The program requires completion of 21 credits from variety of biomedical sciences courses designed to complement the student's educational goals and interests.
The minor in Biomedical Sciences provides students with a useful complement to majors in biological science, zoology, health and exercise science, animal science, psychology, and other biomedical science areas. The program offers directed study in human/animal systems to broaden the background of students pursuing professional careers in biomedical sciences, human and veterinary medicine, and a variety of health-related disciplines. The program requires completion of 21 credits in biomedical sciences with a required physiology course and BMS elective coursework to be selected from a variety of biomedical sciences courses to complement the student's educational goals and interests.
To declare the Biomedical Sciences minor, please attend one of the following Spring 2014 advising sessions.
- January 23, 10:00am in Yates 103
- February 4, 11:00am, in Chemistry B102
- February 19, 1:00pm, in Chemistry Conference Room B201
- March 5, 2:00pm, in Yates 103
- March 25, 10:00am, in Yates 103
- April 9, 12:00pm, in Chemistry Conference Room B201
- April 22, 12:00pm, in Yates 103
Sessions will be held ONLY if you contact Dr. Deborah Roess by email and advise her of your intention to attend a scheduled advising session. If there is no interest, the session will be cancelled.
Sessions will begin ON TIME. Depending on the number of students, sessions last from 5 to 15 minutes.
Fall 2013 Minor Requirements
A total of at least 21 credits must be taken to complete the minor, but additional coursework may be required to complete prerequisites.
BMS 300 * – Principles of Human Physiology (4 cr.) F, S, SS
BMS 360 * – Fundamentals of Physiology (4 cr.) S * A minimum grade of C (2.000) in either BMS 300 o r BMS 360 is requiredElective Courses (17 credits)
BMS 200 Concepts in Human Anatomy & Physiology (1 cr.) C
BMS 301 Human Gross Anatomy (5 cr.) F , S, SS
BMS 302 Laboratory in Principles of Physiolo gy (2 cr.) F, S
BMS 305 Domestic Animal Gross Anatomy (4 cr.) S
BMS 325 Cellular Neurobiology (3 cr.) F
BMS 330 Microscopic Anatomy (4 cr.) S
BMS 345 Functional Neuroanatomy (4 cr.) F, S
BMS 384 Supervised College Teaching (Various cr.) F, S, SS
BMS 405 Nerve & Muscle - Toxins, Trauma & Disease (3 cr.) S
BMS 409 Human and Animal Reproductive Biology (3 cr) F
BMS 420 Cardiopulmonary Physiology (3 cr.) F
BMS 430 Endocrinology (3 cr.) F
BMS 450 Pharmacology (3 cr.) S
BMS 495 Independent Study (Various cr.) F, S, SS