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Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences
The MS-BMS is a professional master’s degree that prepares the student to work in biomedical research and development. The curriculum includes rigorous interdisciplinary coursework in the basic sciences that are foundational to biomedical research, with an emphasis on critical evaluation of research and the application of knowledge and skills to biomedical research and development. Elective courses prepare the student to interact effectively within the biomedical research and development organization by enhancing a practical understanding of management, business, clinical trial design, public health and effective communication. The field experience in biomedical research serves as a capstone for the student to demonstrate his/her ability to analyze the scientific and organizational components of a research and development problem.
The program will help the individual develop skills and knowledge needed for leadership and supervisory roles in biomedical research and development, in nonprofit organizations such as university, hospital or government research laboratories, as well as in private organizations such as biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.
The part time program offers courses year round (Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters). A student taking 2 courses a semester will complete the program in 28 months. The degree requires a total of 39 credits – 21 credits in basic biomedical sciences, 6 credits in field experience, and 12 credits in electives (e.g., business & management, communication, regulatory & clinical research management, epidemiology). A student may elect to take additional coursework to also earn a certificate in Clinical Research, Public Health, or Regulatory and Clinical Research Management.
Students must complete the equivalent of the following pre-requisites prior to entering the post-baccalaureate MS-BMS program. Please note that you may apply to the program while you are concurrently completing pre-requisite courses.
|Regis Course Equivalent||Course Name|
|CH 103||Chemical Structures & Reactions I/Lab1|
|CH 104||Chemical Structures & Reactions II/Lab1|
|CH 305||Organic Chemistry I/Lab|
|CH 306||Organic Chemistry II/Lab|
|Biology course||Biology course/Lab2|
|Biology course||Biology course/Lab2|
|Math/Quantitative Science course||Mathematics/Quantitative Science3|
1 Equivalent courses are general chemistry for science majors.
2 At least one of these biology courses should have a strong molecular/cellular component.
3 These should be college-level mathematics, such as calculus or statistics. Quantitative science would include physics or analytical chemistry
Online Information Session
Tuesday, July 8th, 12 noon – Biomedical Sciences Online Information Session – Join us online to learn more about the graduate Biomedical Sciences program here at Regis. Please RSVP to 781.768.7746 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Limited to 25 spots.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014, 12 noon – Biomedical Sciences Online Information Session – Join us online to learn more about the graduate Biomedical Sciences program here at Regis. Please RSVP to 781.768.7746 or email@example.com. Limited to 25 spots.
- Biochemistry I and II
- Cell and Tissue Biology
- Human Physiology
- Current Topics in Biomedical Research
- Field Experience in Biomedical Sciences
- Overview Medical Product Industry
- Overview of FDA Regulation
- Clinical Research Methods
- Health Ethics and Law
- Advanced Writing for Health Professions
- Conflict Resolution
- Introduction to Epidemiologic Methods
- Analysis of Public Health Issues
Additional electives may be substituted if approved by the Graduate Program Director
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- Tuesday, August 19th at 6pm