Feb 05, 2023  
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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A-S 1850 - Introduction to the Pre-Health Professions

The goal of this seminar course is to introduce new Pre-Health Professions students to both the academic aspects of college (via Study Skills Seminars, etc) as well as the pathways towards fields in Healthcare (via panel discussions and a research project). This course prepares students to undertake and successfully manage the challenges and responsibilities of a Pre-Health Professions student. It is intended to (1) enhance students’ academic skills while focusing on engagement and a successful transition to the university setting; (2) focus on enhancing skills that pertain to college life; (3) focus on personal exploration; (4) help students begin to make decisions about their majors and careers, which can be intimidating choices for a first-year student. While it is intended for freshman, all new students are welcome to enroll in the class.

Credits: 2 hours

When Offered: Fall

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