The M.S. in Biomedical Sciences is a 39-hour program for post-baccalaureate academic enhancement designed to:
A third option (coming soon) will consist of a four-semester distance education program that will include intensive residential labs for anatomy and physiology courses. Course offerings through the distance education program will be developed and implemented using online technology through Liberty University Online (LUO) and BlackBoard®.
A goal of the School of Health Sciences, and the Department of Biology & Chemistry, is to increase the number of healthcare professionals within the workforce who hold a biblical, Christian Worldview. The biblical, Christian worldview speaks to numerous issues in medicine, including beginning-of-life and end-of-life questions. In order to equip students to apply biblical principles to medicine, our M.S. program requires a 3-credit course in Biomedical Ethics.