Students may prepare for further study in professions by following recommended curricula for Pre-Medicine, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Law, and Pre-Engineering.
Pre-Medicine students may participate in the Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) which provides scholarships beginning in the sophomore year for students who complete 15 semester credit hours during a fall semester with a 3.25 GPA or higher (including no more than 3 semester credit hours of AP credit). Participation in this state-wide program provides students with support, scholarships, and guidance toward admission to participating medical schools if all requirements are met. See the Chemistry and Physics Department section of this catalog for details.
Pre-Dentistry students may prepare for later study by following the recommended curricula shown in the Chemistry and Physics Department section of this catalog.
Pre-Law students may prepare for legal studies by following the curricula described in the History and Government section of this catalog.
Pre-Engineering students may participate in the dual degree program in mathematics and engineering offered through the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in association with the University of North Texas. For details, contact the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.