While completing the BS in Applied Molecular Biology and Biotechnology degree, students will take six (6) credits of graduate-level courses in lieu of regularly required undergraduate courses in the major. The six credits will be counted toward both the Bachelor of Science degree and the Master of Science. Following completion of the Baccalaureate degree, students will complete an additional 26 credits of coursework to meet the course requirements for the MMS degree. The suggested sequence is as follows:
Students must earn 8 credits in the fieldwork experiences category through an individualized combination of the following courses: Advanced Practica, Laboratory Education and Administration, Laboratory Administration and Management.
To meet the scholarly product requirement, students may complete a literature review/health services/ outcomes based research project course MEDT 800 (6 credits total) or engage in a wet-bench research project with a selected research mentor MEDT 868 (6 credits total). Students should meet with the MMS program director to determine which course selection best meets their educational needs.
Students should complete a minimum of 6 concentration elective credits. See the MMS program handbook for a list of potential concentration elective courses. Selections are tailored to meet each student’s educational goals.