Studies & Degrees in Pre-professional studies




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Pre-Architecture Pre-Art Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Criminal Justice Pre-Dentistry Pre-Economics Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-master Pre-Medical Technology Pre-Medicine Pre-Mortuary Science Pre-Nursing Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Phisical Therapy Pre-Podiatry Pre-Professional Accelerated Health Sciences Pre-Professional Programs Pre-Professional Services Pre-Public Health Pre-Radiology Pre-Science Pre-Seminary Pre-Social Work Pre-Teaching Elementary Pre-Teaching Secondary Pre-Theology Pre-Veterinarian

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Study Pre-Art

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Study Pre-Dentistry

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Being a dentist, is indeed one of those professions that is very rewarding as almost everyone visits a dentist, not once and not twice, but on a recurring basis. However, the path to being an illustrious oral health doctor is not a straight one as an aspiring dentist would need first to take a required Pre-Dentistry course before actually the main course is served.

Pre-Dentistry is not necessarily a specific degree. For most schools offering Pre-Dentistry programs, they usually have a list of various math and science courses wherein most subjects or units can be credited if so a student decides to pursue a Doctor of Dentistry or Doctor of Dental Surgery program. However, some schools do offer a certificate or diploma programs for Pre-Dentistry wherein the enrollees are groomed to have a career in the dental industry like dental assistants, dental supplies and equipments representatives and whatever else except being a dentist.

Most colleges who offer a Dentistry program usually would list the following courses as eligible Pre-Dentistry courses: BS Biology, BS Chemistry, BS Physics, BS Social Science/Humanities and BS Biochemistry. Because Pre-Dentistry is a prelude to Dentistry, it is important that students indicate during their admission that their purpose is actually to get admitted to dental school. For example, a student got admitted to a BS Biology program but did not indicate he have plans to pursue Dentistry when he is about to graduate from his undergraduate course. The Office of the Registrar would have no choice but to turn him down because he did not register under the Pre-Dentistry program. This is the reason why Pre-Dentistry, as a program, was instituted in the first place, to filter fickle-minded students who might be bright enough to be admitted but not dedicated enough to finish up to becoming a licensed dentist. So, Pre-Dentistry programs are usually now in most famous universities and colleges because it is also a good way to control the volume of aspiring dentists which literally keep on increasing year-on-year. Usually, the schools require students under a Pre-Dentistry program to maintain a grade level; otherwise, they are withdrawn from the contention of being admitted to dental school.

On the point of view of the students, Pre-Dentistry gives them the luxury of having to focus on becoming dentists but really don’t tie them up to it. Because admission to dental school is a fierce arena, students are given leeway as to make a change of heart and actually pursue other fields of studies or options in life should they find that 8 years (the usual time to students become a stand alone licensed dentist) is not worth the while or later they will realize that extracting teeth and inserting hands on somebody else’s oral cavities, is the life they want would not want to lead. Should they realized that they don’t want to pursue dental school after Pre-Dentistry, then they can do so as they can pursue other fields as they have not actually started dental school yet.

If there is one medical profession that enjoys the perks of the title of being doctors, it is the dentists minus the stress of a patient whose life might depend on an operation. However, to become one, one has to pass Pre-Dentistry.

Study Pre-Economics

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Study Pre-Engineering

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Study Pre-Law

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Pre-law is actually any field of study that an undergraduate must complete before going taking up law. This course which may take from three to four years is just the start of the journey to become a lawyer. Choosing the field of discipline is very critical. The student must take into account that the pre-law course taken can help his or her study of the law. In the United States, the American Bar Association's minimum requirement for entry to law school is a bachelor's degree from any field of discipline. This means that any holder of a Bachelor of Arts or Science and even Master's and doctorate holders are qualified. Of course some schools may have their own requirements.

