Students enrolling in the Pre-Professional Studies Program are those who plan to continue their education at other institutions in areas such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, medicine, dentistry, physician assistant, or other medical fields. The program prepares students for admission to professional programs by helping them earn a large part of the general education requirements for those programs.
The Department of Health and Biomedical Sciences seeks to enhance the spiritual, physical, ethical, and cultural lives of its students, offering degree programs that aim to enhance the quality of health care.
We provide general education courses to students who are:
Enrolled in a professional program
Seeking admission into a professional program
Desiring to encapsulate the first two years of general education courses into an Associate of Science degree in Pre-Professional Studies
Working toward completion of degrees offered by the Department of Health and Biomedical Sciences.
To get a real sense of the Pre-Professional Studies Program at ADU, you just have to see it. Here's where it all happens.