Biomedical Sciences

The student will select a major advisor, and the student and his/her major advisor, along with an advisory committee will formulate a plan of study. The advisory committee will assist the student during the entire program.

M.S., Major in Biomedical Sciences requirements: 30 credits

Foundation Course
BMS 604Fundamentals Of Cell And Molecular Biology3
Tool Course
IDC 601Responsible Conduct of Research1
Elective Courses
Choose 2 courses (6 credits minimum), from the following:
Fundamentals of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Pathology
Fundamentals of Hearing
Advanced Cell and Molecular Biology
Advanced Topics in Molecular Structure/Function
Advanced Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology
Advanced Topics in Physiology
Advanced Topics in Morphology and Anatomy
Advance Topics in Neuroscience
Directed Independent Study
Human Neuroanatomy
Introduction to Biostatistics for the Biomedical Sciences
Research Methods
Research Writing
Repeating Courses
BMS 791Seminar (every semester)4
BMS 792Journal Club (every semester)4
BMS 797Directed Independent Research3-6
Degree Completion Course
BMS 799Master's Thesis 11-3