The pre-law course you are taking should provide the necessary skills and knowledge that can be use in law school. These may include skills in analysis and problem solving. You can take courses that can help you develop your critical thinking about matters like your opinions on politics and current events. When you engaged in debates, it is important that you can defend your arguments whether it’s for or against proposition. Critical reading ability will served you well. Law students will have to read and understand legal provisions, judicial opinions and other important documents. Writing skills is an important tool. If you already have the fundamental writing skills you will not much have difficulty in your studies of law. Oral communication and listening ability is one of the most important tools. Lawyers must be able to express their thoughts clearly and concisely. Seek an undergraduate course that can that can develop your speaking and listening skills. Engaging in debates, making formal presentations in class or speaking before a group are just a few ways to develop these skills.

People in the legal profession spend a lot of their time doing research, so having at least some research skills would be good. In the study and practice of law, large amount information needs to be managed. Task and objectives should be organized according to priority. To have some task organization and management skills is worth acquiring.

Aside from these skills mentioned, having some basic knowledge in other fields can also assist during one’s legal education. Some of these other knowledge or skills include, having a deep understanding of your country’s history, including the social, political, economic and cultural factors that led to the development of the society as a whole. Some basic knowledge in mathematics, finances, human behavior and social interaction could go a long way. One should also be aware and get to know the different cultures, institutions and current events inside and outside the country.

Finally, it is worth remembering that the legal profession is a calling. The ultimate objective of its members is to render competent, honest and responsible service while at the same time to seek improvement in the fairness and quality of justice in the legal system.

Some of these pre-law courses can be accounting, anthropology, economics, history, mathematics, psychology, sociology or any course of interest to you.

Study Pre-master

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Study Pre-Medical Technology

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Study Pre-Medicine

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The Dictionary defines Pre-medical as relating to or engaging in the preliminary medical studies that must be completed before entering medical school. In medical jargon it is a terminology to illustrate a route an undergraduate follows so as to become a medical student. It relates to the caseloads that prepare an undergraduate student for medical school, such as pre-med assignment, volunteer works, medical experience, research, and the application process.

Pre-medical is not a major, per se, but a guiding principle to the education needed for the admission to medical schools. A pre-medical student can major in any subject provided he completes the attentiveness and focus in the preparatory professional studies. Inasmuch as students are not offered option of a pre-medical major by most colleges and universities, he is allowed to select any undergraduate major in any field of study provided that some obligatory courses are finished.

Generally, such courses are centered to the scientific fields of chemistry and biology that are required in medical admission test. It also complies with the pre-requisite requirements by medical schools. This is why pre-med students en route to a major related to one of those subjects do not at all major in a technical field as an undergraduate.

In the first year at college, the average pre-medical student organizes his subjects to accept the required courses. Some students after a semester continue extracurricular activities showing commitment to medicine. Although not a requirement, most pre-medical students go on to major the natural sciences: chemistry or physics.

To meet the pre-medical requirements to suffice the taking up of the typical courses are: 1. General Chemistry (2 semesters/3 quarter, with laboratories); 2. General Biology (2 semesters/3 quarter, with laboratories); 3. Organic Chemistry (2 semesters/3 quarter, with laboratories); 4. General Physics (2 semesters/3 quarter, with laboratories); 5. Quarters/semesters of math are required, plus Calculus 1 and either Calculus 2; 6. English and Writing courses.

Upper level biology and chemistry electives include such as cellular biology, biochemistry, physical chemistry, genetic, etc. Some schools oblige general humanities credits and others require courses in English, Psychology or other subjects.

Pre-medical is a curriculum intended to prepare the student for medical college admission test and the hardships encountered in medical school. It unites related areas of study such as chemistry, biology, and biochemistry, and provides solid background in physics and mathematics. Being a rigid course that requires a full time attention to studies, Pre-medical firmly obliges students forget about nightlife most often. The one reason for Pre-medical is the weeding out of entrants to Medical School.

Completing the bachelor’s degree in Pre-medical studies, students must follow the competitive admission to and the successful completion of professional studies and training. To obtain college course credit, pre-medical students are required exposure to the health professions through volunteer work and internship. Pre-medical students were instructed to embrace fully the rigors of medical study and engaged fully in the current problems in health care.

