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:
Frequently asked questions about tracking pre-medical studies and pre-dental studies as a biomedical sciences student.
Course descriptions for all Biomedical Sciences courses may be found in the College of Health Sciences Bulletin.
Below are helpful resources for helping you learn about available minors and their requirements: