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B.S. Medical Science

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In the Medical Sciences program you will take a comprehensive range of coursework in fundamental concepts of biology, critical thinking, leadership and professional conduct, psychology, global and cultural competence, and biomedical specialty areas. There is scope for hands-on research experience and internships within the local community that could be valuable assets in future professional programs.

This major is excellent preparation for a health professional program such as medicine, dentistry, ophthalmology or radiology. The Medical Sciences B.S. degree would be a terrific launch point for the student wanting a biomedical research career. Finally, it could also be used for allied health professions such as medical law or hospital administration.

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  • Undergraduate research opportunities in faculty labs and field sites
  • Competitively awarded research grants ($1,500 - $2,500) for undergraduates
  • Participate in annual research poster symposia

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Department of Biological Sciences

Physical Address:
Life Sciences South 252

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3051
Moscow, ID 83844-3051

Phone: 208-885-6280

Fax: 208-885-7905

Email: biosci@uidaho.edu

Web: Department of Biological Sciences