Why do I need a master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences?
- Increased probability for acceptance to medical or dental school.
- Research in the biomedical/biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries.
- Increased probability of acceptance into Biomedical Sciences PhD programs.
- Working with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at the State or local level, or with organizations like the National Institute of Health (NIH), Nationals Science Foundation (NSF), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
If you decide not to continue your education to earn a medical or dental degree, you can work in the healthcare industry or teach at a 4-year college with a graduate degree in biomedical sciences.
Record of success: Over the past 25 years, graduates from Barry’s biomedical sciences program have been accepted to prestigious US medical and dental schools.
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, genetics and bioinformatics.
Barry’s biomedical sciences graduate program is specifically designed to help you attain your goals!
Ready to find out if Barry University is where you belong? You can request more information, schedule a visit, or fill out an application for admission now.