Pre-Medical Engineering Studies
Pre-Medical Engineering students are preparing for graduate study and eventual careers as Medical Doctors. These students are able to utilize their engineering background to understand the mechanics and processes of the musculoskeletal system, beyond a typical Pre-Medical plan of study. Curricula may include coursework in engineering, biology, chemistry, anatomy, and physiology. Students can select courses that will prepare them for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).
Careers in Pre-Medical Engineering Studies
Engineers from this concentration often pursue graduate studies in Medicine (Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, MD or DO). Students who forego graduate studies may work in industries such as healthcare, pharmaceuticals, pharmacology, chemistry, biology, wellness, physical/occupational therapy, and athletics.
Their work may include general healthcare, chemical processing, genetics, physical or occupational therapy, nursing, pharmaceuticals, and sports medicine.
Last Updated November 17, 2017