Enhancing Career Opportunities
Prepare for acceptance to medical or dental school or for a dynamic career in a professional research environment! With a master's in biomedical sciences, your career options include:
Increased probability for acceptance to medical or dental school,
Research in the biomedical or pharmaceutical industries,
Teaching at a community college level, or small four-year college,
Working with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at the State of local level, or with organizations like the National Institute of Health (NIH), the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
If you decide to continue your education to earn a medical or dental degree, you can work in the healthcare industry and teach at a 4-year college with a graduate degree in biomedical sciences.
Barry's biomedical sciences master's is specifically designed to help you reach your goals!
If you choose to complete a research thesis, we will help you find a suitable company or institution that does research in your field of interest.
You have the option of taking a voluntary internship to gain more experience.
We limit acceptance to 40 new students per program option each year.
Class size averages 35 to 45 students per class.
All lectures and labs for the biomedical science master's program are taught by qualified professors who hold a doctorate and/or are medically trained. (Your faculty will be Ph.D.'s and M.D.'s, not graduate students.)
Record of success. Over the past 25 years, graduates from Barry's biomedical sciences program have been accepted to US and foreign medical and dental schools.
Barry continues to be ranked as the #1 university in the United States for awarding master’s of science degrees in biomedical sciences for African Americans and Hispanics, according to the 2008 Top 100 among colleges and universities by Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Barry continues to be ranked as the #1 university in the United States for awarding master's of science degrees in biomedical sciences for minority students, according to the 2010 Top 100 among colleges and universities by Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Ideal Location. South Florida is becoming one of the country's hubs for biomedical research. Research opportunities available at local biomedical industry companies can significantly enrich your learning experience. The range of possible research fields includes immunology, cancer, pharmaceuticals, pharmacokinetics, bone marrow stem cell research, leukemia, terminal diseases, cardiovascular stents, and genetics.
Ready to find out if Barry University is where you belong? You can request more information, schedule a visit, or, if you are ready, fill out an application for admission now. We look forward to helping you meet your goals!