Programs in Preparation for Other Professions
James H. and Christine Turk Berick
Center for Student Advising
403 Lerner Hall, MC 1201
The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science prepares its students to enter any number of graduate programs and professions outside of what is generally thought of as the engineering field. In an increasingly technological society, where the line between humanities and technology is becoming blurred, individuals with a thorough grounding in applied mathematics and the physical and engineering sciences find themselves highly sought after as professionals in practically all fields of endeavor.
Engineering students interested in pursuing graduate work in such areas as architecture, business, education, journalism, or law will find themselves well prepared to meet the generally flexible admissions requirements of most professional schools Undergraduate students should, however, make careful inquiry into the kinds of specific preparatory work that may be required
for admission into highly specialized programs such as medicine.