As new advances emerge in the biomedical field, there is an increased demand for qualified scientists to fill a number of vital roles. Morehead State's bachelor's program in biomedical sciences is developed specifically for students intent on attending medical school or a health professional school, pursuing a career as a biomedical scientist or a graduate education in biomedical disciplines. The courses are heavily weighted toward biomedical subjects, and as a student, you'll receive both lecture and hands-on experience in laboratory classes.
The biomedical sciences area of concentration was developed specifically for students who plan on attending a health professional school, students interested in a pre-med program, those pursuing a career in biomedicine or a graduate education in biomedical disciplines. The courses are heavily weighted toward biomedical subjects, and there are a number of options to specialize your degree.
You can also choose to take advantage of the 4+1 degree option , where you can earn a bachelor's and master's degree in five years.
You will need to meet MSU admission requirements.
Students who graduate from the biomedical sciences program will be prepared for post - graduate education in their chosen specialization. For more information about careers in biomedical sciences, visit the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website.
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