About Pre-Health Professions Advising:
The Pre-Health Professions Advising Office was created in 1966 to help students seeking entry into one of the doctoral level health professions. Over the years the services provided by the office have grown to include curricular advising, credentialing, programming, administering special programs and general advising about Binghamton University requirements.
The pre-health tracks that the Pre-Health Professions Advising office advises for are:
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Although there is a high degree of uniformity among the various health professions, some variation in these requirements does occur. Refer to these guides and consult with a Pre-Health Advisor about the coursework and sequencing you will need to follow for your chosen track.
There are many resources available for pre-health students, including information about special programs, internships, scholarships and more.
The application process to health professions schools is complex and lengthy. If you are a junior, senior or alumnus applying to professional school or if you are applying to an Early Assurance Program, read this section carefully.
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