While choosing a Pre-Professional program and completing the plan does not guarantee admission into a professional program, the designed curriculum does help Capital students gain the knowledge and skills needed for their future careers. Students have the option of choosing a Pre-Health, Pre-Law, or Pre-Seminary path. A Pre-Professional path is a set of courses that students should take if they plan on taking the exam and entering Law school, or medical school, after they graduate. At Capital, faculty work directly with students to guide them through their academic career and prepare them for their futures. Faculty serve as academic advisors, mentors, and are the biggest advocates for their students.
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More than 80% of Pre-Medicine Capital students who Apply to Medical School are Accepted
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Only minutes away from the state and city government, along with the top legal firms in central Ohio, Capital students have the unique opportunity to learn from and network with legal professionals while earning their degree. With Capital’s 3+3 Pre-Law Program, students can earn their B.A./J.D. in six years and save a year of time and tuition. The American Bar Association recommends a liberal arts background for admission to law school.
Students interested in a Pre-Health path are planning a future where they positively impact the health of individuals and communities. Graduate education will lead them to become innovative and effective health professionals. Students at Capital take classes to prepare them for further education by learning the fundamentals of science within a context of a well-rounded education. Capital’s diversity of faculty interests, training and experience provides students with the best possible preparation for a challenging career in healthcare.
- Pre-Occupational Therapy
- Pre-Physicians Assistant
- Pre-Physical Therapy
- Pre-Public Health
- Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Capital’s religion faculty administers the Pre-Seminary path, in which students from any major may work toward admission to seminary programs and employment in a wide range of professional ministry settings. Thousands of pastors and theological scholars have received their Pre-Seminary education at Capital. Admission officers at seminaries are interested in mature students with good relational skills, good communication skills, a solid liberal arts background and commitment to the church.