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Air Force Reserve Officer Training
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and
Ramapo College of New Jersey maintain a cross-town agreement
for the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC). Qualified
Ramapo students may complete their degree at Ramapo College
while taking AFROTC courses at NJIT. Please visit the NJIT AFROTC
Web Site for more information.
Since its inception in 1971, Ramapo College
has actively supported the professional law aspirations of its
students through a variety of academic programs, career counseling,
law school advisement, and student support services, such as
clubs and law school fairs.
more information about Pre-Law
The Pre-Medical and Pre-Health Professional
Studies Programs at Ramapo College are not academic majors,
but support structures created to maximize students ability
to secure admission to medical, dental, and other health-related
graduate schools. They offer an excellent opportunity for students
to prepare for entry into the health professions. For advisement,
students planning to pursue a career in the health sciences
Most professional schools require the following science and
math courses for admission to their programs:
- The School of Theoretical and Applied Science (TAS), (201)
- Dr. Rena Bacon, Associate Professor of Biology, (201)
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Fundamentals of Biology I and II - 8 cr.
Fundamentals of Chemistry I and II - 8 cr.
Organic Chemistry I and II - 8 cr.
Fundamental of Physics I and II - 8 cr.
Calculus I - 4 cr.
Additional recommended courses are:
Genetics - 4 cr.
Cell and Molecular Biology - 4 cr.
Anatomy and Physiology I and II - 8 cr.
The courses listed above make up a substantial part of the Biology
and Chemistry majors although students who plan professional
health careers are free to major in any area. The General Education
graduation requirements at Ramapo College are such that they
provide both science and non-science majors the kind of broad
base of knowledge sought by professional schools. Since the
standardized entry exams, e.g., MCAT, DAT, etc., are usually
taken either in the spring or late summer of the Junior year,
students are advised to complete these courses before their
Senior year to be adequately prepared for these exams.
more information about Pre-Med
The Teacher Education Program at Ramapo College
of New Jersey is offered through the School of Social Science
and Human Services which is fully certified by the Middle States
Association of Colleges and Schools. The Ramapo program is approved
by the New Jersey State Department of Education under the standards
established by the National Association of State Director of
Teacher Education and Certification. Teacher preparation candidates
are prepared to become student oriented teachers who design
high quality learning activities to meet a broad spectrum of
learning styles and learning needs.
Ramapo College is located ideally for access to field experience
opportunities. Many outstanding urban, suburban, and rural school
districts are within a reasonable distance from the college
and are most generous in their efforts to support high standards
in teacher preparation.
more information about Teacher Education