PRE-HEALTH PROFESSIONS AT TCU
The program has done so much to help young people achieve their goals.
DAN DOSS, D.D.S. – TCU CLASS OF 1974, PEDIATRIC DENTIST IN FORT WORTH
The Pre-Health Professions Institute assists students interested in pursuing a career in a variety of health-related fields including: medicine, physician assistant, dentistry, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, optometry, and podiatric medicine. At TCU, the Pre-Health program is a career track that gives students the opportunity to choose from a variety of majors. Click here to learn more about our curriculum.
Pre-Health students are taught and advised by full-time faculty committed to the success of their students. Click here to learn more about our advisors. In addition to a caring faculty, the Pre-Health program at TCU is characterized by excellent students, a rigorous academic curriculum, stability, extensive connections with the regional health care community and a wealth of student activities. Click here to read more about TCU’s distinctive Pre-Health Professions Program.
The Institute is housed within the Winton Scott/Sid Richardson building complex, home to most of TCU’s science classrooms. Our suite is frequented by students that use the space to study and socialize and is the office of Sarah Jung and Jessica Alvarez our program coordinators, as well as Dr. Mathew Crawford, Instructor of Pre-Health. Click here to learn about visiting the institute.