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These are the math requirements (or lack thereof) by medical school. These are for MD-only programs. If you are applying MSTP, please check each school's website for possible additional requirements. This information is current as of August 2012; if you find a mistake or if a school changes their requirements, please PM me a link to the schools admissions website and I will update the list.

Albert Einstein – 6 hours of college math

Arizona (Phoenix) - 1 semester of stats

Arkansas – 2 semesters of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

Brown – 1 semester of calc

Central Florida – 6 hours of college math (1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats recommended)

Colorado – 6 hours of college math

Dartmouth – 3 hours of calc or stats

Florida Atlantic – 2 semesters of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

Florida International – 2 semesters of calc, 2 semesters of stats, or 1 of each

Florida state – 6 hours of college math

Georgetown – 1 semester of college math

Harvard – 2 semesters of calc or 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Howard – 2 semesters of college math

Iowa – 1 semester of college math

Johns Hopkins – 6-8 hours of calc and/or stats

Kansas – 1 semester of college math

Medical College of Wisconsin – 4 hours of college math required, 1 semester of calc recommended

Meharry – 3 hours of college math required, calc recommended

Michigan State – 1 semester of college math

Mississippi – 6 hours of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

Missouri (Columbia) – 3 hours of college math

Morehouse – 2 semesters of college math

Mount Sinai - 2 semesters of college math

Nebraska – 1 semester of calc or stats

New Jersey (Robert Wood Johnson) – 1 semester of college math (1 semester of stats recommended)

North Dakota – 3 hours of college math

Oakland – 2 semesters of college math

Oregon (OHSU) – 2 quarter of college math (1 quarter of calc and 1 quarter of stats recommended)

Penn State – 2 semesters of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

South Alabama – 6 hours of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

SUNY Upstate – 1 semester of stats (1 semester of calc recommended)

Texas A&M – 3 hours of stats

Texas Tech (El Paso) – 3 hours of calc or stats

Texas Tech (Lubbock) – 3 hours of stats

Toledo – 2 semesters of college math

UC Davis – 1 year of college math

UC Irvine – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

UCLA – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

UCSD – 8 hours of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

University of South Dakota – 2 semesters of college math (1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats recommended)

USF – 2 semesters of college math

USUHS – 1 semester of calc

UT Galveston – 1 semester of calc

UT San Antonio – 3 hours of stats

UT Southwestern – 1 semester of calc or 1 semester of stats

Virginia Commonwealth – 2 semesters of college math

Virginia Tech – 2 semesters of calc or 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Washington – 1 semester of calc

Washington University St. Louis (WashU) – 2 semesters of calc or 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Wisconsin – 1 semester of college math, 1 semester of stats (1 semester of calc recommended)

Wright State – 2 semester of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

Buffalo State – 2 semesters of stats

Case Western – 1 semester of stats

Connecticut – 1 semester of calc

Cooper – 1 semester of stats

Cornell – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Duke – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

East Carolina – 1 semester of stats

Hawaii – 1 semester of college math

Hofstra – 2 semesters of college math

Loma Linda – 1 semester of stats

LSU New Orleans – 1 semester of calc

Massachusetts (UMass) – 1 year of calc, 1 semester of stats

Medical College of Georgia – 1 semester of stats

Nevada – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

New Jersey (New Jersey) – 1 semester of college math

New York Medical College – 1 semester of stats

Northeast Ohio – 1 semester of calc

Pennsylvania (UPenn) – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Rochester – 1 semester of stats

Southern Illinois – 1 year of college math including 1 semester of stats

Stanford – 1 semester of calc

The Commonwealth Medical College – 1 semester of calc

Thomas Jefferson – 1 semester of college math

University of Chicago Pritzker – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

USC Keck – 1 semester of calc

Utah – 1 semester of calc

Vermont – 1 semester of college math

Virginia – 1 semester of stats

Albany Medical College

Arizona (Tucson)

Baylor

Central Michigan

Cincinnati

Columbia

Creighton

Drexel

East Tennessee

Eastern Virginia

Emory

Florida

George Washington

Illinois

Indiana

Kentucky

Loyola

LSU Shreveport

Marshall

Maryland

Mayo

Mercer

Miami

Michigan

Missouri (Kansas City)

New Mexico

North Carolina

Northwestern

NYU

Ohio State

Oklahoma

Pittsburgh

Rosalind Franklin

Rush

Saint Louis University

South Carolina

South Carolina

Stony Brook

SUNY Downstate

Temple

Tennessee

Tufts

Tulane

UCSF

UT Houston

Vanderbilt

Wake Forest

Wayne State

West Virginia

Yale

**Summary:**- 50 schools have a math requirement; only 19 schools require calculus and/or stats
- No school requires math beyond calculus 2; those that require calculus 2 will allow you to substitute 1 semester of stats
- 80 schools have no math requirement; 29 of those have some recommendations
- If you want to cover all bases for all schools you only need to take 1 semester of calculus and 1 semester of stats

