Professional adviser: Carmen Gamlin
Academic Advising: Interested students should consult with the Pre-Medical Advising Office, the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Office or a Department of Biological Sciences faculty adviser for counseling and assistance in planning their academic programs.
Committee: Gennie Anderson (School of Health Sciences), Amy Banes-Berceli (Biological Sciences), Sharise Calhoun (Admissions), Ashley Cerku (Writing Center), Shannon Esselink (College of Arts and Sciences Advising), Christina Grabowski (School of Medicine), Sarah Hosch (Biological ciences), Anne Hitt (College of Arts and Sciences), Nessan Kerrigan (Chemistry), Kristin Landis-Piwowar (School of Health Sciences), Amanda Lynch (School of Health Sciences), Denise McConkey (Career Services), Sandra Powell (Honors College), Jonathan Reusch (Career Services), Brad Roth (Physics), Ann Selva (College of Arts and Sciences), Mohammad Siadat (Computer Science and Engineering), Michelle Southward (School of Health Sciences), Kristin Thompson (School of Health Sciences), Keith Williams (Psychology)
The concentration in pre-medical studies is intended for students who wish to pursue careers in medicine, dentistry, optometry or veterinary medicine. The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in biology provides students with all the requirements for a concentration in pre-medical studies. Students in the Bachelor of Arts degree program will need to complete two semesters of organic chemistry and laboratory in addition to their other science requirements. Students are expected to complete a concentration consisting of the following: