Engage in research that enriches our understanding and treatment of pathophysiological and neurodegenerative diseases.
The Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences degree prepares you for a career in biomedical science education or a technical lab science career. It's the graduate degree you pursue if you want to improve healthcare and deepen your knowledge of diseases and immunology in a research laboratory setting.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 3 years
- Credit hours:
Why earn a master's in biomedical sciences?
Master's in Biomedical Sciences at UND
Contribute to research at one of the nation's premier facilities for the study of drug addiction and neurodegenerative diseases.
Utilize the most advanced technology in our 20,000-square-foot Center for Biomedical Research.
Obtain a university stipend by accepting a teaching or research assistantship.
Network with your colleagues through the Biomedical Graduate Student Association.
Participate in research. UND's Department of Biomedical Sciences ranks #2 in the nation for research funding from the National Institutes of Health.
Learn at the state-of-the-art School of Medicine & Health Sciences building and support research with regional, national and international entities.
What can I do with master's in biomedical sciences?
Master's in Biomedical Sciences Courses
Leaders in Healthcare
Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences Sarah Sletten is a Top Hat Educator nominee at UND.