Pre-Medicine Admissions Liaison
Health Professions Adviser
Fr. Peter Schneible, O.F.M.
Department of Biology
Dean, School of Health Professions
Dr. Doug Pisano
For questions about particular majors, please contact the departmental chair or program director overseeing the major.
For questions about the Franciscan Health Care Professions program, please visit the FHCP page for details and contact information.
Medical schools and other healthcare graduate programs require specific prerequisite courses, but accept applicants with a wide range of undergraduate majors. The wide variety of health-related major options at St. Bonaventure prepare our students for success in a range of different healthcare fields.
Medical schools value well-rounded applicants who are committed to a career in healthcare but have other interests as well. In fact, national studies show that students majoring in the humanities and arts are just as successful in getting into medical schools as students majoring in the natural sciences.
Through our Franciscan Health Care Professions Program, St. Bonaventure’s pathway for talented high school seniors, students can be provisionally admitted to medical school before finishing high school. Early acceptance programs include:
More information is available on the FHCP web page.
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