Entry-Level Master's Prerequisite Courses
The following courses may be completed at any community college, four year college or university at either the graduate or undergraduate level. All of the prerequisite courses must be completed with a "B" or better. At least 4 of the 8 courses must be complete in order to apply to our program.
|Human Anatomy with a Lab*
Needs to have a human cadaver associated with the course. If your human anatomy course did not have a lab or a lab with a human cadaver associated with it, consider locating a lab in your area and taking just the 1-unit lab. If you are having difficulty finding a Human Anatomy Lab that has a Human Cadaver Associated with the course consider asking the Human Antomy Professors in your area for suggestions as to how you might gain the 6+ hours of human cadaver experience/observation. Stanford University offers a 6-hour cadaver tutorial that is open to you. You can contact their department here: http://anatomy.stanford.edu/
|Human Physiology with a Lab
If human anatomy and physiology are offered in a combined course, they must go over a two semester period with each semester having a lab.
Most of our incoming class takes this course online in the Summer before the program begins in August. That way the students know whether or not they've been accepted into the program before taking the course. Registration for the Summer online course begins in May of each year. Please contact Professor Michael Sneary at (408) 924-4854. Refer to the Biology Department's webpage.
|Sociology or Cultural Anthropology (General)||3||4|
A general statistics course that covers correlations and analysis of variance (ANOVA)
|A Skills Course
May be taken through adult education. The purpose of the course is to have students work with an artistic medium. Acceptable courses include: Ceramics, painting, drawing, sculpting, weaving, or wood working. Previous work may be accepted as fulfilling this requirement, at the discretion of the graduate coordinator.
|The courses with this symbol (*) next to the title must be completed within 7 years prior to enrollment. All other courses do not have a time requirement.|