An undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences prepares students for a wide variety of opportunities which have a basis in cellular and molecular biology, human/animal anatomy and physiology. Careers in the biomedical sciences are tremendous and expanding daily.
A degree in Biomedical Sciences will provide students with many options for further study and employment in their area of specialization. This degree provides an excellent background to pursue further studies in professional and graduate programs such as medicine, veterinary medicine, physician assistant, pharmacy, dentistry, optometry, chiropractic medicine, and physical therapy. Examples of post-graduate opportunities include further studies in physiology, neuroscience, and pathology. Employment opportunities include positions in laboratory research at the federal level, in institutions of higher education, and in the private sector. In particular, exciting opportunities exist in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and other biomedical and health-related areas to include all specialties in human and veterinary medicine. Combinations of research and teaching opportunities also are available.