Course Summary

Course Description

The Department prepares students for entry into professional schools in health sciences such as medicine, dentistry or veterinary medicine and graduate school as well as to enter the technical work force in biotechnology, pharmaceutical or other medical technology industry.
The undergraduate program offers an array of courses, such as anatomy, molecular biology, cell biology, physiology, microbiology, and immunology.
There are approximately 2600 students enrolled in the department’s undergraduate major in Biomedical Sciences. Students enrich their education by participating in one of several student organizations or by working with faculty on directed research. The diverse research interests of the faculty in the department create a unique environment for interdisciplinary research. Our faculty has expertise in a wide range of biomedical science specialties, including microbiology, immunology, infectious disease, molecular cardiovascular biology, neurobiology, molecular biology, molecular parasitology, biotechnology, oncology and nanobiology.

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