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Biomedical Sciences

Master of Science (MS) Program


Master of Science (MS) in Biomedical Sciences

If your passion is the life sciences, particularly its practical application in health care or in research, a graduate degree in biomedical sciences will provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue various scientific careers and professional degrees.

Students at our Pennsylvania and Georgia locations receive rigorous training within a learning environment that emphasizes medical, biotechnological, research and clinical applications. This training is delivered by faculty who are experts in their fields. Additionally, as a medical school and healthcare provider, PCOM offers a collaborative learning framework with exposure to multiple medical-related disciplines.


About PCOM's Biomedical Sciences Program

The success of PCOM’s biomedical sciences program is defined by the success of its students. The program focuses on the development of a solid knowledge base with an emphasis on developing strong academic and professional skills. Our program provides:

  • A foundation in biomedical sciences which offers a wide career path and many choices for employment.
  • Access to faculty, advisement and networking across a variety of medical-related programs.
  • Course offerings and research resources in the degree candidacy (concentration) year.
  • Exposure to a wide range of expertise and experience through the exceptional scientists who comprise PCOM’s faculty.

Career Options for Biomedical Sciences Program Graduates

What can you do with a Master of Science (MS) in Biomedical Sciences degree?

Our graduates have pursued various career paths including:

  • Advanced professional degrees in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry and pharmacy.
  • Research and technology careers focused on biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical technology and research and development.
  • Allied health careers including nursing, medical technician and physician assistant.
  • Civil service, education and policy roles as administrators, investigators, scientific writers, educators and public health experts.

MS in Biomedical Sciences Curriculum

Students pursuing a Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences complete foundation year coursework and then progress to one of several second-year degree concentrations.



Applying to PCOM's DO Program

Interested in applying to PCOM's DO program from our biomedical sciences program? Please review DO program admissions information for biomedical sciences candidates.

Biomedical Sciences Program Highlights

Degree Concentrations

Pursue a concentration in research, medical simulation, forensic biology, neuro-behavioral science and more.

Test Preparation Services

Students have access to optional test preparation services designed to improve performance on a number of entrance examinations required by graduate and professional schools.

Certificate Option

Learn about the certificate of graduate study option available to students who complete the foundation year and elect not to pursue a master of science (MS) degree.