Seminar in Health Careers: IS 3110
Interdisciplinary Studies 3110 is Seminar in Health Careers, a 1-hour seminar course offered by the Pre-Professional Health Careers Office Director Dr. Greg Gellene.
Health Professionals present weekly seminars related to preparation, training, and activities associated with various heath careers.
Upon completion of this course, students will have a better understanding of
- the pre-requisites required for a successful application to a health profession program.
- the characteristics of a stand-out applicant to the program considered.
- the admission and evaluation process to the health career professional program considered.
- the training process for the health career program considered
- typical activities of the professionals in the program considered.
Students interested in this course are required to be of sophomore standing and a minimum 3.0 Grade Point Average.
Students who have completed the course have been very positive of their experience, with feedback including:
- "This course showed me that there are health careers perfectly matched to me."
- "I figured out a plan B for my career, which became my new plan A."
- "This (course) has been one of the most beneficial and interesting classes that I have taken at Texas Tech thus far."
- "Each week's seminar afforded me a chance to better understand and appreciate the specific roles each of these careers have in patient care, as well as the different approaches to patient care that might be held in each of these professions."
Any questions about the program, please notify the Pre-Professional Health Careers advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org.