Topics in Medicine (Fall Semester)

Designed to expose the preprofessional student to the profession of his/her choice through speakers and selected readings. Emphasis on alternatives and meeting stresses as a preprofessional student. Maximum credit one unit for any combination of Biology 250A-250B-250C.

Topics in Veterinary Medicine (Fall Semester)

Designed to expose the preprofessional student to the profession of his/her choice through speakers and selected readings. Emphasis on alternatives and meeting stresses as a preprofessional student. Maximum credit one unit for any combination of Biology 250A-250B-250C.

Preventive Dentistry  (Fall and Spring Semesters) 

Participation in clinic, dental observation, marketing activities, and three field trips. Maximum credit four units. Not applicable to biological sciences majors.

Careers in Health Professions (Spring Semester)

This seminar course is designed to expose students to different career options available in the health field; including medicine, dentistry, optometry, and more. In addition, students are provided with a general idea of the requirements for admission to health profession schools, from opening a file in the Health Professions Advising Office (HPAO) through the actual application process. Students can gain a timeline sense of the pre-professional health undergraduate process as well as information on how to become a competitive applicant.