The minor in Biomedical Sciences provides students with a useful complement to majors in animal science, biochemistry, biological science, health and exercise science, human development and family studies, microbiology, psychology, and other biomedical science areas. The program offers a variety of courses which serve to broaden the background of students pursuing professional careers in biomedical sciences, human and veterinary medicine, and a variety of health-related disciplines. Candidates begin the program with a course in physiology. The remainder of the required 21 credits is selected to complement the student’s educational goals and interests.
Effective Fall 2015
Students must satisfactorily complete the total credits required for the minor. Minors and interdisciplinary minors require 12 or more upper-division (300- to 400-level) credits.
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
A minimum grade of C (2.000) in either BMS 300 or BMS 360 will be required for those students who are seeking to graduate with a minor in biomedical sciences and who take one of these courses as fulfillment of the requirements.
|BMS 300||Principles of Human Physiology||4|
|or BMS 360||Fundamentals of Physiology|
|Select 17 credits from the following:||17|
|Concepts in Human Anatomy and Physiology|
|Human Gross Anatomy|
|Laboratory in Principles of Physiology|
|Domestic Animal Gross Anatomy|
|Supervised College Teaching|
|Nerve and Muscle-Toxins, Trauma and Disease|
|Human and Animal Reproductive Biology|
|Introduction to Systems Neurobiology|
|Domestic Animal Dissection|
|Human Anatomy Dissection|