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People who pursue medical careers care about people. That’s what makes choosing a medical career appealing. From treating injuries as an emergency room doctor, removing wisdom teeth as an oral surgeon or remedying disabilities as a physical therapist, medical professionals help people in ways they can’t help themselves. It’s more than a career, it’s people care
Start right away preparing for medical or other professional schools. Union’s biomedical science degree focuses on classes specifically relevant to the medical application of science, helping you get accepted into and succeed in professional school.
This thorough program includes core classes like Physiology and Human Anatomy, in addition to professional school prerequisites like Organic Chemistry and Psychology. You will also choose from a list of biomedical electives, including Genetics, Histology, Molecular Biology, and others.
While these courses are included in other degrees, Biomedical Science is the only program where they are concentrated in one degree. It is also the only program where every advanced science class you take will be seen again in medical or dental school.
Choose from three core track options: pre-med, pre-pharmacy or pre-physician’s assistant. You will also have your choice of supporting area, including business, psychology, and International Rescue and Relief, among others. Choose exactly what classes you want from a single discipline—an option not found in other biomedical science programs—helping you stand out as a well-rounded professional school candidate>
Students graduating with a bachelor's degree in biomedical science will be prepared to:
- Pursue professional or graduate studies.
- Demonstrate knowledge of past contributions and awareness of current progress in biomedical sciences.
- Apply knowledge acquired from varied aspects of biomedical sciences to critical thinking in research and everyday life.
- Independently synthesize and communicate relevant data in the biomedical sciences.
- Demonstrate familiarity with basic techniques of investigation in varied fields of biomedical research.
- Apply knowledge acquired from varied aspects of biomedical sciences to ethical decision making in stewardship and everyday life.