You’ll explore course work specific to the biomedical field, gain knowledge and experience through internships and have the cognitive course work to promote success on entrance examinations to graduate programs. With a degree in biomedical sciences, you’ll be able to successfully pursue a variety of careers.
- Doctor of osteopathic medicine
- Medical imaging technician
- Physician assistant
- Physical therapist
Internships and Research
You’ll engage in internship and job shadowing experiences that contribute to credentials for medical program applications. Opportunities are available with:
- Pathology laboratory
- Physical therapists
- Faculty dedicated to providing quality education and research opportunities include:
- Christa Chatfield, microbiology and biofilm development of Legionella
- Patricia Conklin, molecular genetic of vitamin C pathways in Arabidopsis
- Theresa Curtis, mammalian wound healing responses
- Louis Gatto, histology and pulmonary science
- Christian Nelson, cell biology and virology
- John Straneva, pathology and parasitology
- If you participate in a research project, you may find yourself presenting your scientific findings at local and regional professional meetings.
- Study and work in our state-of-the-art classroom and research facility.
College is more than a classroom. Enhance your experience with extracurricular opportunities.
Beta Beta Beta, National Biological Honor Society