HPRAP academics include highly desirable courses taught by faculty in a supportive atmosphere.
- HPRAP student participants take at least one course in the program each semester. Student participants are often able to choose two courses/semester and a course or two in their Sophomore year.
- Courses are taught on-site within Kittredge West residence hall, limited to an average of 19 students per class.
- Courses range from foundational life sciences courses to courses on medical ethics, global health policy, writing, and social sciences.
- As part of the HPRAP experience students are invited to join co-curricular activities that enhance the learning environment and integrate the Health Professions theme through experiences such as field trips, guest speakers, peer groups and topic-focused study sessions.
General advising is required and can be arranged through your student Buff Portal. Seeking four-year plans for HPRAP-relevant majors? Please follow the links below:
- IPHY: https://colorado.edu/biologyadvising/iphy-4-year-plan-f20-or-later
- MCDB: https://colorado.edu/biologyadvising/mcdb-4-year-plan-fa19-and-after
- EBIO: https://colorado.edu/biologyadvising/ebio-4-year-plan
- NRSC: https://catalog.colorado.edu/undergraduate/colleges-schools/arts-sciences/programs-study/psychology-neuroscience/neuroscience-bachelor-arts-ba/#fouryearplantext
- PSYC: (same as NRSC; variations on NRSC/PSYC majors/minors and certificates should be discussed with your academic advisor)
- BCHM: https://colorado.edu/biochemistry/sites/default/files/attached-files/flow_charts_fa20.pdf
- CHEM: https://catalog.colorado.edu/undergraduate/colleges-schools/arts-sciences/programs-study/chemistry/chemistry-bachelor-arts-ba/#fouryearplantext
Useful information about MCDB Labs: https://www.colorado.edu/mcdb/phage-genomics-lab