The goal of the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) Master of Science in Biomedicine is to provide the student with a program of study with sufficient academic rigor in biomedical sciences to enhance the scientific and professional preparation of students aspiring to a career in the medical and health professions or in a related field requiring graduate level biomedical sciences. Your training will include innovative learning opportunities in state-of-the-art classrooms and our 3,500-square-foot Anatomy lab where you will have the opportunity of exploring the human body under the direction of the medical school anatomy faculty.
|Fall Courses||Spring Courses|
|MSB 571 Fundamentals of Anatomical Sciences||MSB 431 Medical Cellular & Molecular Biology|
|MSB 411 Medical Biochemistry||MSB 441 Medical Microbiology/Immunology|
|MSB 421 Healthcare Foundations||MSB 451 Integrated Pathophysiology|
|MSB 461 Medical Ethics and Professionalism|
Provide a one-year, two semester, 30 credit hour Master of Science in Biomedicine degree program in which students will take advanced biomedical courses alongside medical students. All courses are taught by medical school faculty.
Guarantee eligibility for application and an interview at ARCOM for students who successfully complete the program with a grade of B or better.
7000 Chad Colley Blvd.
Fort Smith, AR 72916