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I’m interested in pre-med or pre-vet. How can I study that at CALS?

Students interested in pre-vet or pre-med complete the preparatory coursework for graduate programs in veterinary or human medicine while pursuing the academic discipline that interests them most as undergraduates. We encourage you to apply to the major that best fits your academic interests, knowing that you will rec…

Can I be pre-med in the College of Arts and Sciences?

Cornell does not have a "pre-med" or “pre-health” major, rather students in the College of Arts & Sciences interested in the pre-med track complete specific [Cornell course sequences][1] required or recommended for health careers, while majoring in any subject area of their choice. Pre-health students may, of course, …

Does Cornell offer a pre-med program?

Students who are interested in pursuing a health career find great opportunities at Cornell. In fact, nearly one out of every six Cornell undergraduates intends to pursue a career in medicine. Students may study in any of [Cornell's undergraduate schools and colleges][1] and graduate well prepared for further medical …

Can you pursue pre-health/pre-med at the College of Human Ecology?

Yes, the College of Human Ecology offers a distinctive education for those interested in [medicine, public health, and community health][1] with a focus on prevention and wellness. Our contemporary and interdisciplinary approach to health studies is broad in scope and addresses human needs from perspectives in nutriti…

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