Undergraduate Degree Program & Credential Offerings
Pre-Professional programs are undergraduate career tracks that prepare you for professional degrees after your bachelor’s. TMU offers career tracks like pre-dental, pre-medical, pre-nursing, pre-veterinary medicine, and pre-physical therapy, as well as business and engineering fields like pre-engineering, pre-law, or accounting; and teaching credential programs.
In addition to being widely recognized for top academic achievement and professional excellence, graduates are also sought by employers due to their biblically-motivated work ethic, deep critical thinking abilities, uncompromising integrity, appreciation and respect for the arts. These are some of the unique benefits of a Christian liberal arts university education. See the highlighted programs below.
Business & Law
The top-ranked School of Business offers small class sizes, a top-ranked liberal arts curriculum, and top faculty to ensure individual teacher-student mentorship and a world-class level of scholarship. The personalized learning environments and innovative resources prepare students to handle the business challenges of tomorrow with integrity and leadership.
The Department of Mathematics in TMU’s School of Science, Mathematics, Technology, & Health challenges and prepares students for STEM careers that are in rapid growth and high demand.
TMU programs are uniquely dedicated to academic excellence and real-world career preparation while simultaneously developing lifelong patterns of intellectual growth while being uncompromising in the faith. The School of Science, Mathematics, Technology & Health boasts a 95% medical school acceptance rate and is ranked a top 10 Christian University and ranked in the top 15% of College with the Best Academics in California (Niche.com, 2019).
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Alumni Focus: Matt Fukuda, Pre-Medicine
When Matt Fukuda was in high school, he came down from his home in Seattle to visit a few Christian colleges in Southern California. He had an interest in medicine, and he liked the idea of sunny Los Angeles weather, but he had no specific ideas about where he wanted to go and what he wanted to do during (and after) his college years….Read the Article
Early Action Admissions
Opens Oct 1