I'm a Microbiology major, and there's this entirely "separate" major that my university lists: "Microbiology with a Pre-Professional Concentration." I looked into it, and the only difference between what I'm doing now and the "pre-professional" major is a class called "An Overview of Select Medical Careers." Apparently I was supposed to take it my freshman year, but didn't-- oops. As far as I can tell, the class basically tells you about the different careers you can have in medicine, and "how to get into med school." My pre-med adviser is pushing me to take it. Personally, I already know what I want to do in medicine, and I'm pretty sure I can figure out "how to get into med school" without a class, like people have been doing for years. Basically, I was just wondering if any other universities have something like this, and if it's worth my time, or if I should just stick with figuring it out on my own.