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Start Your Career in Medicine at Seton Hill

If you are interested in a career in medicine, Seton Hill has a lot of options for you.

Learn more about the programs at Seton Hill University by completing this request for information form.

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Cooperative Degree & LECOM Early Acceptance Programs

Seton Hill’s partnership with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) provides a special opportunity for Seton Hill freshmen who plan to go on to medical, dental or pharmacy school after completing their undergraduate studies. 

Students in this program will spend either three or four years on campus at Seton Hill University developing the skills and knowledge that they need for their practice in osteopathic medicine. You will learn from highly qualified professionals in state-of-the-art facilities, such as Seton Hill's Boyle Health Sciences Center. Then, students move directly into LECOM at Seton Hill or a branch campus, including locations in Erie & Florida.

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Salus University Cooperative Degree Programs

At Seton Hill University, you can earn both your Bachelor's and Doctor of Optometry in as little as seven years - setting you on track to have a successful career in optometry in less time and at a reduced cost! Seton Hill’s articulation agreement with Salus University allows you to earn your undergraduate degree at Seton Hill and move right into Salus University’s Colleges of Audiology or Optometry to earn your medical degree.Partnership with Salus University Graphic

Other Seton Hill Degree Programs That Can Prepare You for A Career in the Medical Field

Take a look at the Premed/Health Sciences area of study on this page to see all of the Seton Hill programs that can help you prepare for a career in healthcare.

To contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, fill out our online Request for Information form. You may also call us any time at (724) 838-4281 or (800) 826-6234, or send an email to