Office of Medical Professions Advisement @ ETSU

  • Team-building and leadership with the Student Organization Leadership Council Student Organization Leadership Council
    Team-building and leadership with the Student Organization Leadership Council
  • Pre-Health Living-Learning Community members on move-in day The 2014 PHLLC
    Pre-Health Living-Learning Community members on move-in day
  • Making friends in the Pre-Health Living-Learning Community PHLLC Picnic
    Making friends in the Pre-Health Living-Learning Community
  • Making a splash in the Watauga River Getting outside the classroom
    Making a splash in the Watauga River
  • Gaining cross-disciplinary perspectives College of Nursing Tour
    Gaining cross-disciplinary perspectives
 

OUR MISSION

To provide information, academic advisement, and other support functions to students who wish to apply for acceptance to professional schools in health-related disciplines. 

HOW WE SERVE PRE-PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS

The Office of Medical Professions Advisement at ETSU will provide advisement to help you develop academically and personally. We help students research professional schools and deliver workshops design to help budding health professionals become competitive applicants to the professional schools of their choice. Our advisors teach a Health Professions Exploration Seminar course, which helps students understand professional school requirements, the importance of practical experience, the significance of cultivating a personal code of ethics, current issues and trends in our national and global health care delivery system, and the purpose of critical thinking for health care professionals.

Incoming first-time freshman may also apply to be a part of our Pre-Health Living-Learning Community (PHLLC).

PRE-PROFESSIONAL AND MAJOR ADVISEMENT

All pre-professional programs are programs of study, not majors.  Therefore, pre-professional students must select a major and minor by the time 60 credit hours have been completed.  The pre-professional student may choose from over one hundred undergraduate majors at ETSU.  Although many students pursue a math or science degree, it is not required.  Professional schools look for students that are well-rounded academically, socially and portray professional competence. Although some professional schools do not require a degree, we encourage all students to strive for the four-year degree while applying to their professional schools of choice. 

WHERE TO FIND US

The Office of Medical Professions Advisement at ETSU operates under the auspices of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at East Tennessee State University.  We are located on the main campus, inside the Advisement Resource Career Center (ARC), on the 2nd floor of the D.P. Culp Center.