Transition to Health Professional School

Pre-Health Articulation Agreements

The Viterbo University School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering offers a variety of pre-health articulation agreements. These agreements provide students with opportunities to pursue careers in medicine, physician assistant, pharmacy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, and dentistry. Depending upon the program, students may be able to obtain guaranteed acceptance and early entrance based on their undergraduate academic portfolio. These opportunities include a variety of 3+ programs where students can matriculate after completing three years of undergraduate studies at Viterbo University. Finally, we can tailor specific articulation agreements with a variety of professional programs allowing Viterbo University students to earn their bachelor’s degree while completing their first year of professional school. Below is a list of current official articulation agreement programs. For additional information regarding these agreements please contact Michael Alfieri (, 608-796-3465).

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM)

An Early Acceptance Program (EAP) was developed between LECOM and Viterbo that grants qualified students a provisional early acceptance to LECOM’s School of Pharmacy, School of Dental Medicine, or College of Osteopathic Medicine. In some cases, these programs will permit the student to start the professional program prior to receiving a bachelor's degree from the undergraduate institution (i.e., 3+ programs).

Application to the EAP is separate from the application to Viterbo University. A student may apply for EAP consideration as a high school senior. While current Viterbo students may apply, they should contact Viterbo Pre-Health Committee to see if they qualify.  This program is not available to anyone with a bachelor' or higher degree.

School of Health Professions and School of Pharmacy at Concordia University, WI

Medical College of Wisconsin

Logan College of Chiropractic

Palmer College of Chiropractic