BSC's Pre-Health Program
We have many opportunities and services to help pre-health students prepare for their chosen careers. On this page you will find information about HPAC, the pre-health internship, international opportunities, student groups, career opportunities, and more.
Health Professions Advisory Committee: HPAC will help you prepare your applications to the professional schools of your choice. Learn more about what you must do to be ready to apply here.
International Opportunities: It is a transformational experience for our students to see firsthand how medicine is practiced abroad. We have arrangements with several international universities that pave the way to study abroad while continuing to work on your science degree. Learn more here.
Alpha Epsilon Delta: AED is the pre-health student honor society. BSC's chapter of AED organizes speakers for our pre-health students and raises funds for several causes including Doctors without Borders.
Career Choices in the Health-related fields: Learn about different careers in the health professional fields from the national organizations that represent these fields. Find out more here.
Partnerships with Selected Health-related Professional Schools: BSC maintains close partnerships with a few select health professional schools to benefit our students. Find out more here.
Pre-Health Internships: HPAC helps pre-health students arrange internships during Interim term of their sophomore and junior years. For four weeks interns shadow doctors, dentists, and others in the workplace. Such experiences are a vital part of your application to a health professional school. See Exploration Term Bulletin for details.
Undergraduate Research and Pre-Health Training: Our emphasis on research is one of the greatest strengths of our biology program. With two semesters of required senior research, our graduates receive intensive training in practicing science. Success in research indicates professional maturity and determination, and these experiences are giving our pre-health students an edge when applying to very competitive programs such as medical school. Find out more here.