Curriculum

Track of Study

The BMS program provides a rigorous basic science curriculum to prepare students to reach their professional goals. All students in the Biomedical Sciences program are required to take the series of core basic science courses. In addition, at the time of application, students are required to select one of the following four certificate concentrations in which to take courses.

  • Health Administration - Business Emphasis
  • Health Administration - Leadership Emphasis
  • Health Administration - Public Health Emphasis
  • Health Professions Education    
  • Nutrition

An effort will be made to place students in the track of their choice; however, the Department of Interprofessional Healthcare Studies reserves the right to place students in a track as space allows.

After earning a certificate, students may choose to apply to the Master’s Degree Programs in Health Administration, Health Professions Education, and/or Nutrition.


Curriculum

Fall Quarter
Intro to Interprofessional Healthcare
Molecular Cell Biology
Medical Biochemistry
Track Courses Option**

Winter Quarter
Medical Physiology-A
Topics in Physiology-A
Track Courses Option** 3-6

Spring Quarter
Medical Physiology-B
Topics in Physiology-B
Medical Neuroscience
Track Courses Option**

**To earn a certificate in the Healthcare Administration & Management track, students must take four of the nine courses (3 quarter hours per course) offered in this program. To earn a certificate in the other tracks, students must take all four courses (3 quarter hours per course) offered by each program.

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