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Curriculum

The Biomedical Sciences program provides a rigorous basic science curriculum that prepares you to reach your professional goals in graduate health professions education. All students in the Biomedical Sciences program are required to take the series of core basic science courses (Clinical Molecular Cell Biology, Medical Biochemistry, Physiological Basis of Medicine, Medical Neuroscience, and Topics in Physiology), Foundations of Clinical Medicine, Introduction to Interprofessional Healthcare and courses from a chosen certificate track in either Population Health Strategies or Health Administration.

CURRICULUM*

Fall Quarter

  • Foundations of Clinical Medicine
  • Intro to Interprofessional Healthcare
  • Clinical Molecular Cell Biology
  • Medical Biochemistry
  • Two Certificate Track Courses

Winter Quarter

  • Intro to Interprofessional Healthcare
  • Clinical Molecular Cell Biology
  • Medical Biochemistry
  • Physiological Basis of Medicine
  • Topics in Physiology
  • Medical Neuroscience
  • One Certificate Track Course

Spring Quarter


  • Intro to Interprofessional Healthcare
  • Physiological Basis of Medicine
  • Topics in Physiology
  • Medical Neuroscience
  • One 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 2018-2019 curriculum.