• Pre-Health

    Pre-Health at Hamline offers you the chance to pursue a variety of challenging and rewarding career opportunities. Before deciding on which pre-health or pre-medical field you want to pursue, it is important to take time to examine the different careers and think about what draws you to healthcare.

    Allied health professional programs prefer well rounded students with solid academic credentials and extensive experience in patient care and community service. Admission committees look favorably upon students who have worked with underserved populations or underprivileged communities.

    Health Careers

    View recommended courses, required tests, application resources, and more from a list of careers you may wish to pursue.

    Explore health careers.

    Faculty Advisors

    To learn more about pursuing a career as a health professional, contact a faculty advisor.

  • News

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    A group of 36 Hamline students are in Memphis, Tennessee to present their collaborative research at the 31st annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Students present original research with topics spanning across a variety of disciplines and programs, from social justice to business, and biology to history.

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    As Mac Garrett ’12 heads to medical school, he credits the rich service learning experiences he had at Hamline and his interdisciplinary combination of majors in religion and biology.

    Ebola-class

    One Hamline class has had the opportunity to analyze the Ebola outbreak as it unfolds. Last spring Professor of Global Studies Kathryn Geurts ordered books for her class, "Culture, Illness, and Health." The book she chose was about Ebola in Africa. Now, six months later Ebola has become a major headline and issue around the world and United States.