Step 1: Selecting your courses → Step 2: Defining your Learning Objectives → Step 3: Background Information → Step 4: Long Range Goals → Step 5: Internship or Independent Study → Step 6: Capstone Project → Step 7: Course Charts → Step 8: Final Steps
What do you want to do after you graduate with your Bachelor’s in INDS?
Graduate School? Job?
- If you will be applying to graduate schools, have you checked to make sure you have taken the pre-requisite courses? The Office for Academic and Pre-Professional Advising can help.
What kind of career would you like to have in the future?
- Have you done some research on what is required to prepare for this career?
What is your back up plan?
- Medical schools often ask in interviews what you plan to do if you are not accepted to medical school – they are testing to see if you are committed to the profession as a whole, resourceful, and persistent. A Med School Plan B might include work as an EMT or graduate school in a Masters of Public Health (MPH) program.