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Health Professions Program
The University's Health Professions Program can aid you in your pursuit of a medical career. While students from any division of the University can elect to complete courses required to be considered for admission to medical and other schools of health professions, Chemistry is a strongly recommended major. Students in the chemistry program at Carnegie Mellon obtain the in-depth background in subjects that are vital for successful careers in medicine or medical research (e.g. through M.D./Ph.D programs).

Students interested in pursuing careers in medicine should consult the director of the Health Professions Program for specific recommendations and other details.

Health Professions Program
Doherty Hall 1325
(412) 268-8494
Dr. Justin Crowley, Director
jcrowley@andrew.cmu.edu

Interdisciplinary Programs
One of the greatest strengths of studying chemistry at Carnegie Mellon is the opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary studies with other departments.

For example, chemistry majors have undertaken research in:
Biological Sciences (including biochemistry)
Mathematical Sciences
Physics
Materials Science and Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering

You may also get an interdisciplinary degree through these programs:
Bachelor of Science and Arts Degree Program
Science and Humanities Scholars Program

See also the catalog descriptions for the Bachelor of Science and Arts Degree and Science and Humanities Scholars Programs.

Teaching Certification
Certification to teach at the secondary level is available through Chatham, a neighboring college. See your advisor for details.

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