Further Your Education
Pursuing a graduate or professional degree can be an option at any stage of your career. Advice and help are available to both current students and alumni.
Exploring graduate school?
The Office of Career Services is a good starting point. Career Specialists are also ready to help students and alumni with the decision-making and application processes. Call the Career Services office for an appointment. Faculty and department heads are a valuable resource as well for advice and recommendations on graduate schools.
Publications in the Career Resource Library can help both current students and alumni target graduate programs that match career interests and needs. Information on the graduate school application process, including application and registration bulletins for the GRE, MAT, GMAT, LSAT, AHPAT, MCAT, PRAXIS, TOEFL, and TSE is also available in the Career Resource Library.
Considering a career in law?
Download a PDF copy of the Pre-Law Guide here for details on pre-law preparation and the application process. We also encourage undergraduates to make an appointment with the pre-law advisor in the Office of Career Services & Internships.
Contemplating a health care or veterinary career?
The Premedical Program website offers information on the undergraduate premedical curriculum as well as the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Certificate Program.