Grand Valley's Master of Health Science (M.H.S.) in Biomedical Sciences prepares students for medical or dental school, teaching positions at the community college level, and Ph.D. programs. A few students also go directly to positions in science or health-related fields.
The program is designed to be completed in two years by students who attend full time. The first year primarily consists of coursework and the second year is comprised of thesis work while completing a few remaining classes. Options are also available for non-degree seeking students.
Why Study Biomedical Sciences at Grand Valley?
- Flexibility. Create a personal, flexible course plan that meets individual research and career goals.
- Personal Advising. Have access to individual, preprofessional advising in preparation for Ph.D., medical school, dental school, and other professional programs through the CLAS Academic Advising Center.
- Research Opportunities. Conduct innovative, collaborative research projects with interdisciplinary faculty or outside organizations based on student interest.
- Preparation. Exit the program prepared for careers in science or health-related fields, teaching and post-graduate studies in professional and doctoral programs.
The M.H.S. in Biomedical Sciences program requires a minimum of 33 credits. Students study a variety of topics, including:
- Nutrition and Public Health
- Cell biology
Click here to see the full course list.
For more information on tuition and fees, please visit the costs portion of the GVSU Financial Aid website. For financial support, scholarship search, and filing for FAFSA, please visit the GVSU Financial Support website.
Note: Grand Valley does not charge a higher tuition rate based on residency. Tuition is based on the program in which you chose to enroll.
The M.H.S. in Biomedical Sciences admission requirements are available here. The $30 application fee is waived for undergraduate alumni of Grand Valley.