Why the Biomedical Sciences Masters program?
Ranked #1 in Biomedical Science Programs by bestvalueschools.org, CDU’s Masters of Science in Biomedical Sciences program stands out for its comprehensive academic and experiential offerings. Over three semesters, students delve into advanced scientific knowledge, emphasizing global and urban health disparities and social justice in a cohort setting. With the guidance of faculty mentors, students embark on individual research projects, culminating in a thesis presentation at our research colloquium. Beyond classroom instruction, participants benefit from small class sizes, hands-on research opportunities, and presentations at scientific conferences. Experiential learning is also prioritized with activities like the POWER Clinic and international service trips to Mexico or the Dominican Republic. CDU’s Masters of Science in Biomedical Sciences program ensures students are future-ready by providing professional advising and solid academic support.
Students in the Masters of Science in Biomedical Sciences program complete research experiences in a variety of settings, including:
- Harvard University
- Lundquist Institute
- Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
- University of Michigan
Students who complete the Biomedical Sciences Masters Program program pursue careers such as:
- Academic research
- Clinical labs
- Program coordination
- Laboratory management
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The Masters of Science in Biomedical Sciences program is accredited by WASC (Western Senior College and University Commission)