Is a Career in Biomedical Sciences Right for Me?
Do you have an interest in these subjects?
- Anatomy and Physiology
Would you like to acquire these skills?
- Written and Oral Communication in the Biomedical Sciences.
- Critical Thinking as Related to Science and Healthcare.
- Basic Lab Skills Including Data Collection and Analysis.
If so, the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences program might be right for you.
What is the Biomedical Sciences Career Outlook?
Employment of health care occupations is projected to grow 18 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.3 million new jobs.* Health care occupations will add more jobs than any other group of occupations. This growth is expected due to an aging population and because federal health insurance reform should increase the number of individuals who have access to health insurance.
What Can I Do with This Degree?
A Bachelor in Science in Biomedical Sciences provides a solid background for future graduate-level work or clinical programs in the fields of allied health or biological sciences.
The PA and Medical concentrations are designed to prepare students for various advanced clinical training programs.
- The PA concentration provides the necessary prerequisite course work required by most physician assistant programs in Florida.
- The Medical concentration provides the necessary course work for students wishing to take the MCAT exam in order to apply to medical or doctor of osteopathy school. As requirements change over time, students must be sure to check with the schools of interest to be certain that they take the required prerequisites.
The Biology and Ecology concentrations are designed to prepare students for professional programs and careers in various biological fields.
- Students interested in careers such as genetics counseling, biological research, evolutionary biology, government scientist, or education should select the Biology concentration.
- The Ecology concentration is for students interested in careers such as professional ecologist, natural resource management, environmental regulation and management, field research in the areas of rivers and streams, fish and wildlife management, and forest management. Students must be sure to check the requirements, such as the need for undergraduate research or a graduate degree for the careers in which they are interested.
What Will I Learn?
A student with no previous degree or transfer credits who attends full time, 12 semester hour credits per term or typically three courses per term, can complete this program in approximately three years.
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How is Hodges University’s Biomedical Sciences Program Different?
Class Size and Convenient Schedules
Both day and evening courses are available with small class sizes. Science courses will have no more than 15 students per class. Face-to-face courses only meet once per week.
We teach in an environment that allows for practical, hands-on instruction. Instructional technology in our classrooms is far above what state schools can offer, and most science courses are taught by full-time faculty.
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Your admissions coordinator will:
- Help you complete the application in its entirety.
- Help you obtain necessary transcripts.
- Schedule your admissions test (if necessary).
- Coordinate the financial aid process with a financial aid professional.
- Refer you to your academic advisor for class scheduling.
- Give you information regarding your orientation.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Hodges family!