Schools With a Math RequirementSchools With a Math Requirement

Albert Einstein – 6 hours of college math

Arizona (Phoenix) - 1 semester of stats

Arkansas – 2 semesters of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

Brown – 1 semester of calc

Central Florida – 6 hours of college math (1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats recommended)

Colorado – 6 hours of college math

Dartmouth – 3 hours of calc or stats

Florida Atlantic – 2 semesters of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

Florida International – 2 semesters of calc, 2 semesters of stats, or 1 of each

Florida state – 6 hours of college math

Georgetown – 1 semester of college math

Harvard – 2 semesters of calc or 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Howard – 2 semesters of college math

Iowa – 1 semester of college math

Johns Hopkins – 6-8 hours of calc and/or stats

Kansas – 1 semester of college math

Medical College of Wisconsin – 4 hours of college math required, 1 semester of calc recommended

Meharry – 3 hours of college math required, calc recommended

Michigan State – 1 semester of college math

Mississippi – 6 hours of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

Missouri (Columbia) – 3 hours of college math

Morehouse – 2 semesters of college math

Mount Sinai - 2 semesters of college math

Nebraska – 1 semester of calc or stats

New Jersey (Robert Wood Johnson) – 1 semester of college math (1 semester of stats recommended)

North Dakota – 3 hours of college math

Oakland – 2 semesters of college math

Oregon (OHSU) – 2 quarter of college math (1 quarter of calc and 1 quarter of stats recommended)

Penn State – 2 semesters of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

South Alabama – 6 hours of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

SUNY Upstate – 1 semester of stats (1 semester of calc recommended)

Texas A&M – 3 hours of stats

Texas Tech (El Paso) – 3 hours of calc or stats

Texas Tech (Lubbock) – 3 hours of stats

Toledo – 2 semesters of college math

UC Davis – 1 year of college math

UC Irvine – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

UCLA – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

UCSD – 8 hours of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

University of South Dakota – 2 semesters of college math (1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats recommended)

USF – 2 semesters of college math

USUHS – 1 semester of calc

UT Galveston – 1 semester of calc

UT San Antonio – 3 hours of stats

UT Southwestern – 1 semester of calc or 1 semester of stats

Virginia Commonwealth – 2 semesters of college math

Virginia Tech – 2 semesters of calc or 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Washington – 1 semester of calc

Washington University St. Louis (WashU) – 2 semesters of calc or 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Wisconsin – 1 semester of college math, 1 semester of stats (1 semester of calc recommended)

Wright State – 2 semester of college math (1 semester of calc recommended)

__Boston – 2 semesters of college math__**Schools With No Math Requirement but Some Recommendations**

Buffalo State – 2 semesters of stats

Case Western – 1 semester of stats

Connecticut – 1 semester of calc

Cooper – 1 semester of stats

Cornell – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Duke – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

East Carolina – 1 semester of stats

Hawaii – 1 semester of college math

Hofstra – 2 semesters of college math

Loma Linda – 1 semester of stats

LSU New Orleans – 1 semester of calc

Massachusetts (UMass) – 1 year of calc, 1 semester of stats

Medical College of Georgia – 1 semester of stats

Nevada – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

New Jersey (New Jersey) – 1 semester of college math

New York Medical College – 1 semester of stats

Northeast Ohio – 1 semester of calc

Pennsylvania (UPenn) – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

Rochester – 1 semester of stats

Southern Illinois – 1 year of college math including 1 semester of stats

Stanford – 1 semester of calc

The Commonwealth Medical College – 1 semester of calc

Thomas Jefferson – 1 semester of college math

University of Chicago Pritzker – 1 semester of calc and 1 semester of stats

USC Keck – 1 semester of calc

Utah – 1 semester of calc

Vermont – 1 semester of college math

Virginia – 1 semester of stats

**Alabama**__Schools With No Math Requirement and No Recommendations__

Albany Medical College

Arizona (Tucson)

Baylor

Central Michigan

Cincinnati

Columbia

Creighton

Drexel

East Tennessee

Eastern Virginia

Emory

Florida

George Washington

Illinois

Indiana

Kentucky

Loyola

LSU Shreveport

Marshall

Maryland

Mayo

Mercer

Miami

Michigan

Missouri (Kansas City)

New Mexico

North Carolina

Northwestern

NYU

Ohio State

Oklahoma

Pittsburgh

Rosalind Franklin

Rush

Saint Louis University

South Carolina

South Carolina

Stony Brook

SUNY Downstate

Temple

Tennessee

Tufts

Tulane

UCSF

UT Houston

Vanderbilt

Wake Forest

Wayne State

West Virginia

Yale

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