The Biomedical Sciences undergraduate curriculum consists of human-oriented basic science courses that can be tailored to an individual’s career interests.
For example, pre-dental students can take courses such as head and neck anatomy, oral histology, and craniofacial development and genetics. Pre-medical students may wish to take advantage of human-oriented classes in pharmacology, pathology, histology, human physiology, and human anatomy, including a course in which human cadavers are dissected.
As a result, undergraduate students in the Department of Biomedical Sciences are well-prepared for a wide variety of health care career paths.
Below are curriculum plans for the Biomedical Sciences undergraduate programs:
Biomedical Sciences: Pre-Med/Pre-Dent/Pre-Grad School and Typical BISC Student
Biomedical Sciences: Direct Admit Physical Therapy
Biomedical Sciences: Pre-Physician Assistant
Biomedical Sciences: Pre-Dental Scholars
Course descriptions for all Biomedical Sciences courses may be found in the College of Health Sciences Bulletin.