Moravian University offers pre-professional health advising to students seeking competitive admission into a variety of health professions programs. These programs include, but are not limited to: medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, public health, veterinary, optometry or physician assistant.
Our Health Professions Advisor is here to help prepare students for professional school applications through guidance with pre-professional health curricula, admissions test preparation, co-curricular activity involvement, interview preparation and application competitiveness.
Moravian’s pre-professional health program is not an academic major or minor, but rather it is a combination of career development advising and a set of predetermined courses that are widely accepted across the nation for admission requirements.
How to make an appointment
Types of advising services
Students can meet with the Health Professions Advisor to discuss various topics related to pursuing any of the health professions. These topics include, but aren't limited to:
- Curriculum sequencing, and major selection
- Education on difference in professions, resources, and career paths
- Application assistance and timeline preparation
- Understanding entrance examinations and preparation
- Personal statement feedback
- Mock interviews