Pre-Professional Courses (Non-credit)

The Office of Pre-Professional and Pre-Graduate School Programs has implemented non-credit, but mandatory, pre-professional and pre-graduate school courses. Pre-professional and pre-graduate school students are enrolled in rigorous coursework that enhances the students’ skills and fundamental knowledge in areas that are essential for successful matriculation at professional and graduate schools and assist students to score at their highest potential on standardized entrance examinations. 

 

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Freshmen pre-professional and pre-graduate school students
prepare by attending the Vocabulary Improvement Course.

 

 

Vocabulary Improvement course. The Vocabulary and Writing Improvement course is designed to help students communicate ideas clearly, effectively, and in a logical manner, both orally and in a written manner. The Writing Center will be used to reinforce concepts/knowledge learned in the classroom.

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Freshmen pre-professional and pre-graduate school students
also attend the Verbal Reasoning course.
 

 

 

Verbal Reasoning. The Verbal Reasoning course is used to improve the students’ ability to think constructively. In addition, it will increase the students’ ability to determine meaning from context, to make inferences from main ideas, to apply and compare information, and derive appropriate conclusions.

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Freshmen pre-professional and pre-graduate school students
are engaged in the Writing course.