Eric Brandt (left), a 2009 UM-D graduate with a Biochemistry major, is a 3rd year medical student at the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine and featured in the annual report for the school. Priscila Bercea (right), a 2009 UM-D graduate with a Microbiology major, is a student in the University of Michigan School of Public Health and was featured on the University of Michigan homepage for her work in Kenya.
Pre-med students at the University of Michigan-Dearborn have a variety of resources available to them while on campus - and beyond. In addition to the very important advising each pre-med student receives, there are a number of important ways that a student can become involved which can help with their preparation for applying to a medical school.
- health relevant student organizations
- speakers, networking opportunities, and shadowing
- option to participate in research
- alumni connections
- relationship with UM-Ann Arbor's OB-GYN
- complete a Medical Sciences Certificate
Like most colleges and universities, the University of Michigan-Dearborn does not have a degree program for Pre-Med students. Pre-Med students are advised to complete a list of required and recommended courses as they complete their degree program. Their degree program often is in one of the scientific fields, but that is not required.