Undeclared Program: Misher Pre-Professional Studies Program
You may have chosen USciences for its strong academic focus on the hard sciences, health care professions, and hands-on research, but you’re still exploring which program or major is right for you. Students in the Misher Pre-Professional Studies Program benefit from individualized academic advising and career counseling, helping you to find your best fit program at USciences.
What Sets Us Apart?
- One-on-one advising. Every undeclared student receives a dedicated pre-professional
advisor in addition to an academic advisor.
- Special admission considerations are given to qualified pre-professional students
in the occupational therapy, pharmacy, and physical therapy programs.
- Guaranteed admission interviews and priority application status for qualified students.
- Flexibility to explore the wide variety of USciences majors, career paths, and opportunities to declare a major as early as your first year.
- Seamless transition to your USciences major of interest. In the Misher Pre-Professional Studies Program, you will take coursework that will prepare you for declaring a major and graduating on time.
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The Heart of the Matter: Alumnae Strive to Make OT Services Accessible for All Families
October 21, 2019
Offering quality care to their patients isn't enough for BRITTANY SMITH MOT'12 and JANKI PATEL MOT'12. As the founders of Jump Ahead Pediatrics, headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey, the alumnae are on a quest to make occupational therapy and speech therapy treatments for children in need more affordable and achievable for families.
USciences and Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine Sign Partnership Agreement
October 16, 2019
University of the Sciences and Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine announced today that they have signed a partnership agreement, which will support the joint development and outreach of new online educational degree and certificate programs.
Fruit Fly Research Possible Key to Understanding Alzheimer's and Degenerative Diseases
July 16, 2019
Thanks to a new grant from the National Institute of Health, Maggie Pearce PhD, assistant professor of biology and neuroscience, is leading a new study to explore degenerative diseases using fruit flies.
Lucy Malmberg P'72 Dedicates Herself to Helping Others Create Their Own American Dream
May 15, 2019
Having found success in industry, as a community pharmacist, and as an entrepreneur, Lucy Malmberg P'72 is empowering the next generation through her philanthropy.
Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine to Address 2019 Graduates at Commencement
April 01, 2019
Rachel L. Levine, MD, has focused her efforts on the connection between mental and physical health. She will be honored alongside the class of 2019 at Commencement.
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