Bachelor of Science Degree in Biomedical Sciences
The Biomedical Sciences degree is designed to prepare students who have the goal of admission to post-graduate health professional schools.
The Biomedical Sciences degree is designed to prepare students who have the goal of admission to post-graduate health professional schools. The degree is designed to fulfill the prerequisites required for students pursuing advanced degrees in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physician assistant, biomedical sciences, etc.
The Department of Biology is dedicated to providing every opportunity for our students to realize their goal for admission to professional school in the medical sciences.
- We have fostered creation of five student organizations focusing on specific areas within the health professions (pre-vet, pre-med [AED and AMSA], pre-dental and pre-pharmacy.)
- Our faculty are committed to providing opportunities for students to engage in scientific research-many of whom present papers at professional meetings and are included in authorship on scientific publications.
- We have resources available to assist post-baccalaureate students, which provides all of the above opportunities and more to assist students earning a baccalaureate degree outside of the sciences to complete the coursework for application to a health professional school.
- We have created a mentoring partnership between you and the FSU College of Medicine (FSUCOM) medical students. This program has been named the Argo-Noles Medical Mentors Program and has emerged from discussions with the medical students at FSUCOM-Pensacola in which they suggested creating a mentoring program for UWF's pre-professional students.
Not sure where to start? Want to discuss classes, course load, or details of the program? Make an appointment with an advisor today!
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