Health Professions Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

This program has been discontinued as of March 2017

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Health Professions Post-Baccalaureate (Post-Bacc) Certificate Program is an intensive, one-year program designed to prepare individuals to enter into a health professions program. Through this program, potential health professions students will complete the necessary prerequisite coursework required for admissions and/or to enhance their credentials for admission into a health professions program such as:

  • Medical/DO school
  • Physician Assistant school
  • Physical Therapy school
  • Possible other tracks: Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, or Dental school

Program Faculty & Staff

Peggy Batten, Professor of Mathematics

Dr. Peggy Batten

Professor of Mathematics
(910) 630-7131
Dr. Clay Britton, Associate Professor of Biology

Dr. Clay Britton

Associate Professor of Biology
(910) 630-7451
Stephanie Hooper Marosek, Associate Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Stephanie Hooper Marosek

Wyatt Professor of the Sciences
(910) 630-7457
Eun Hoo Kim, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Eun Hoo Kim

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
(910) 630-7433
Mark Kline, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Dr. Mark Kline

Chair, Psychology
(910) 480-8470
Dr. Rob McCandless, Chair, Department of Biology

Dr. Rob McCandless

Chair, Biology
(910) 630-7247
Shivappa Palled, Professor of Mathematics

Dr. Shivappa Palled

Chair, Mathematics
(910) 630-7133
Cu Phung, Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Cu Phung

Professor of Chemistry
(910) 630-7137
Dr. Scott Robertson, Assistant Professor of Biology

Dr. Scott Robertson

Assistant Professor of Biology
(910) 482-5775
Narendra Singh, Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Narendra Singh

Chair, Chemistry & Physical Science
(910) 630-7132

Dr. Lewis Walston

Professor of Mathematics
(910) 630-7130

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