A medical doctor is a person who practices allopathic medicine to treat illness and injuries. Medical doctors go to medical school after completion of specific requirements, including a Bachelor's Degree.
Explore each medical profession to see what matches your interests, skills and goals.
Then plan a time to attend a Pre-Med Information Session to begin your journey.
Pre-Medical Doctor (M.D.)
Pre-Dr. of Osteopathic (D.O.)
A doctor of osteopathic medicine is a person who practices medicine to treat illness and injuries with an emphasis on primary care. D.O. programs begin after completion of specific requirements, including a Bachelor's Degree.
Chiropractic focuses on the relationship between the body's main structures and the patient's health. Most chiropractic programs require 3 years of undergraduate education, and an increasing number require a bachelor's degree.
While concentrating primarily on structure, function, and disorders of the eye, students in a professional OD program prepare for their role as primary-care doctors protecting patients’ overall health and wellness.
A podiatrist is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), known also as a podiatric physician or surgeon, qualified by their education and training to diagnose and treat conditions affecting the foot, ankle and related structures of the leg.