Health Professions Advisory Committee
The Health Professions Advisory Committee is a counseling body of faculty members established to give guidance to students who are interested in preparing for medical, dental, or allied health careers. Our science curricula offer a four-year program of study designed to meet the requirements of the Association of American Medical Colleges and the American Dental Association for admission to accredited medical, dental, pediatric, and optometry schools.
The Committee attempts to make the pre-professional student aware of the qualifications essential for admission to professional school. It is also the concern of the Committee to direct the student to choose a program of studies that will furnish him/her not only with specialized pre-professional courses in science, but also with a broad liberal education that will prepare him/her for active and creative participation in the spiritual and intellectual needs of the human community. In view of the limited number of students accepted by professional schools and their high standards of admission, pre-professional students are expected to maintain an average of at least “B” in their courses.
To qualify for medical or dental recommendation, a student should have received credit for Biology 111-112, 113-114, Chemistry 101-102, 319-320, 323-324, and Physics 107-108.
Health Professions Resources for Students
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Health Profession Advisory Committee Members
Dr. James Fabrizio
Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee and Pre-Med Advisor
Dr. Pamela Kerrigan
Dr. Janet Rollins
Dr. Ioanna Visviki