PPHS Program Information
While most PPHS students are biology majors, it is possible to major in chemistry, mathematics or an area in the liberal arts and still succeed in the program at EMU. Since course requirements for non-biology majors vary, students should check with their major department for specific details.
Because graduate schools value a broad education, a minor in a non-science area of interest is suggested.
Normally the pre-professional health sciences student will complete the required courses by the end of the junior year of study in order to be fully prepared at that time to take a professional health science school entrance exam (MCAT, DAT, VET or GRE).
Important documents for PPHS students:
- Program Calendar
- Study tips for PPHS students
- PPHS Program Handbook
Forms for PPHS students:
- PPHS enrollment form
- Record of Shadowing Experience form
- PPHS Interview Request Checklist
- PPHS Reference Letter Request Form
- PPHS Questionnaire
“EMU prepared me wonderfully for my career. I was well served to have had a background in the study of science viewed through the lens of the knowledge of God.”
-Dr. Janelle Aby
clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at Stanford University.