Pre-Professional Program

If you’re passionate about using your faith to help others through medicine, then a pre-medicine degree at Bethel University may be the right choice for you. This pre-med degree is designed to prepare students for admission to medical school. It will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in medical school and in your future careers as a physician.

Receive a well-rounded education that includes not only the technical skills you need to be a successful physician but also the spiritual formation and character development focused on compassion and ethics.

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Pre-Professional Program

Courses include: 

  • Biology 
  • Chemistry 
  • Organic chemistry 
  • Physics 
  • English 
  • Mathematics

In addition to completing the required coursework, students must also maintain a high GPA and take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). The MCAT is a standardized test that is used to assess students’ academic readiness for medical school.

Prepare for an exciting future as a/an:

  • Doctor
  • Surgeon
  • Physician’s assistant
  • Internist
  • Pediatrician
  • Obstetrician and gynecologist (OB/GYN)
  • Anesthesiologist

You’ll gain skills to continue your education such as:

  • The knowledge to succeed in medical school
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Compassion and ethics
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Prepare for admission to medical school with a degree that offers a strong foundation in the sciences, as well as the opportunity to develop strong interpersonal and communication skills. Receive a high-quality education grounded in faith as you get ready for medical school with a medicine pre-professional degree.

Also Consider These Areas of Study

As you’re pursuing a pre-professional degree in medicine, you may explore pairing it with one of the following degrees:

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Take the first step toward your Bethel University pre-professional degree in medicine. Visit campus, apply, request information or ask questions about financial aid.