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We Mold Critical Thinkers and Caring Leaders

Biomedical sciences education goes beyond the textbooks and arithmetic. Our program prepares graduates for handling real-world situations with a human touch while upholding the highest professional standards. Our Biomedical Sciences curriculum consists of general education courses in the areas of religion, history, communication, mathematics, fitness, and humanities. The program consists of 43 credit hours spanning courses in biology, chemistry and physics, health science, such as epidemiology, and courses studying the US healthcare systems. Our students also select elective courses according to their personal and professional interests.

Course Info and Curriculum Sequence

Course descriptions, curriculum sequence, complete curriculum requirements,  and other detailed curriculum information can be found in our Academic Catalog.


Additional Curriculum Information

We want to prepare you to achieve your goals after you've earned your health sciences degree.  Here are some things to consider as you progress the Bachelor of Sciences in Health Sciences program.

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