Biomedical Sciences Curriculum
The Biomedical Sciences Curriculum consists of 123 credit hours. The curriculum is designed to prepare you for a multitude of options after graduation. These include medical school, dentistry school, physical therapy, biomedical research, pharmaceutical discovery & development, and much more!
Small class sizes and dedicated faculty will set you up for success as you participate in cadaver dissections, DNA Cloning, cell cultures and many more hands-on experiences throughout the curriculum. Conducting your own field research experience and prepping for professional school entrance exams will help you succeed in any field after you graduate.
Upon completion of the program the student will:
1. Demonstrate knowledge of a wide spectrum of principles underlying biomedical sciences.
2. Apply principles of biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics to the study and interpretation of human health and disease.
3. Apply mechanisms of physiology and biochemistry to maintenance of body homeostasis.
4. Pursue scientific inquiry through research experiences and interpretation of findings.
5. Explain genetic processes and environmental influences on health and disease.
6. Utilize critical thinking to analyze and solve problems related to biomedical science.
7. Demonstrate preparedness for pursuing graduate study or employment in biomedical sciences or related fields.
8. Develop basic biomedical research skills through basic sciences and/or clinical research related to human health and disease.
9. Consider philosophical, ethical, political, legal and social issues associated with research in the biomedical sciences.
- Public Health
- Social Sciences
- Healthcare Management
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