Study human or animal gross anatomy, neuroanatomy, physiology and pathophysiology, along with electives specific to your interests and goals.
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.
Senior capstone integrates understanding pathophysiology and the biological mechanisms of disease
State-of-the-art lab facilities
Cadaver-based human and animal anatomy
The Department of Biomedical Sciences is home to more than 30 specialty laboratories involved in cutting-edge research. The research focal areas include anatomical teaching and services, cardiovascular physiology, neuroscience, and reproductive biology.
Students have the opportunity to take the Research in Biomedical Sciences course and learn how to properly keep a laboratory notebook, develop and test protocols, gather data to test hypotheses, analyze data, participate in lab meetings, and communicate research findings.
Independent study and thesis project opportunities are also available.
Coursework is designed to prepare students for health-related professions, and professional and graduate programs. An undergraduate degree in biomedical sciences prepares students for a wide variety of opportunities with a basis in cellular and molecular biology, human/animal anatomy, and physiology.
- Human Medicine
- Biomedical Sales and Marketing
- Science Teaching
- Chiropractic Medicine
- Veterinary Medicine
- Laboratory Careers
- Physical Therapy
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