The School of Medicine’s Professional Programs consist of seven undergraduate, graduate and professional programs: Exercise Physiology; Health Informatics and Information Management; Immunology and Medical Microbiology; Medical Laboratory Sciences; Occupational Therapy; Pathologists’ Assistant; and Physical Therapy.
The undergraduate programs of Exercise Physiology, Immunology and Medical Microbiology, and Medical Laboratory Science are stand-alone undergraduate degrees as well as excellent preparatory pathways into many advanced degrees such as medicine, dentistry, chiropractic medicine, optometry, veterinary science, physical therapy, physicians’ assistant, pathologists’ assistant and other graduate programs. Students interested in attending one of these or other professional programs can select one of the School of Medicine's three undergraduate preparatory programs. Check out Exercise Physiology, Immunology & Medical Microbiology and Medical Laboratory Science below for more information.
Where will you live on campus?
Finding the right residence hall is a very important decision. We have the right choice for our Health Professions students in the Health Professions Living-Learning Community (LLC).
The Health Professions LLC is located in Brooke Tower, only a short walk or PRT ride to the Health Sciences Center. Brooke Tower has newly renovated study space and an Academic Success Center.
Selecting this living experience will be a unique experience giving you the opportunity to live and study with like-minded students who are all in health or related majors. You will be able to participate in distinctive programming that is only open to residents of this LLC. You will be able to interact with faculty and healthcare professionals and attend workshops designed to help you prepare for graduate or professional programs.
For more information or to make this selection, please visit https://housing.wvu.edu/housing-options/living-and-learning-communities.