Master's Degree in Biomedical Sciences

Curriculum

The curriculum represents an intense program of study that provides a broad biomedical education. It is delivered by an international team of expert faculty at a level consistent with the first year of medical/dental school. Students in their respective track are required to take the following courses:

Medical

  • BMS 527 Biochemistry I (3)
  • BMS 528 Biochemistry II (3)
  • BMS 547 Neuroanatomy (5)
  • BMS 550 Histology and Cell Biology (4)
  • BMS 553 Health Law and Ethics (3)
  • BMS 590 Gross Anatomy (6)
  • BMS 595 Human Physiology (6)
  • BMS Electives (6)
  • CMP 699 BMS Comprehensive Exam (CR/NC)

Total Credits (36)

Dental

  • BMS 527 Biochemistry I (3)
  • BMS 528 Biochemistry II (3)
  • BMS 547 Neuroanatomy (5)
  • BMS 550 Histology and Cell Biology (4)
  • BMS 555 Immunology (3)
  • BMS 559 General Dentistry-Principles (3)
    and Practices
  • BMS 591 Gross Anatomy (6)
  • BMS 595 Human Physiology (6)
  • BMS Elective (3)
  • CMP 699 BMS Comprehensive Exam (CR/NC)

Total Credits (36)

Research

  • BMS 527 Biochemistry I (3)
  • BMS 528 Biochemistry II (3)
  • BIOE 521 Laboratory Safety: Principles (3)
    and Practices
  • BIOE 545 Microtechnique (3)
  • BMS 553 Health Law and Ethics (3)
  • HAS 535 Applied Biostatistics (3)

or

  • BIOE 648 Epidemiology (3)
  • BMS 507 Basic Research Methodology (3)
  • BMS 675 Research (3)
  • BMS Electives+ (12)
  • BIOE 671 Capstone (CR/NC)

Total Credits 36