B.S. in Biomedical Technology
Students pursuing the Biomedical Technology degree learn basic and applied biomedical and advanced sciences which allow them to perform and evaluate test results in a research or pharmaceutical setting. The 134-credit Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Technology prepares students for career positions in the bioscience industry (biotechnology, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, life systems, project leadership or forensic pathology). Biomedical Technology students take a varied group of courses that allow them to perform a research project either on the campus or with another professional laboratory site of their choosing. Students take course pre-requisites that ready them for entry into professional schools of medicine, osteopathy, dentistry or pursue other doctoral degree routes.