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B.S. in Biomedical Science Degree


Biomedical Sciences  students standing before a research poster

The Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science degree provides a deep and practical knowledge of contemporary biology for students interested in careers as researchers, health professionals, science educators, and laboratory personnel. The focus is on molecules, cells, microbes, and human biology and health. The curriculum is research-rich and skills-laden. All graduates complete an internship or conduct original research as part of their education.

  • Human biology and disease frame the study of biology
  • Focus: cells, molecular biology, disease and new health breakthroughs
  • Emphasis is on development of marketable hands-on lab skills for a variety of fields
  • Careers in biotech, medicine, health research, microbiology, forensics, genomics, and genetics

All degrees require a minimum of 120 credit hours, excluding developmental courses. A minimum of 39 credit hours must be advanced level. View the degree plan.