The Biomedical Sciences Certificate program is an individualized program that allows students to study human health and disease by taking graduate levels courses from a variety of departments. The program gives students an opportunity to strengthen their academic preparation for medical, professional, or graduate school by building on their foundation of basic scientific knowledge gained during their undergraduate degree.
Admission to the certificate program requires the submission of the following information:
- Original transcripts
- The admission process is complete when the applicant has been notified of acceptance to the certificate program.
Students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or greater. Upon successful completion of the approved 9 semester credit hours, students will be awarded a certificate