Biomedical Sciences, MS
The department offers MS programs in biomedical science. Increasingly, scientific work is becoming interdisciplinary. In response to this trend, we allow the student to focus on more than one area in biomedical science. The concept is appropriate for both those entering, as well as those currently employed in the field, including research technicians, clinical laboratory workers, science teachers, and science administrators. For those currently employed, the flexibility of our program can enhance their performance in a present position or open up new employment opportunities. Graduates of the program will be well prepared to enter related PhD programs at the university.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
A grade of C– or higher is required in each course.
|Complete 13–18 semester hours from the following:||13-18|
|Concepts in Pharmaceutical Science|
|Concepts in Pharmaceutical Science 2|
or PHSC 7010
|Pharmaceutical Sciences Laboratory|
|Research Skills and Ethics|
or BIOL 6381
|Ethics in Biological Research|
|Experimental Design and Biostatistics|
|Human Physiology and Pathophysiology|
|PMST 6252||Pharmacokinetics and Drug Metabolism||3|
|PMST 6250||Advanced Physical Pharmacy||2|
|PMST 6254||Advanced Drug Delivery System||3|
|Complete 7–12 semester hours in the following subject areas:||7-12|
PHSC, PMCL, PMST, BIOL, CHEM, NNMD, BIOT
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
33 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required