Biomedical Science Fundamentals
The biomedical science major provides for a broad background in science with concentrations in biology, chemistry, math and physics.
This major is appropriate for those preparing for admission to professional programs in medicine, dentistry, or veterinary science, or for those seeking a Liberal Arts degree with a general emphasis on science, or for students seeking a wide variety of health care professional career paths.
Additional coursework and experiences are often necessary for those planning to continue their study at the graduate level in a particular scientific field. Students are encouraged to consult with UA’s pre-professional health advisor (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about professional school and graduate school requirements.
The Biomedical Science faculty members at The University of Akron are leaders in their discipline as well as innovative and student-centered. They are members of the departments of biology, chemistry, mathematics, statistics and physics.
The biomedical science major will prepare you to:
- analyze and interpret scientific material
- present scientific or health care-related information clearly and persuasively
- imagine and evaluate alternative ideas
- use research to more effectively address scientific problems
Gain practical professional experience through research with faculty or through volunteer or shadowing experiences arranged through UA's Career Services office. These experiences improve your chances of securing the professional school acceptance or career position you seek upon graduation.
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