Traditional Four Year Student Advisement Program
program works with typical undergraduate (science or non-science major)
students in their preparation toward entrance into health professional
schools. Students are advised throughout their fours years about academic
prerequisites and other necessary credentials for entrance into these
Allied Health Advisement
health student has an academic advisor in their major plus a pre-allied
health advisor, who will insure that the student knows what courses
are required for admission to allied health programs. A pre-allied
health student can major in any discipline in which they are interested;
they cannot major in allied health.
The Albert Einstein Medical Center Shadowing Program
This program was developed to provide another type of mentoring experience
for students interested in pursing a career in medicine. This is a
one-semester program for interested students. Selected students commit
to a minimum of four hours one day per week. They are assigned a resident
or fellow to follow during their time at Einstein. This is an excellent
program that affords exposure to all aspects of a physician, including
surgery, clinic, rounds, etc.
Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Certificate Program
This program affords individuals an opportunity to change career
paths and enter the health professions. The program not only provides
students with the necessary prerequisites, but also offers them
the same support and advisement as the traditional four-year student. This program has an Accelerated Acceptance Program with Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.