Health Professional Preparation
Preparing students for success in the health professions
Pre-health advising services support students who are studying health professions at Shoreline or who are preparing to pursue a health professional degree at other schools. Our dedicated advisors have extensive knowledge of many health professional programs, including those at the University of Washington, and can help students with course planning, career exploration, and healthcare work experience.
We support students interested in all health career fields with:
- Specialized advising to select the right classes and prepare for successful admission to a professional program
- Free tutoring
- Presentations and information sessions on health topics
- Post-Baccalaureate Studies for students who already have bachelor’s degrees
- Student clubs and events dedicated to the health professions
Learn more about Shoreline's Health Degrees and Certificates:
Bachelor’s-Level Planning Guides:
Master’s- & Doctoral-Level Planning Guides:
These health professions generally require students to complete a Bachelor's degree before entering the professional school, which is either a Master’s degree or a Doctoral degree. It is important to begin prerequisite courses during your Associates degree while at Shoreline Community College. Once your Associates degree is completed, transfer to a university for a Bachelor's degree and additional prerequisite courses.