Minor in Biomedical Sciences
A minimum of 18 credits in Biomedical Sciences, including BMD 311, 321, 322, 334, 335, and 3 additional BMD credits. At least 50% of the credit hours must be taken in the Department of Biomedical Sciences.
|Biomedical Sciences Minor||Credit Hours|
|BMD 311 Human Anatomy||3 hrs|
|BMD 321 Biochemistry I||3 hrs|
|BMD 322 Biochemistry I||3 hrs|
|BMD 334 Human Physiology I||3 hrs|
|BMD 335 Human Physiology II||3 hrs|
|BMD _____ BMD elective||3 hrs|
|Biomedical Sciences Administrative Staff||(251) 445-9265|
|Professor Emeritus||Covey, Davis, Spector, Stanfield, Turrens|
|Associate Professors||Mockett, Ravine, Thulasiraman|
|Assistant Professors||Gorelik, Shokolenko, Swiger|
The Department of Biomedical Sciences focuses on providing students with a broad undergraduate science curriculum from a human perspective. The curriculum offers students a strong general education in the humanities, arts, social sciences, mathematics, and sciences, followed by in-depth study in the basic medical sciences. The program offers an optional Honors Research Thesis (BMD 499) to qualified students consisting of a laboratory apprenticeship in biomedical research under the mentorship of a faculty scientist. Students interested in the Honors Research Thesis option should contact Dr. Nancy Rice for information. The Biomedical Sciences curriculum establishes a foundation that prepares students to pursue post baccalaureate educational experiences in any biomedical discipline, particularly medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, optometry, as well as a Ph.D. degree in a variety of health and science related fields. In addition, the Department of Biomedical Sciences offers prerequisite course work for students wishing to in the Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions.