Career Counselor & Employment Coach
Maplewood, New Jersey
Fatema, Catrina gave you some great advice. However, if you want to take PR and take Pre-Med classes in order to decide during college what career to pursue, it would best to look at the admissions requirements and level of flexibility different schools offer in terms of taking courses at differing schools within the same college. Public Relations or Communications majors will be found in the School of Arts & Sciences (Liberal Arts). The Pre-Med courses might be in a different division of the school. Some colleges and universities make it difficult to cross over and take classes of their different programs. This is especially true of schools in which you have to be admitted to one division of the school rather than the college in general. Also, some colleges may not have a strong Pre-med program such as Rutgers U in New Jersey has, for example. Or they may not offer a PR major or even classes in PR. So, best to do some detailed review of the curriculums & major offerings of the colleges you're interested in applying to. I hope this helps!