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Biomedical Sciences (M.S.)

M.S. in Biomedical Sciences

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Prepare for a Healthcare Profession

Prepare for medical school with the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences degree program. Develop the necessary skills to succeed in the study of medicine. Or, prepare to teach at the post-secondary level in a related discipline.

You can also advance your career in private industry with the skills you’ll learn with a Biomedical Sciences master’s degree.

The M.S. Biomedical Sciences program is offered in both a one-year and a two-year format.

Biblical Application to Medicine

The M.S. in Biomedical Sciences is taught from a biblical, Christian worldview and speaks to numerous issues in medicine, including beginning-of-life and end-of-life questions.

Our graduate program also requires a three-credit course in Biomedical Ethics in order to equip you to apply biblical principles to medicine.


Academic Information

Credit Hours

39 (for both the one-year and two-year program format)

Program of Study (DCP)

M.S. Biomedical Sciences

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Program Options

  • One-Year Program
    • $50 application fee (the application fee will be deferred and assessed during Financial Check-In)
    • Regionally or nationally accredited Bachelor’s degree with at least a 3.0 GPA for admission to the one-year program.
      • Official College Transcripts (must be mailed directly from your college to Liberty University in an official, sealed envelope).
    • One year General Chemistry with lab.
    • One year Biology with lab.
    • One semester of Organic Chemistry with residential lab (two semesters recommended).
    • One semester of Physics with residential lab (two semesters recommended).
    • Any four of the following course:
      • One year of Anatomy/Physiology OR one semester of Physiology OR one Semester of Anatomy
      • One semester of Genetics
      • One semester of Microbiology
      • One semester of Cell Biology
      • One semester of Biochemistry
    • One Semester of Biostatistics is recommended but not required.
    • Students must submit the following test with a minimum score of:
      • MCAT - New scoring system (2015 and later): composite score of 493; Old scoring system (prior to 2015): 20 for the one-year program
    • Three Recommender Contact Information for a professional, academic, or personal recommender.
    • Self-Certification Form (for students in the final term of their bachelor's degree)
    • Current Liberty undergraduate students seeking preliminary acceptance into a graduate program must complete a Graduation Application through their ASIST Account.
    • Additional admissions requirements for international students
  • Two-Year Program
    • $50 application fee (the application fee will be deferred and assessed during Financial Check-In)
    • Regionally or nationally accredited Bachelor’s degree with at least a 2.75 GPA for admission to the two-year program.
      • Official College Transcripts (must be mailed directly from your college to Liberty University in an official, sealed envelope).
    • One year General Chemistry with lab.
    • One year Biology with lab.
    • One semester of Organic Chemistry with residential lab (two semesters recommended).
    • One semester of Physics with residential lab (two semesters recommended).
    • Any four of the following course:
      • One year of Anatomy/Physiology OR one semester of Physiology OR one Semester of Anatomy
      • One semester of Genetics
      • One semester of Microbiology
      • One semester of Cell Biology
      • One semester of Biochemistry
    • One Semester of Biostatistics is recommended but not required.
    • Students must submit one of the following tests with a minimum score of:
      • MCAT - New scoring system (2015 and later): composite score of 490; Old scoring system (prior to 2015): 18 for the two-year program
      • GRE Verbal 140; Quantitative 145
      • DAT 14.5 Average
      • PCAT 70 or higher
    • Three Recommender Contact Information for a professional, academic, or personal recommender.
    • Self-Certification Form (for students in the final term of their bachelor's degree)
    • Current Liberty undergraduate students seeking preliminary acceptance into a graduate program must complete a Graduation Application through their ASIST Account.
    • Additional admissions requirements for international students
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