The Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences program prepares graduates for entry into the biomedical science workforce or for graduate and professional study in the health professions. This program is built on a strong clinical and biomedical sciences curriculum that includes advanced coursework in physiology, pharmacology, clinical biochemistry, medical microbiology and immunology, and the pathological basis of disease; all taught in an integrated systems-based approach that focuses on human health, disease, and wellness. Furthermore, numerous elective options allow students to incorporate many of the prerequisites for graduate program admission into the biomedical sciences program of study. This allows students to create a tailored undergraduate educational experience to prepare for further study in an area of choice; such as physician assistant studies, medicine, dentistry, optometry, physical therapy, biotechnology, clinical laboratory science, genetic counseling, and many more.
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