Barry University’s Master of Biomedical Sciences Program ranked No. 1 in the US

Barry University’s Master of Biomedical Sciences Program ranked No. 1 in the US

MIAMI (March 15, 2017) — Barry University’s Master of Biomedical Sciences Program (BMS) has been ranked by as the No. 1 biomedical sciences graduate program in the country. Barry is one of only two Florida colleges or universities to make the top eight. The program’s No. 1 ranking is based on student reviews submitted to the website prior to March 2017.

According to, “Barry University takes the No. 1 spot on our list with a Student Score of 86.41 and a 100 percent recommendation rate.”

“It is exciting to see the hard work of the students, faculty and staff pay off. The Barry BMS team remains committed to helping our students achieve their long-term goals,” said Dr. John McFadden, dean of Barry University’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

The list ranks the top eight schools that offer graduate degrees in biomedical sciences. Barry ranked higher than any other prestigious program, including those offered by the University of Pennsylvania and Texas A & M University-College Station.

“After having only been a student in Barry University’s master’s in biomedical sciences program for one semester, I have not only received a quality education but I have also been challenged academically,” said Barry student Katie Preston. “This program allows students to engage in rigorous coursework and studies emulating what first year medical school or dental school students are taking.”

To read more student reviews, click here.

About Barry University

Founded in 1940 by the Adrian Dominican Sisters, Barry University offers more than 100 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs. Based in Miami, Fla., the university is composed of two colleges and six schools in the areas of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Law, Nursing and Health Sciences, Podiatric Medicine, Professional and Career Education, and Social Work. The university enrolls approximately 8,000 students from nearly all 50 states and 80 countries, and has more than 65,000 alumni worldwide.