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Curriculum

The BMS program provides a rigorous basic science curriculum to prepare you to reach your professional goals. All students in the Biomedical Sciences program are required to take the series of core basic science courses (Molecular Cell Biology, Medical Biochemistry, Medical Physiology, Medical Neuroscience, Topics in Physiology), Introduction to Interprofessional Healthcare and courses from the certificate tracks (Population Health, Health Administration, Nutrition, Health Professions Education).  

CURRICULUM*

Fall Quarter

  • 
Intro to Interprofessional Healthcare

  • Molecular Cell Biology

  • Medical Biochemistry
  • 
Medical Physiology
  • Topics in Physiology
  • Certificate Track Course

Winter Quarter

  • 
Intro to Interprofessional Healthcare

  • Medical Biochemistry
  • 
Medical Physiology
  • Topics in Physiology
  • Certificate Track Courses

Winter Quarter


  • Intro to Interprofessional Healthcare

  • Medical Physiology
  • Topics in Physiology
  • Medical Neuroscience
  • Certificate Track Course

* Note: Curricular changes may occur at the discretion of the PHS department from one academic year to the next, which could include additions, deletions or modifications of required core basic science courses and/or certificate tracks or courses. The above curriculum reflects the academic year 2017-2018 curriculum.