Outside the Classroom Learning
Medical Field Interests
When you hear the term "medical field", you may think about physicians or nurses, but there are many other occupations in health care to consider. Our Pre-Health Advisor can help you explore all that the rich field of the Allied Health Professions has to offer.
Many students attending the University of Nebraska at Omaha are interested in a career in medicine. UNO wants to be sure you succeed, and offers a Pre-Medicine Advising Program.
This program provides resources to help you answer questions such as:
- Is a medical career the right path for me?
- Are there ways to volunteer in medical fields while I’m still a student?
- How do I apply to medical school?
The purpose of the Pre-Health Professionals Club is to expose members to multiple careers and elements in the field of healthcare through speaker presentations and healthcare-related events, as well as providing a resource for students who are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare.
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