Bachelor of Science in Public Health students who are interested in pursuing a professional degree in clinical medicine (dentistry, medicine, osteopathy, veterinary medicine) will follow the Pre-Clinical Professions track.
The preparatory courses for the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) and the professional schools are covered as a part of the Kent Core, public health Core, and general electives. The overall curriculum of this Pre-Clinical Professions track focuses on:
- Biological, social and economic determinants of health
- Prevention and control of diseases
- Introduction to biostatistics and public health research
- Public health internship opportunities focused on research/practices at a local, regional, national, or international venue
Each of these components makes this program a highly desirable preparatory option for students interested in attending professional schools. Its unique features open up new opportunities and offer competitive advantages for student seeking to enter into clinical medicine. Get more information about our Pre-Clinical Professions Track by filling out the form on this page.