Career prospects are bright for a broad range of health care professionals. And the programs at BU College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College can give you a solid foundation and clear pathway to almost any health care profession that interests you. Occupational or physical therapist. Athletic trainer or dietitian. Public health professional, physician’s assistant, doctor, or nurse. Many pre-med students find our programs provide an excellent background for medical school.
Be well prepared to go anywhere.
No matter which career you choose, you’ll have the advantage of studying at a leading international research institution with top-ranked programs. Every aspect of your education will reflect our interdisciplinary approach: academics, research, hands-on practice, and rewarding outreach opportunities.
Ask our students and alumni about Sargent.
Here’s one of the many letters we’ve received from Sargent College students and graduates:
My name is Matthew Petersile and I was a student in your Gross Anatomy course this past spring. I am currently a first-year medical student at the Boston University School of Medicine. I wanted to let you know that your undergrad anatomy class has prepared me very well for medical school anatomy. I cannot overemphasize this point.
I am way ahead of most, if not all, of my classmates in anatomy, and I am capable of assisting my peers because of how well I understood the material from your class. Any serious medical student should absolutely take your Gross Anatomy class as an undergrad. Not only was it a great class, but it also prepared me to tackle medical school anatomy head-on.
Essentially, what I am trying to say—and I bet you have heard this many times before—is keep teaching the way you are teaching, and keep the course structured as it is, because it really does help any first-year medical student.
Learn more about our programs.
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