A career in the medical profession will test your mental, physical, and emotional well-being maybe more than most
vocational pursuits. It will be essential that you maximize your awareness, make informed judgments, pay attention to
details, minimize errors, and excel academically.
Why choose Pre-Med at Clearwater Christian?
- Discover how to handle the faith challenges in the field of nature sciences
- Experienced faculty who serve both as your classroom and lab instructor
- Develop ethical standards based on the Word of God
- Growing alumni base in various medical professions
Students pursuing the Pre-Med program are strongly recommended to complete coursework through physics and
pre-calculus in high school science and mathematics. Inability to do so may require additional preparatory classes.
Pre-Med majors are expected to establish and maintain a 3.5 GPA by the time they earn their sixtieth credit hour.
In addition, pre-med majors are expected to have a desire to understand the intricacies of the human body and
to help mankind deal with the effects of sin on their bodies.
Interesting Classes I Might Take
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Organic Chemistry
- Foundations/Ethics of Science
- Cell Biology
In addition to the faculty mentioned above, Mrs. Michelle Newell is also teaching a class included in the Pre-Med major.
What can I do with a major in Pre-Med?
- Medical Research
- Lab technician
- Physician's assistant
- and more
(some with further study)
What are CCC Pre-Med graduates doing now?
Employers: Doctor, physician assistant, ophthalmologist, nursing research, chiropractor, dentist,
engineer, lawyer, pharmaceutical research, and missionary
Graduate schools: Barry University, Medical College of the Armed Forces, Nova Southeastern, Medical School of
South Carolina, Ohio State University, Regents University, St. Leo University, St. George University,
St. Louis University, Trevecca Nazarene University, University of Florida, University of Indiana,
University of Maryland, University of North Carolina, and University of South Florida