Pre-Professional Pathways

The Pre-Professional Pathways at Boise State University are designed for students who intend to apply to a professional school after graduating. Pre-Professional Pathways are not degree programs. While students still need to declare a major, a pathway helps students identify opportunities and coursework to make them more competitive for professional school after graduating. This option serves students who have identified with career paths in pre-chiropractic, pre-dental, pre-dental hygiene, pre-dietetics, pre-medical laboratory science, pre-medicine, pre-occupational therapy, pre-optometry, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, pre-physician assistant, pre-speech language pathology, or pre-veterinary medicine.

The information on this website is not meant to take the place of meeting with a health professions advisor. Every student should work with an advisor to develop and then review an individuals personal, academic, and career goals. For information about academic preparation for any of the health professions listed above consult with the advisors in the College of Health Sciences Academic Advising Office.

College of Health Sciences

The College of Health Sciences strives to provide high quality, affordable, relevant education to its students and the campus community through health-related initiatives and resources. The college believes that students can learn more from each other through interprofessional education learning opportunities to advance life-long health in global communities. Below is the list of schools, resources, and initiatives housed in the College of Health Sciences.

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University Health Services

University Health Services

School of Allied Health Sciences

School of Allied Health Sciences

School of Nursing

School of Nursing

School of Social Work

School of Social Work

BroncoFit

BroncoFit

Office of Research

Office of Research

Student Services and Academic Advising

Student Services and Academic Advising

Interprofessional Education

Interprofessional Education

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