Biomedical Sciences' Curriculum
KCU’s Masters of Biomedical Sciences' curriculum puts you ahead of the curve in a career of biomedical sciences and research. It also gives you an edge over students who enter medical school directly after an undergraduate program if you choose to continue your educational career.
One-Year Program Curriculum
Our semester-based curriculum follows a typical graduate program scenario. For the one-year track, there are eight required courses and two elective courses selected from four available elective courses. In addition, under the guidance of a faculty advisor, you must develop and write a minimum 25-page mini thesis on a scientific topic of your choice.
Required Courses for One-Year Track
All courses considered electives for two-year track students.
- Anatomy 1 & 2
- Physiology 1 & 2
- Molecular Biology
- Human Genetics
- Human Embryology
Two-Year Research Program Curriculum
The two-year track is a research track in which you take seven elective courses drawn from the full list of courses offered to the one-year track students in addition to research- and thesis-related courses for your research activity. You’ll also write a thesis and must pass a public defense of your research project.