Prepare for Entry into a Health Professional School
Planning to seek admission into a health professional school after graduation? Choose one of Post University’s pre-health tracks (such as pre-med or pre-vet) to fulfill your prerequisite courses, in addition to the required courses for your degree program. Regardless of your major at Post University, you can declare a pre-health track and prepare for your next step into medical, veterinary, dentistry, pharmacy, optometry, podiatry, physician assistant, physical therapy, and other related health professional schools.
Our pre-health tracks are neither degree programs nor concentrations. They are recommended courses that may or may not already be required by your degree program. Nearly all health professional and pre-med schools require the following prerequisite courses:
- Two semesters of biology with laboratory
- Two semesters of general chemistry with laboratory
- Two semesters of organic chemistry with laboratory
- Two semesters of physics with laboratory
- Two semesters of English
- One or two semesters of college mathematics
Some health professional and pre-med programs also recommend or require courses in biochemistry, psychology, sociology, microbiology with laboratory, anatomy, and physiology with laboratory, genetics, and cell biology with laboratory.
A pre-health advisor will help you research the requirements for your particular school(s) of interest and design a course plan that meets your needs. They will also discuss internships and other experiences across Connecticut that can help you succeed in your chosen profession. At Post University, we take a personal interest in your goals and will be there to support you throughout your educational journey — from enrollment through graduation.
Begin your path to a career in one of the many health careelated fields. Call 800.660.6615 today to enroll in the pre-health track of your choice.
*The pre-health tracks are available to Main Campus students.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
For full course descriptions, please refer to the University Catalog for the current Academic Year.
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