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Medical Sciences Baccalaureate Program

Minor Courses

Students must complete a minimum of eighteen (18) credit hours to satisfy the requirements of the Medical Sciences minor. At least fifteen (15) credit hours must be approved College of Medicine courses. The remaining three (3) credit hours may come from either approved MEDS courses or from approved non-MEDS courses.

Please Note: not all MEDS courses are offered each semester. Students should check Catalyst to see which courses will be offered that term.


Approved MEDS Courses

MEDS 3020 Introduction to Medical Biochemistry | 3 cr | Lieberman, Cartwright, Rosevear | F
MEDS 3021 Fundamentals of Molecular Genetics | 3 cr | Menon, Wieczorek | F
MEDS 3022 Human Medical Genetics | 3 cr | Menon, Wieczorek | S
MEDS 3023C Statistics & Experimental Design for the Biomedical Sciences | 3 cr | Mackenzie | S
MEDS 3024C Medical Microbiology | 3 cr | Askew | F
MEDS 3026 Human Physiology | 4 cr | Worrell, Zavros | F, S
MEDS 3027C Medical Histology | 3 cr | Askew | S
MEDS 3030 Biomedical Research Rotation | 2-6 cr | Mackenzie | F, S, U
MEDS 3050 Health & Community: Service Learning Rotation | 3-6 cr | Askew, Larkin | F, S
MEDS 3052C Informatics for the 21st Century Medical Professional | 3 cr | Grant | F
MEDS 4021 Clinical Embryology | 3 cr | Lowrie | F (in person), S (online), U (online)
MEDS 4023 Immunology | 3 cr | Monaco, Choi | S
MEDS 4024 Mechanisms of Signal Transduction | 2 cr | Miller | S
MEDS 4025 Chemistry, Structure, and Therapeutic Application of Bio Molecules | 3 cr | Rosevear | S
MEDS 4026 Mechanisms and Pathologies of Memory and Learning | 3 cr | Gruenstein | S
MEDS 4027 Principles of Biochemistry 1 | 3 cr | Lieberman | F
MEDS 4028 Principles of Biochemistry 2 | 3 cr | Lieberman | S
MEDS 4029 Fundamentals of Medical Pharmacology | 3 cr | Kirley | S
MEDS 4030C Introduction to Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering | 3 cr | Habeebahmed | F
MEDS 4031 Biochemical Errors | 2 cr | Lieberman | S
MEDS 4032 Omic Technologies | 3 cr | Rosevear | F
MEDS 4042 Practice and Community Based Health Research | 3-6 cr | Elder | F, S
MEDS 4047 Neurophysiology | 2 cr | Pixley, MacLennan | S
MEDS 4051 Introduction to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic | 1 cr | Blackard | F
MEDS 4053 Evidence-Based Public Health | 3 cr | Carameli | F
MEDS 4055 Intensive Medical Spanish and Latino Health | 3 cr | O'Dea, Gomez | U
MEDS 4057C Human Anatomy | 4 cr | Thompson, Giffin | F

Approved Non-MEDS Courses

Biological Sciences (A&S)

BIOL 3020C Human/Comparative Anatomy
BIOL 3021 Human/Comparative Physiology
BIOL 3030 Human Genetics
BIOL 3052 Medical Botany
BIOL 3077 DNA Forensics
BIOL 4011 Microbiology
BIOL 4020C Invertebrate Zoology
BIOL 4022C Vertebrate Zoology
BIOL 4040 Neurobiology
BIOL 4043 Medical Parasitology
BIOL 4061 Molecular Genetics of Eukaryotes
BIOL 4091C Biotechnology
BIOL 5102C Bioinformatics
BIOL 5104 Behavioral Genetics
BIOL 5177 Evolutionary Biology
BIOL 5180 Immunology
BIOL 5193C Human Physiology and Biomechanics

Health Sciences (CAHS)

HLSC 3014 Pharmacology for Health Sciences
HLSC 3023C Kinesiology
HLSC 3032C Physiology of Exercise I
HLSC 3033C Physiology of Exercise II
HLSC 4015C Introductory Gross Anatomy
HLSC 4024C Applied Biomechanics
HLSC 4025C Motor Learning and Human Performance

Chemistry (A&S)

CHEM 3040 Introduction to Biochemistry
CHEM 4040 Molecules of Life
CHEM 4041 Biochemical Energy


Neuroscience (A&S)

NS 2001 Fundamentals of Neuroscience I
NS 2002 Fundamentals of Neuroscience II
NS 4001 Independent Research in Neuroscience
NS 4010 Neurophysiology Laboratory


Biomedical Engineering (CEAS)

 
BME 2000C Intro to Biomedical Engineering in the Clinical Environment
BME 4010C Research Design II
BME 4021C Tissue Biomechanics
BME 4050C Medical Device Design II
BME 4051C Biomaterials In Medical Devices
BME 4060 Mathematical Models of Physiology
BME 4061 Biostatistics in Research
BME 6010 Biomedical Ultrasound
BME 6011 Magnetic Resonance Imaging & Spectrocopy
BME 6012 Biomedical Signal and Image Processing
BME 6024 Joint Biomechanics & Measurement Methods
BME 6030 Functional Tissue Engineering

Classroom in the Medical Sciences Building.
Undergraduate, graduate, and medical students share classrooms in the College of Medicine