For assistance on the specific courses that students interested in pre-medicine should take, students may contact the following people and offices:
Office of Prehealth Studies
The Office of Prehealth Studies serves students who are considering or planning a career in healthcare. The Office utilizes academic courses, special programs, student organizations, and one-on-one advising to ensure the effective personal and professional development of students who are interested in prehealth.
For more information, visit Prehealth Studies.
For a specific person to contact, see Dr. Rich Sanker at Richard_Sanker@baylor.edu or (254) 710-2429.
Health Science Studies Program
The purpose of the Health Science Studies program within the Department of Health, Human Performance, and Recreation is to serve as pre-professional preparation for entrance into medical, dental, physical therapy, or other allied health professional graduate programs. The program helps students identify and meet entrance criteria health related programs while emphasizing health, fitness, and wellness. Areas of emphasis include pre-medicine, pre-dental, pre-physical therapy, and secondary science education.
For more information, visit Health Science Studies Program.
For a specific person to contact, see Dr. Barb Symm at Barbalee_Symm@baylor.edu or (254) 710-4594.
Honors College Resources
Baylor's Honors College has created numerous resources that assist pre-medicine and science studies. Click here for more information on these opportunities.
For pre-medicine students, Baylor also offers the following special programs: