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BMSC.2100 Introduction to Applied Biomedical Sciences (Formerly 36.273 and MLSC.2730)

Id: 004780 Credits Min: 1 Credits Max: 1


This course is intended to give the student an overview of the various applied biomedical sciences and the career paths they can provide within the health professions. Topics presented will focus on medical diagnostics and therapeutics, including careers with professional certification/licensure opportunities, graduate and professional programs, as well as biomedical research and industry settings. The importance of professional organizations, state and federal regulations, and consideration of ethical principles in the health professions will also be introduced. Meets Core Curriculum Essential Learning Outcome for Social Responsibility & Ethics (SRE).


Applied Biomedical Science Majors only.

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