Pre-Professional Programs

Follow your calling

Do you know the specific career path you want to pursue? These programs provide the necessary grounding in a specific field and prepare you to apply to professional schools upon completing your bachelor’s degrees.

Pre-Engineering

Pre-Engineering

Combine a pre-engineering path with an applied math, chemistry, geophysics or biochemistry major. We partner with the Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University, the University of Mississippi and Columbia University.

Pre-Health

Pre-Health

Pre-health tracks include dentistry, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy and veterinary medicine. Millsaps has cooperative agreements for automatic acceptance with schools across the region.

Pre-Law

Pre-Law

Pre-law at Millsaps gives you an edge. Law schools prize the ability to think, critically analyze information and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Every major at Millsaps ensures you will develop these skills.

Pre-Ministerial

Pre-Ministerial

Our pre-ministerial program is distinguished by a core curriculum infused with a spirit of philosophical and religious inquiry. We have produced more United Methodist bishops than any other college or university in the country.

Self-Designed Major

Self-Designed Major

Design a major to best fit your personality, career goals and specific educational needs. Previous self-designed majors include international health and economics, global language studies and environmental studies.

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Millsaps was a transformative institution for me. I always knew I wanted to teach at a liberal arts college like it when I finished graduate school.

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Millsaps Approves New Majors and Master’s Programs

Millsaps Approves New Majors and Master’s Programs

Keeping with our vision to produce informed, creative-thinking and versatile people who are career-ready, Millsaps College recently expanded its curriculum by approving six new majors for undergraduates and two new master’s degree programs.

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