The study of the important science courses, the ability to communicate, and understand human experience and human nature spring out a dynamic and vigorous education that Pre-medical draws out. The certificate program in Pre-medical studies was not created just on the belief that knowledge in science prepares students become efficient physicians. The student must have the perception and compassion to the emotion, culture, and factors affecting the environment that motivate behaviors of people who will be their patients. Genuine concern for them must voluntary leap out from their hearts. That is what Pre-medical is in its full meaning.

Study Pre-Mortuary Science

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Study Pre-Nursing

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Pre-nursing is an educational option for someone who wishes to later enroll in a nursing program. The greater number of pre-nursing programs take two years to complete, aiming to provide students with a variety of classes that will equip them with a sound background in the nursing field. In some cases, students will be preparing to undertake a nursing program in another school, whether another option for them is to do so in the same educational institution, where they may be given some advantage or preference over external applicants. Some nursing schools even require students to have taken pre-nursing courses before applying to their program. This is so, because the pre-nursing program ensures a minimal level of the knowledge required, allowing instructors to focus on more advanced concepts. Most importantly, by taking a pre-nursing course, students can ensure that this is the right career choice for them.

Such a course usually involves the study of some basic math courses, together with some biology, which includes anatomy and physiology. Besides, students study psychology sociology, and anthropology; they learn how people interact with each other and society as a whole.

Personal Qualities

By enrolling at a pre-nursing program, you should still be pursuing the goal to become a nurse, and qualities like patience and compassion, common for this profession still apply. Other skills to consider are:

  • Excellent communication qualities
  • Very caring and patient nature
  • Genuine desire to help others
  • Very high level of emotional intelligence
  • Able to work as a part of a team
  • Willing to learn fast and have good memory
  • Physically and emotionally fit

Study Options

Pre-nursing courses are usually offered by community colleges and junior colleges; most of these also have agreements with nursing schools, which ensure automatic acceptance for graduates of the pre-nursing program. There are four year colleges with nursing programs that also have a pre-nursing opportunity – again, students apply to the pre-nursing course, and then automatically move to the main nursing program. Requirements for the program may include a minimum level of math education and a high school degree in order to ensure all students feel comfortable studying the subjects given.

Do not forget that there are schools who offer practical experience for their pre-nursing students, too. It would be the best choice to choose such an institution, as hands-on experience in this field is crucial. Once you graduate with a nursing degree, you can easily pursue additional qualifications and education in the same field with the purpose to enhance your employability.

Career Options

Nursing graduates work in hospitals, clinics, rehab centers; you could also work for a doctor with a private practice, or assist an individual with more specific needs in their everyday activities. Most importantly, there are a number of specializations that you might wish to pursue: Ambulatory Care Nursing -  you would be providing care and support to individuals and families on a periodic basis outside the hospital environment; these nurses put an emphasis on pain management and patient education to keep those with chronic injuries and illnesses healthy and independent in their home surroundings; Forensic Nursing - work with law enforcement officials to aid in the investigation of crimes such as sexual assault, accidental death, abuse, and assault; you would also work with the victims of these crimes; Critical Care Nursing – you would be caring for patients of all ages, who are acutely ill or in critical condition. These nurses often must use sophisticated equipment, and are also responsible for the emotional welfare of patients and their families. Many other specializations are open to you, which you can easily research once you embark on the program.

Study Pre-Occupational Therapy

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Study Pre-Optometry

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Study Pre-Pharmacy

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Study Pre-Phisical Therapy

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Study Pre-Podiatry

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Study Pre-Professional Accelerated Health Sciences

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Study Pre-Professional Programs

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Study Pre-Professional Services

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Study Pre-Public Health

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Study Pre-Radiology

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Study Pre-Science

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Study Pre-Seminary

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Study Pre-Social Work

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Study Pre-Teaching Elementary

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Study Pre-Teaching Secondary

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Study Pre-Theology

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Study Pre-Veterinarian

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