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 contact Sarah Craddock for further information.
Minor Requirements (as of Fall 2013)
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 required
Elective 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 Physiology (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