Do you want to craft your own curriculum?
Do you want to graduate college with hands-on job experience?
Do you want professors who never turn down the chance for a one-on-one conversation?
Washington College supports a wide range of pre-professional programs. Students can select any major, while also enjoying the expertise of a dedicated advisor to prepare them for graduate school admission into these professional areas.
Washington College’s Pre-Health Professions Programs prepare undergraduates for careers as physicians, dentists, optometrists, podiatrists, pharmacists, nurses, and veterinarians, as well as allied health careers such as physician assistants, physical therapists, occupational therapists, athletic trainers, and many more.Learn more about Pre-Health Opportunities
While “pre-law” is not a major, several majors including economics, English, environmental studies, political science, philosophy, and sociology—provide an excellent foundation for law school, and our minor in Justice, Law & Society offers national and global perspectives on criminal justice, civil liberties, ethical conduct, social welfare, and more. Our liberal arts curriculum, with its emphasis on critical thinking and effective oral and written communication, will help you hone the skills you will need to perform well on the LSAT, secure admission to law school, and succeed in the legal profession.Learn more about Pre-Law Opportunities
Beyond the classroom
The Institute for Religion, Politics and Culture offers internships and study abroad opportunities.
The Goldstein Program in Public Affairs brings the world to Chestertown.
Nationally Competitive Opportunities could come your way if you excel in the classroom and demonstrate a passion for your field of study.