Students in prehealth programs must take the same sequence of courses no matter which college they attend. These courses are required by the professional schools, not by the undergraduate colleges. Fortunately, the requirements for the four-year doctoral programs in most of the healthcare professions are similar.
Taking these courses encompass the minimum requirements for most schools. Some medical schools may require additional courses, particularly in mathematics and/or biochemistry, while PA programs might expect an anatomy course. You should familiarize yourself with the requirements for those schools to which you think you may apply, and check back over time - schools can and do shift their requirements and policies concerning various types of testing over time.
The best source for this information varies depending on your target profession. For MD schools, you should consult the AAMC publication Medical Schools Admissions Requirements. For DO schools, consult The Osteopathic Medical College Information Book. For Dental Schools, you should consult ADEA's Official Guide to Dental Schools. For Vet Schools, consult AAVMC's VMCAS prerequisite chart and other resources. Optometry school prerequisites and podiatric medicine prerequisities will be useful to people looking at those careers. PAEA offers a great online resource for exploring PA school prerequisites. Pre-Physical Therapy Students can find PT Program Prerequisties online but OT programs do not have a single consolidated directory of prerequsites - you will need to investigate specific programs.