The Pre-public Health Advising Track is for students who have aspirations of entering into the field of public health or a related healthcare field. Pre-public health studies can be fit into any major in any school. Some majors to consider include biology, biomolecular science, chemistry, psychology and environmental health science. Having a pre-public health concentration ensures that you meet all the requirements for application to a public health graduate program. In addition, you will receive guidance throughout your undergraduate career that will strengthen you as a candidate for graduate admissions. The requirements for entry into a master of public health (MPH) or Ph.D. program vary a bit from school to school, but all include taking the GRE.
Our location affords prospective public health students the opportunity to volunteer and gain experience. In addition, Clarkson offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities. Becoming involved in these activities and participating in community service is an integral part of the student's growth and demonstrates the student's desire to become an active member in the community. We also offer a series of Introduction to Healthcare seminar courses that introduce students interested in all areas of healthcare to issues such as professionalism, health delivery systems, medical ethics and the research basis for clinical care.
Pre-Public Health Requirements
- Introductory Biology with Laboratory (two semesters)
Some Graduate Schools Might Also Require
- Humanities (two semesters)
- Social Sciences (two semesters)