The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's pre-health science minor is designed for students preparing for post-baccalaureate health profession programs. Students in pre-dentistry, pre-optometry, pre-chiropractic, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy and other pre-professional health studies may find this minor especially helpful.
The pre-health science minor requires 24 credits from courses outside a student's major.
Course variety. An array of electives allows you to study multiple topics and disciplines within the pre-health science minor. Explore courses in biology like Genetics and Human Anatomy and Physiology or courses in nursing like Body, Mind, Spirit Wellness and Navigating Health Care.
Innovative facilities. UW-Eau Claire is one of only a few schools of its size with a career center dedicated to supporting students pursuing health professions. The William J. and Marian A. Klish Health Careers Center offers one-on-one advising, opportunities to meet with professional school admissions representatives and workshops designed to build effective tools for career development and competitive applications.
- Foundations of Biology I and II
- General Chemistry II with Lab
- University Physics II
- Science Writing
- Health Economics
- Introduction to Environmental Health
- Wellness: Food for Fitness
- Human Development
Learn more about the pre-health science minor in the UWEC catalog.
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