The One-year Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences requires the successful completion of 30 credit hours of coursework (core courses listed below), three elective credit hours (student's choice), and a final oral examination over a creative component.
The curriculum is designed to be completed in two semesters, beginning in the Fall semester (late August) and ending at the completion of the Spring semester (early May).
Students who successfully complete the requirements earn a Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences.
|Principles of Anatomy||4|
|Principles of Physiology||4|
|Basic Principles of Microbiology||3|
|Molecular and Cellular Basis of Disease||1|
Fundamentals of Biomedical Sciences
|Total Fall Credits||15|
|Principles of Pharmacology||4|
|Principles of Pathology||3|
|Total Spring Credits||15|
Elective course offerings in the spring include:
- GLOBE 330X: Global Health Disparities (3 cr.)
- BMS 401: Intro to Aquatic Animal Medicine (1 cr.)
- BMS 403: Behavior of Domestic Animals (1 cr.)
- BMS 502: Methods in Biomedical Sciences (3 cr.)
- BMS 590: Special Topics / Research (1 cr.)
- BIOL 421: Biology of Aging (3 cr.) (F)
- BIOL 459: Mammology (2 cr.)
- FSHN 367: Medical Terminology for Health Professionals (1 cr.)
- FSHN 460: Global Nutrition (3 cr.)
- FSHN 530: U.S. Health Systems and Policy (2 cr.)
- STAT 587: Statistical Methods for Research Workers (4 cr.)