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MS in Biomedicine: Biomedical Science Concentration

A masters from EMU can open doors. After earning a two year masters, our students have proven that they are prepared for the rigors of professional health school. Our graduates have utilized their masters degrees to obtain jobs at prestigious research facilities, non-profit organizations, and various healthcare centers.

Our Masters in Biomedicine degree allows you to pick and chose which graduate-level natural science courses you need and would like to take. Our curriculum will set your application apart with our built-in cross-cultural experience, practicum shadowing, thesis research, ethics and leadership training, and interdisciplinary course offerings.

Course Schedule (48 hours for MS)

Biomedical Core Courses (30 semester hours)

BMC 551 Developmental Biology
BMC 612 Human Anatomy
BMC 561 Biochemistry
BMC 562 Human Physiology
BMC 613 Research Design & Statistics
BMX 611 Biomedicine Faith & Ethics
BMC 610 Interdisciplinary Seminar I
BMC 611 Interdisciplinary Seminar II
BMC 623 Research in Biomedicine
BMC 598 Biomedicine Practicum
BMX 603 Cross Cultural Health Care

Biomedical Science Concentration (13 SH)

BMC 562 Human Physiology
BMC 572 Cognitive Psychology
BMC 552 Cell Biology 
BMC 561 Immunology
BMC 563 Molecular Genetics 
BMS 562 Neurobiology
BMS 570 Medical Microbiology 
BMS 585 Infectious Diseases
BMS 540 Drugs: Discovery, Design & Action

Requisite Courses

Requisite courses if not completed as undergraduate prerequisites. Both these courses will count towards elective credit.

BMS 501 Organic Chemistry I
BMS 502 Organic Chemistry II

Biomedical Science Electives (5-6 SH)

Offered with adequate enrollment

BMS 530 MCAT Preparation Course
BMS 552 Environmental Toxicology
BMS 555 Plant Physiology
BMS 557 Ecology & Field Biology
+BMS 571 Abnormal Psychology
BMS 573 Theories of Personality
+BMS 574 Neuropsychology
BMS 581 Analytical Chemistry
BMS 582 Thermodynamics
BMS 583 Quantum Mechanics

+Recommended elective courses

Additional graduate level courses in education, business, counseling, or nursing may be selected as electives.

MS in Biomedicine: Biomedical Teaching Concentration

Are you interested in teaching biomedical-related courses in a community college or technical school, or are you a high school or junior high science teacher who wishes to enhance your teaching or increase your pay scale? If so, we provided one or two year degree options that can be customized to fit your needs. 

Course schedule (48 Course Hours)

Biomedical Core Courses (30 semester hours)

BMC 551 Developmental Biology
BMC 612 Human Anatomy
BMC 561 Biochemistry
BMC 562 Human Physiology
BMC 613 Research Design & Statistics
BMX 611 Biomedicine Faith & Ethics
BMC 610 Interdisciplinary Seminar I
BMC 611 Interdisciplinary Seminar II
BMC 623 Research in Biomedicine
BMC 598 Biomedical Practicum
BMX 603 Cross Cultural Health Care

Required Teaching Core (6 SH)

EDCC 501 Creating Cultures of Change
EDCC 531 Social & Ethical Issues in Education

Education Electives (12 SH)

Select from the following:

EDDA 511 Teaching Diverse Learners
EDCI 501 Curriculum & Instructional Strategies
EDCI 511 Teaming and Collaboration
EDCC 521 Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution
EDSL 581 Language and Culture - online
EDCT 681 Online Learning Tools for the Classrom - online
EDCT 541 Instructional Technology for Problem-Based Learning - online
EDCT 531 Everything Google for the Classroom - online


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