Biomedical Science

General Science Concentration

Undergraduate Program

The General Science concentration includes additional courses in biochemistry, microbiology, immunology, physics and neuroscience. It offers a balanced approach to basic, applied and clinical science in healthcare and prepares students for a wide range of advanced studies, including graduate research, medical school, dental school, veterinary school, pharmacy school and other health-related professional schools.

Career Paths

Jobs directly after BioMed degree with a General Science concentration may include:

  • Biotechnologist

  • Healthcare positions in

    • Clinical Biochemistry

    • Genomics

    • Hematology

    • Microbiology

    • Immunology

  • Writer/Editor for scientific and technical publications

  • Medical sales representative

  • Food and drug analyst

After receiving the BS degree in BMS, a student may also pursue advanced degrees in:

  • Medicine

  • Dentistry

  • Masters or Doctorate in basic science research in any biomedical field

  • Physician assistant programs

  • Epidemiology

  • Pharmacy

  • Physical therapy

  • Veterinary medicine

  • Nursing

  • Occupational therapy

  • Exercise physiology

How to Apply

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The BS in Biomedical Science is a 125-semester credit curriculum with three major components: major requirements (75 credits, including 56 credits of the major core courses and 19 credits of the concentration courses), core general education courses (41 credits), and free electives (9 credits).

Department of 

Biomedical Science 
         General Science 

         Integrative Health Science

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Major Core Courses (56 credits)

  • Biology (14 credits)
  • Chemistry  (16 credits)
  • Human Body and Health Science (11 credits)
  • BMS Professionalism and Research (15 credits)
Major Courses for Concentration in General Science (19 credits)

General Education Core (41 Credits)

The College requires that all undergraduate students, regardless of major, complete core general education courses in nine distributions. Students in the Biomedical Science program can meet the Nature Science distribution requirement through their major courses. As a result, the BMS program requires 41 general education credits from the Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) program.

Free Electives (9 credits)

Students are free to choose 9 credits from the following Biomedical Science elective courses or any other college level courses offered by the College.

Elective Courses for Biomedical Science 

Biomedical  Science for

Integrative  Health Science

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