Biomedical Sciences Major

Biomedical science puts foundational scientific knowledge into practice, spurring innovation in interventions, technology and biomedical engineering. With recent advancements opening countless clinical and research opportunities, you can push healthcare and research into uncharted territory with a biomedical sciences degree.

Learning Goals and Outcomes

The traditional undergraduate programs include 40 courses distributed across three components: A General Education component divided into Signature Courses, Variable Courses, and an Integrative Learning requirement; a Major and Divisional component; and Free Electives. In addition to course requirements as specified in each area, students must complete one certified course in each of the following overlay areas:

  1. Diversity, Globalization or Non-western Area Studies,
  2. Ethics Intensive, and
  3. Writing Intensive. Overlay requirements are part of the forty-course requirement.