The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biomedical Sciences program prepares students for futures in a changing world by giving them a strong academic foundation in the sciences as well as the skills required to be successful in a wide variety of health professions careers.
To see a sample plan of study, download the Biomedical Sciences program profile.
About the Program
The program includes comprehensive coursework in applied biology related to health and diseases. It will prepare students for preprofessional and clinical science careers, allowing them to be successful in industry or research environments. Students who choose this major will complete a rigorous curriculum that will prepare them for careers or graduate or professional study (medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, etc.).
Students interested in research will have opportunities to work and learn alongside faculty in our state-of-the-art labs.
After completing the program, students can continue on to graduate or professional study, or they can immediately enter the workforce. Graduates of this program will be well-equipped for biomedical career opportunities, including research, health care, forensic science, biotechnology, product sales, services dealing with analysis, assessment and inspection and much more.
Graduates of the biomedical sciences program will:
- Demonstrate an interdisciplinary understanding of biology, chemistry and physics
- Apply critical thinking and problem solving skill to the sciences
- Conduct and analyze meaningful research
- Confidently enter into a graduate or professional program in biomedical sciences or health care
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