Med schools vary somewhat in their math requirements. Brown, Dartmouth and a few state schools require one semester of calculus. Harvard and Washington University require two semesters of calculus. Most other schools require either no math, or one to two semesters of math that can be any number of courses, including calculus, pre-calc, and/or statistics. To be sure that you will be eligible for admission to the greatest number of health profession schools possible, we recommend that you take at least one year of college-level mathematics with at least one semester of calculus. Thus, for the great majority of schools, if you take two semesters, one of calculus, and one of statistics you will meet their requirements.