Certificate in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences: Advance Your Career
Earn a certificate in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences from The University of Texas at Tyler School of Medicine and you will enhance your academic preparation for further study toward a career in scientific research, working in a laboratory, or admission to a professional program such as medicine or pharmacy. This certificate provides a strong scientific foundation and understanding of the changing demands of today’s challenging scientific environment.
- Complete the program through in-person classes at UT Tyler.
- No GRE required to enter the program.
- Minimum of 9 credit hours (CH) is required to earn certificate.
- A versatile interdisciplinary program which offers individualized courses of study.
At least one course from each group and a minimum of 9 CH is required to earn this certificate:
Students will be able to differentiate the functions of various biological processes and pathways.
- Forensics – (BIOT 6340) - 3 CH
- Advanced Immunology (BIOT 6334)– 3 CH
- Advanced Metabolism (BIOT 5222) – 2 CH
- Proteins and Nucleic Acids (BIOT 5221) – 2 CH
Student will be able to compare assessments of and factors which contribute to public and/or mental health.
- Biostatistics (PBHL 5317) – 3 CH
- Public Health in Rural Populations (OEHS 5340) – 3 CH
- Health Policy and Population Health (NURS 5321) – 3 CH
- Nutrition and Functional Foods for Healthy Aging (ALHS 5325) – 3 CH
Student will be able to differentiate key mechanisms which regulate and maintain homeostasis of biochemical or physiological processes.
- Cellular Physiology (BIOL 5303) or Animal Physiology (BIOL 5338) – 3 CH
- Biochemical Foundations and Treatment of Disease (CHEM 5321) – 3 CH
- Advanced Biochemistry (CHEM 5320) – 3 CH
- Psychopharmacology (PSYC 5354) 3 CH
- Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics (NURS 5354) 3 CH