Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Coursework
Pre-Health Coursework Description
HCU’s Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate coursework will academically prepare students with a bachelor’s degree for a health profession school (i.e. Medical, Physician Associate, Dental, Pharmacy, or Graduate School in the Biological or Chemical Sciences). In addition to academic preparation with graduate-level courses, students will be guided through the application and admission process for health profession schools with application workshops and mock admission interviews. The HCU Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate coursework is designed to give students an opportunity to further their educational journey toward a Health Profession or Graduate school by offering pre-requisite and recommended courses with a faith-centered curriculum.
Pre-Health Coursework Distinctives
Complete all the prerequisites for health profession schools, such as Medical, Dental, and Physician Associate School in classes with an average size of 25 or less students.
Personalized feedback on your health profession school application, personal statement, and mock-interview.
A composite letter of recommendation for your health profession school application packet.
An emphasis on hands-on experience (laboratory and/or clinical) and community service.
Pre-Health Coursework Structure
In order to receive a composite letter of recommendation for his/her health profession school application packet, a student must:
- Complete at least 12 Credit Hours (3 to 4 Graduate-Level Biology or Chemistry Courses)
- Complete at least 45 Hours of Laboratory Research and/or Clinical Experience
- Complete at least 15 Hours of Community Service
- Complete the Health Professions Application Evaluation Committee Mock-Interview Process