The Dorman Honors College offers both regular and accelerated/combined programs in Medicine, Dentistry, Optometry, Physical Therapy (Doctor of Physical Therapy), and Law. In accelerated programs, students complete all of their General University requirements and most of the major courses in three years at NJIT. The first year of professional school completes the Bachelors( BA/BS) degree requirements.
The Albert Dorman Honors College considers for admission students who have strong academic records - minimum SAT-Composite Score (CR+Math) of 1300 or ACT of 29, B+ average, history of leadership and service to the community. Exceptionally qualified candidates may apply to an accelerated program of their choice at the same time as they apply to NJIT and the Honors College through the Common Application.
Isaac Daudelin '14, who participated in the MD-PhD Program through Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, is just one of the successful students taking part in the Albert Dorman Honors College's pre-health program. You can read more about the Albert Dorman Honors College's Pre-Health Path and Pre-Health Admissions Process, as well as the featured pre-health major, BioPhysics.
Alison Lefkovitz, director of the NJIT's Pre-Law program, looks forward to guiding students to a successful career in law. You can read more about the Albert Dorman Honors College's Pre-Law Path and Pre-Law Admissions Process here.