|Field of Study:||Biomedical Sciences, General
Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology
|Description:||Biomedical Science is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on the fundamentals of human structure and function, as well as those of other animals. The first two years provide a background in anatomy and psychology in addition to more in-depth knowledge in basic sciences like biology, biochemistry, chemistry and mathematics. After year two, you can choose to combine additional courses in biology and biochemistry with an array of optional courses and obtain a minor in one of many arts or social sciences programs, or you can choose an option in the life sciences, such as neuroscience, cellular and molecular medicine, bioanalytical science, biostatistics and medicinal chemistry.