EDGE Pre-Professional Development
The Creighton EDGE offers pre-professional development opportunities for our current students through a variety of ways. From one-on-one advising to pre-professional Learning Communities and experiential learning, the EDGE provides students with the resources and information to explore their professional interests.
The EDGE provides pre-health advising for students interested in pursuing professional school in any number of healthcare fields.
The EDGE provides pre-law advising for students with an interest in pursuing a career in law.
The Pre-Health Learning Community (PHLC 200) is designed for students in their sophomore year to explore and discern their professional interests.
The Pre-Pharmacy Seminars (PRX 100 and PRX 200) are designed for students applying to pharmacy school within two years.
The Pre-Occupational Therapy Seminar (POPT 300) is designed for students applying to occupational therapy programs.
The Pre-Medical Seminar (PMED 300) is designed for students applying to medical school.
The Pre-Physician Assistant Seminar (PPA 300) is designed for students applying to physician assistant programs.
The Pre-Physical Therapy Seminar (PPT 300) is designed for students applying to physical therapy programs.
The Pre-Dental Seminar (PDDS 300) is designed for students applying to dental school.
The Pre-Law Seminars (PLAW 200 and PLAW 300) are designed for students to explore and discern their professional interests, and prepare for applying to law school.
The EDGE Scholars Program offers students an opportunity to explore career interests.
The EDGE Internship Program offers students unique and challenging employment opportunities on campus.
- Explore the profession and discern its fit to the student’s interests and skills.
- Students will feel more confident in knowing how to explore the profession of their choice.
- Students will feel more confident in their understanding of how to function in a professional environment.
- Students will shadow a professional in their field of interest, gaining a stronger understanding of the profession.
- Students will have a stronger understanding of the academic and co-curricular requirements for admission to their professional program.
- Students will develop relevant application materials.
- Students will feel more confident they have an appropriate timeline and plan for the successful completion of an application.