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Prospective Graduate Student Resources: Preparing for Graduate School

Graduate School Course

The University of Washington Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs offers GRDSCH 200, an online course on preparing for graduate school studies. You can read more about it here:

Pre-Health Careers

Interested in a health sciences career? Check out this pre-health advising website with information about majors, coursework, and timelines. 

Also check out the pre-health blog maintained by the UW campus in Seattle. 

Preparing for graduate school as an undergraduate

To establish the seeds of success in graduate school, starting when you are an undergraduate student is important. Even if you don't plan to apply for graduate studies immediately after your undergraduate degree, there are still important steps to take if you wish to be successful down the line.



Preparing for graduate school as a bachelor's degree holder

Working after receiving your undergraduate degree can provide useful skills that will be applicable to graduate studies. Here are some websites that will help you consider the opportunities and challenges of bachelor's degree holders returning to school. 

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