The Science and Mathematics Department offers four-year programs for students who plan to apply to professional schools of medicine, dentistry, chiropractic, veterinary medicine, physical therapy, or occupational therapy.
Students who choose a Pre-Medicine concentration customize their course schedule to meet the admissions requirements of professional schools in their field of interest.
Why Pre-Medicine at Judson?
PREPARING YOU FOR SUCCESS
Many Judson University Science and Mathematics students have plans to pursue additional education after their undergraduate studies.
Whether it be graduate programs or beyond, our pre-professional programs help our students create a deeper catalog of scientific education in more specific areas of study in order to make their resumes more attractive to graduate application committees.
If you have a heightened interest in pursuing a career within the chiropractic field, our pre-chiropractic concentration will help you reach the next step after graduation.
The department also offers two-year programs for students interested in careers in pharmacy. After completing two years of basic science and liberal arts requirements at Judson, and securing acceptance to the appropriate professional school, pre-pharmacy students complete and additional four years for the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree.
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Real science, real math, taught by real Christians. At Judson University, you’ll learn how faith and fact work together to make a real difference in the world.
With a wide variety of majors and pre-professional programs, you can discover practical ways to address issues facing the world today including the environment, the human body, and real world problems like world hunger and education.
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Graduates of the Judson University Science and Mathematics department often pursue graduate school and beyond at institutions including:
- University of Chicago
- University of Illinois
- Indiana University
- Northern Illinois University
- University of Wisconsin
- University of Melbourne
- Northwestern University
- Rush University College of Nursing