For the Combined Plan with Columbia, you can find specific requirements at this link (PDF), which lists specific requirements that must be fulfilled as a Fordham student. Please note that starting with the incoming class of the Fall of 2019, acceptance to Columbia with this program is not guaranteed, even if all requirements are met. Learn more about the Combined Plan with Case Western Reserve University.
Generally, for both programs, all students are required to take the following courses while at Fordham:
MATH 1206 (Calculus I)
MATH 1207 (Calculus II)
MATH 2004 (Multivariable Calculus I)
PHYS 1601 & 1603 or 1701 & 1703 (Intro Physics I or Physics I)
PHYS 1602 & 1604 or 1702 & 1704 (Intro Physics II or Physics II)
PHYS 1511 (Physics I Lab)
PHYS 1512 (Physics II Lab)
CHEM 1311, 1321, & 1331 (General Chemistry I + Lab)
CISC 1600 & 1610 (Computer Science I + Lab)
ECON 1100 or ECON 1200 (Basic Macroeconomics or Basic Microeconomics) – this should be the course taken for the Social Science Core
The other requirements are automatically satisfied by the Fordham Core Curriculum.
Note that some of the specific majors at the other school will have slightly different requirements, so while this is a good list to work from, be sure to check the specific requirements above.
View the details about the course equivalents between Fordham and Columbia. If you have any questions about the specific requirements, contact the program director, Christopher Aubin, at email@example.com.