Degree Program Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences
Learn how core biological sciences apply to human and animal health and disease at the molecular, cellular, and systemic levels.
Begin your studies with foundational science courses.
Align your academic interests with your career goals with a concentration in anatomy and physiology, microbiology and infectious disease, or environmental public health.
Find unique career opportunities in health and medicine. All three concentrations provide the prerequisites necessary for applying to graduate school and professional programs, like medical, veterinary, or pharmacy school.
The biomedical sciences major is a competitive major. Competitive majors have additional admission requirements, such as a higher GPA or additional coursework.
Our program is changing
Students entering in Fall 2020 can declare a major in biomedical sciences with a concentration. Students who declared a major in microbiology, environmental health, or biomedical sciences for Spring 2020 or earlier, please contact your academic advisor for current program information.
The Department of Biomedical Sciences offers undergraduate through postdoctoral education guided by dedicated faculty who pursue translational research in the disciplines of anatomy, neurobiology, pharmacology, physiology, and reproductive biology. More than 30 specialty laboratories allow students to gain hands-on learning experiences tailored to individualized interests and goals in human and animal health and disease.
Have questions about the program, application process, career interests, or tuition and financial aid? Fill out the contact form to get in touch with our program staff.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Explore the Cost and Financial Aid page to understand cost of attendance, learn how to apply for financial aid, explore scholarship opportunities, and get the most out of your investment in your college experience.
Visit the Office of Financial Aid to apply for financial aid opportunities like scholarships, grants, loans, and student employment, understand tuition, fees, and the billing process, and find other financial aid resources.
Fort Collins, Colorado
Fort Collins blends education and industry, hard work and outdoor recreation, tradition and progress. If you’re looking for a college experience with the perfect fusion of culture, opportunity and adventure, Fort Collins is where you’ll find it.
Located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins provides extensive access to hundreds of miles of trails for biking and hiking, world-class fishing and rock climbing, and camping, all in an area with over 300 days of sun per year.