Pre-Medical and Pre-Health Professional Advisement
School of Natural and Social Sciences Dean’s Office
Classroom Building A113
Health professions schools require strong undergraduate preparation in the sciences. Buffalo State offers all the courses (biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics) required for admission to medical, dental, osteopathic, veterinary, optometry, podiatry, chiropractic, and other health professions schools. Individual schools have their own requirements, and Buffalo State offers a course of study that should meet the requirements of any health professions school. The entrance examinations for medical, dental, and other health professions schools test for mastery of material from these courses.
It is very important that students who are interested in the health professions contact the pre-health adviser as soon as possible (freshman or sophomore year) to begin the advisement process and to plan the application process. The pre-health professions adviser and the Pre-Health Advisory Committee assist students who are interested in entering one of the health professions by providing advice about pre-requisites, course selection, and appropriate extra-curricular activities such as research and summer internships. The committee assists with the application process and preparing supporting materials for student applications.
Student resources include the pre-medical and pre-health advisement frequently asked questions page, https://sciences.buffalostate.edu/faqs, and the resources page, https://sciences.buffalostate.edu/resources. Contact the pre-health adviser in the dean’s office for an advisement appointment or to learn more about the program.