Preprofessional Programs (Pre-Med and Pre-Law)
There's no single undergraduate path to professional school. A student who plans to continue on to medical school may major in any number of programs, from the humanities to engineering, while students can make the jump to law school from business, the sciences, history, and even philosophy.
At Drexel, there are three major preprofessional options that can help you get where you want to go:
- Accelerated degree programs that allow you to earn your bachelor's and an advanced degree at Drexel in less time than it would take in traditional programs
- Early Assurance Program
- Preprofessional advising offered by the Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC)
Whether you're interested in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, nursing, or allied health, SCDC can help you with course selection, career information, and the application process. Learn more about course recommendations and more at the SCDC Pursuing a Health Profession page.
SCDC provides access to relevant and accurate information about the law school admissions process through one-on-one advising sessions, group presentations, law school visits, recruiting events, and other activities. For more information, visit the SCDC Heading to Law School page.
Accelerated Degree Programs (BA/BS/MD and BA/BS/JD)
Find out about admission requirements and eligible majors for the BA/BS/MD, the BA/BS/JD, and more at our Accelerated Degree Program Application Process page.
Early Assurance Programs
Drexel students also have the option of applying for early assurance into medicine or nursing. Each early assurance program has specific admission requirements. Visit the following webpages to learn more about these programs.