The Pre-Allied Health Professions Advising program provides guidance to students who are interested in a career in the allied health professions. Some examples of allied health professionals include nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physical therapists, nuclear medicine technologists, pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, medical technologists, cytotechnologists, exercise physiologists, public health administrators, biotechnologists, etc. Stonehill College has affiliation agreements with certain professional programs that may help you accomplish your goals. Students are not obligated to attend our affiliated schools and are welcome to apply to the programs of their choice. Pre-Allied Health Professions Advising will assist in the selection of appropriate pre-requisite courses and recommend others that are beneficial to applicants.
The Pre-Health Professions Advising program provides guidance to those students who intend on pursuing a career as an allopathic (MD) or osteopathic (DO) physician, dentist, optometrist, podiatrist, chiropractor, or veterinarian. Stonehill does not offer a major in any one of the pre-health disciplines. Instead, students planning on pursuing a career in any of the health professions most commonly major in one of the sciences (Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, or Neuroscience). However, choosing to major in a non-science discipline is certainly a viable option. Regardless of the major you choose, what is important is that you take the appropriate tests (MCAT, DAT, or OAT) or other prerequisites for the professional schools to which you intend to apply.
The Pre-Law Advising program is designed to provide important information to students regarding law school admissions and future careers in the law. There is no required academic program for pre-law students; however, there are a number of courses at Stonehill that may be of interest to students who wish to pursue the law as a career. The Pre-Law Advising program provides a step-by-step guide to help students learn about the legal industry, the Law School Admissions Council, preparing for the LSAT, and applying to law school.
The Teacher Licensure Advising program provides guidance to students who are interested in a career in education. Requirements differ from one state to another. The program at Stonehill currently satisfies the Massachusetts and ICC requirements. ICC (Interstate Certification Compact) approval provides for licensure in over 30 states.