Graduate Program

Master of Biomedical Sciences Curriculum

The M.B.S. program curriculum was designed by medical, dental, and other health professional educators with decades of experience. The curriculum will give you experience in courses typically taken during the first year of a health professions degree program.

Our curriculum centers around helping you integrate basic science knowledge with clinical application. Overall, the M.B.S. program’s goal is to give you an edge over the competition during your application to health professions degree programs and during your first year in your chosen field.

Maximize your potential by choosing between full-time or part-time status and matriculation in the Fall or Winter semesters.

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Graduation Requirements

To graduate with an M.B.S. degree, you must successfully complete all five required courses and five elective courses for a total of 30 credits. Of the five elective courses, you must take a minimum of three core medical sciences courses to be eligible for graduation

Required Courses Credits
Anatomy 3
Biochemistry 3
Histology 3
Physiology 3
Professionalism and Interview Skills 3

Core Medical Sciences Electives Credits
Microbiology and Immunology 3
Molecular Mechanisms of Disease 3
Neuroanatomy 3
Oral Histology 1
Oral Pathology 2
Pathology 3
Personalized Medicine 3
Pharmacology 3

Other Elective Courses Credits
Bioethics 3
Biostatistics 3
Financial Environment in Complex Health Systems 3
Governance in Complex Health Systems 3
Grant Development 3
Nutrition 3
Test Preparation 3

 

*Note: not all courses are open to all M.B.S. students or offered every semester