While students cannot major in medicine at the undergraduate level, pursuing a pre-med track on top of major coursework in another area prepares students for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) and, ultimately, medical school admission. The general pre-med track consists of required courses such as biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, physics, math, and English. Keep in mind that any major can be completed on a pre-med track, including all of the other ones listed in this guide. Students have the option to study abroad during their education. After completing medical school, doctors can choose to work overseas or go into the ﬁeld of medical research. There are also many opportunities to work with nonproﬁts such as Doctors without Borders.