Application Deadline: April 1st Annually
** Early Decision Deadline December 1st
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The Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (1 year) is designed to prepare students for the rigors of professional school, obtaining a PhD, pursuing biomedical education, and for those seeking careers in the health care or biotech industries.
Options within the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences
(1 year) include:
The Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (1 year) prepares students for the rigors of professional school by offering an analogous curriculum. Core courses feature extensive laboratory instruction, hands-on dissection, and recitations with problem-based learning exercises. Cadaver-based human and animal dissection experience with excellent student-to-cadaver ratios, typically 4 students per cadaver, makes the program truly unique. Additionally, neuroanatomy courses provide students the opportunity to work with real human anatomical specimens.
Interested in or have questions about our Master of Sciences in Biomedical Sciences (1 year) information sessions are offered the following times:
- October 7-December 16, 2013: Mondays at 10:00am in room 102, Physiology
- January 6-March 31, 2014: Mondays at 10:00am and Thursdays at 3:00pm in room 102, Physiology
** If Interested, please RSVP to Healther Hall at (970) 491-2702 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Careers in Biomedical Sciences
Career opportunities with a Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (1 year) are ample and varied. Pre-professional students (pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-veterinary, etc.) leverage our program to be more competitive applicants and strengthen their professional school credentials. The program expands opportunities for those who pursue a career in education. Furthermore, our program enhances opportunities for those pursuing industry careers in biotechnology, biomedicine, and health care.
BMS Alumni Career Statistics (data spans past 5 years):
- 76% attend professional school (medical, DO, veterinary, dental, PA, etc.)
- 6% work in industry
- 6% attend graduate school
- 2% teach
- 2% conduct research
- 8% other