Our pre-professional offerings are designed to prepare you for entry into professional programs in many health sciences as well as law school. They are not bachelor’s degrees or certificates; they are faculty-assisted programs that include courses that apply toward the prerequisites of a future professional program.
of students are assigned multiple advisers devoted to guiding them through their four years at WOU
of students who apply to WOU are selected for admission
student clubs and organizations are waiting to welcome you in
NCAA Division II student-athletes want to see you in the stands, cheering for the Wolves
Health Science Programs
Do you see yourself working in a health care field such as medicine, occupational therapy or dentistry? To get there, you’ll need to earn a bachelor’s degree before you apply to the professional program of your choice. Getting into these specialty schools is challenging; you’ll need a minimum GPA, a personal statement and leadership or work experience, among other things.
WOU will help you get there. Our pre-professional programs are overseen by faculty members who will ensure you take all the right courses and all the right steps. They recommend majors in these fields:
You’ll need a bachelor’s degree to get into law school. Popular choices for majors are social sciences, natural sciences or humanities; but for your minor, you should consider legal studies with additional courses in accounting, economics, history, political science, philosophy, psychology, sociology, communication studies and writing.