I'm trying to structure an undergraduate curriculum that pays heed to USC's admission requirements, but their website info is a bit general, and I was wondering if anyone could help elaborate...
At their school website, USC states: "...Satisfactory completion of the following college level classes; statistics, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, biology, anatomy, physiology, physics and English."
I'll have anatomy, physio, microbiology, English, and statistics under my belt (as is the usual curriculum), but I was wondering, how much of inorganic, organic, and biochem do I need? A semester of each...a year of o-chem...etc? Also, For physics, will an introductory course suffice, or does it have to be with a lab component? Any clarification is greatly appreciated!