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Prepare for Medical School

The Health Science Program at Seton Hill has two tracks: Premed and Pre-Allied Health. Here, we can prepare you for whatever healthcare career suits you best.

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Why Study Health Science at Seton Hill?

Two tracks: Premed & Pre-Allied Health96% of Grads move on to a career or grad school

  • Premed: The premed track of Seton Hill’s Health Science Program will prepare you for medical school or graduate-level study in fields like medicine, dentistry and optometry.
  • Pre-Allied Health: You might choose the pre-allied health track of Seton Hill’s Health Science Program if you are interested in a career in physician assistant, occupational therapy or speech pathology.

It’s Ok if you don’t know which track is best for you. Your faculty advisor will work with you to determine the best course of action, based on your personal goals.

Premier Faculty

Health sciences faculty at Seton Hill are researchers, chemists, biologists, doctors, physician assistants and dietitians. They will share their practical experience with you, in addition to guiding your learning in the classroom and lab.

Outstanding Facilities & Resources

You’ll enjoy taking classes and working in the labs and clinical settings of Seton Hill’s technologically-advanced Boyle Health Sciences Center.

Internships, Research & Clubs

Student Clubs GraphicAt Seton Hill University, you can participate in joint faculty/student research right here on the Hill. You can also take advantage of opportunities to do research - or participate in healthcare internships - locally, regionally or around the world. Plus, you have your choice of student science clubs, offering everything from special trips to professional development to service projects.

Your Career in Healthcare

Career Center Graphic The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the healthcare industry to continue to grow - adding more jobs than any other occupational group. Projected wages depend on career chosen and educational level. A recreational therapist with a bachelor’s degree, for instance, makes an average of $47,000 a year, while physicians and surgeons with advanced degrees make closer to $208,000 annually. At Seton Hill, faculty advisors and our award-winning Career and Professional Development Center will work together to prepare you to step straight into a career, or move confidently into medical school. 

Ready to Take Your Next Step Up?

99% of Incoming Freshmen Receive Aid

You can apply online for free any time. Seton Hill features streamlined admission requirements and a comprehensive aid program. If you haven’t been to visit us yet, please schedule a time to come up to the Hill. You may just see your future from here.