Pre-Health Professions Curricula

Undergraduate coursework—and often a bachelor’s degree—is necessary for admission to professional healthcare schools. The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor School of Natural Sciences offers degrees that prepare students for a variety of healthcare careers. Only general information about each curriculum and professional program is given, because the details of admission criteria to professional schools varies. Admission to healthcare-healthcare professional schools is highly competitive and requires academic work considerably above average.

Students interested in health professions that are not listed here or seeking further information on the listed programs may contact the Director of Pre-Health Professions:

Dr. Andrew Woodward, Professor of Biology & Director of Pre-Health Professions,, (254) 295-4159