About the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences
This Troy University master-level program offers you courses led by a teaching staff
made up of some of the most brilliant, scientific minds in the field of biomedical
sciences. Within your coursework, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the constantly
changing fields of medicine and biotechnology as you draw from informative lectures
and hands-on lab experiences. At TROY, our faculty's open-door method of teaching
will provide you with opportunities to get to know your professors and form professional
relationships with them. You'll also be given the opportunity to use up-to-date technology
being used in scientific and medical fields.
TROY's biomedical sciences courses are both challenging and rewarding. Be prepared to hone your strategic and critical thinking skills as well as your ability to logistically analyze medical and scientific problems. With courses led by a staff of instructors who take pride in their research, you'll have ample opportunities to propose your own solutions to the challenges the world of medicine, allied health sciences and biotechnology still present to today's scientists. You'll also have the oral and written skills to communicate your future scientific and medical findings with your academic colleagues and the general public.
If you plan to continue your education in medical school, getting accepted into TROY's biomedical sciences master's program is a fantastic opportunity. Once you have completed 22 required subject hours with 3.0 grade point average or better, you may qualify for TROY's graduate certificate in biomedical sciences.
By the time you obtain your master's degree in biomedical sciences, you'll be able to confidently take the next step in your training, whether it's at a medical school or another professional school with health sciences offerings. You'll be an ethical problem solver who stays technologically current within the fields of biomedical science and healthcare.