Health Professions Advising
This webpage is a resource for students who are interested in pursuing a career in the health professions and for the faculty and staff members who advise these students. This page and the links contained within provide general information that all students considering a career in the health professions will find useful in determining whether or not a specific career is right for them.
Follow the links below to begin exploring your interests in the health professions!
So you want to pursue a career in health care?
Discover what it means to be a healthcare professional and what it takes to get there!
Choosing a major
While it's true that no single major is preferred over others when it comes to acceptance to professional school, some majors, including Biology, Chemistry, and Human Health Sciences, cover most, if not all, prerequisite course requirements for admission to many health professions programs. Students are strongly encouraged to pursue subjects in which they both perform well in and are passionate about. Undergraduate majors are often avenues to Plan B careers should professional school not work out.
Check out these eight pre-health tracks!
Still not sure if a career in healthcare is right for you?
Discover careers based on your interests and skills by visiting the Career Cruising program, accessible through the My Campus Login. Contact the Center for Advising for more information on accessing the Career Cruising program.
Reflect on your list of careers provided by the Matchmaker assessment. Gain insight into the suitability of a career based on your responses to the assessments by clicking on the career (or searching the career in the Search bar) and selecting the "Suitable for You?" link.
Schedule an Appointment
Want to know more?
Schedule an appointment with the Center for Advising to discuss general information about health professions. Advisors in the Center may also refer you to appropriate faculty members as needed. Current students can schedule an appointment by logging in to: http://dbq.mywconline.com. If you have a UD email but have never used the program, you will first need to register for an account.