterinary Medical School Admissions Requirements (VMSAR) http://www.aavmc.org
American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine http://www.aacom.org
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Information for Current students/Independent Projects & Senior Work

<p>Cyrus Chestnut came for a week to give Masterclasses to Jazz students in MU 241.</p>

Jazz pianist Cyrus Chestnut came for a week to give Masterclasses to Jazz students in MU 241 - April, 2012

MUSIC RESEARCH LINKS:
1) Middlebury College Library Music Resources
2: Center for Research Libraries

Music Competitions

Music Independent Work and Senior Work

 

Music Theory Placement Exam

 

It is possible for students to test into Music I (Music 209) and Music Theory II (Music 260) by taking a placement exam rather than taking Theory I (Music 160). The placement exam is available at the following times:

 

Incoming students: Take the placement exam during the scheduled time before classes begin. No other time is available for placement exams for new students.

 

Current students: November 1, April 1 deadline for requesting placement exam for the next semester classes. Send an e-mail indicating your interest in taking the placement exam to Music Department Chair Peter Hamlin (phamlin@middlebury.edu). A time will then be arranged to administer the placement exam, before registration if possible.