The Health Professions Program at UNH is designed to help students who have a bachelor's degree pursue graduate study in various health fields. Whether you need to fulfill prerequisite courses or wish to strengthen your academic record, our flexible, student-focused Health Professions Program prepares you for graduate study in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and more.
WHAT IS THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS POST-BACCALAUREATE?
UNH’s Health Professions Continuing Education Program, offered at both our Durham and Manchester campuses, is designed for individuals who have earned a bachelors from an accredited college or university but need to complete the prerequisite requirements for admission to a professional healthcare program. Some individuals may need to enhance their existing academic record by retaking some or all their prerequisite coursework to increase the competitiveness of their application. Other individuals may want to change careers and need to complete all their prerequisite coursework.
WHY COMPLETE YOUR POST-BACCALAUREATE AT UNH?
You will complete a rigorous academic program and engage in hands-on learning through fieldwork supported by our state-of-the-art facilities. Our Pre-Professional Health Advising Office helps students interested in pursuing professional degrees make the right academic and extracurricular choicest to prepare for the extremely competitive application process. Students who participate in the Health Professions Post-Baccalaureate program will be provided with personalized advising from the Pre-Professional Health Advisor to assist in course registration, answer questions about the application process, review application documents, and navigate other admissions requirements.
- Physician Assistant
- Physical Therapist
- Naturopathic Physician