Grand Valley State University's Master of Health Science (M.H.S.) in Biomedical sciences is intended for those students who wish to continue on to doctoral programs and to those who wish to be employed in science-related organizations, small research lab management, and non-profit organizations with a human sciences focus.
An information explosion, coupled with rising expectations of health care employers, and the desire for upward mobility by health care workers, has created a demand for graduate educational programs in health sciences. This program is intended to provide additional academic background for health care workers and allow them to stay current and expand their skills,
- Personal. Built on graduate core requirements, but designed to meet individual career goals in research, doctoral study, or health and allied health programs.
- Flexible. Available to full- or part-time students, to accommodate working professionals. Courses are offered primarily at Allendale main campus as well as at the Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences in downtown Grand Rapids.
- Individual Advising. Preprofessional advising in preparation for Ph.D., medical school, dental school, and other professional programs is offered through the CLAS Academic Advising Center.
The M.H.S. in Biomedical Sciences program is minimum of 33 credits.
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