Online Master of Science in Biomedical Diagnostics
The Master of Science in biomedical diagnostics is designed to help you understand the vital role diagnostics plays in every facet of the health care system. Our students and faculty are committed to improving the quality of life for people around the world and stimulating economic growth through advanced research and education.
Next start date: 01/10/2022
Total classes: 10
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 30
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Graduates with a master’s in biomedical diagnostics can help biomedical companies to transform health care and medical services, or take on management roles in the field. A master’s in biomedical diagnostics from ASU Online can help provide you with the knowledge and experience to pursue new career opportunities.
The Master of Science in biomedical diagnostics is a professional degree that offers specialized training and coursework on key topics in medical research, health care finance, patient management and more.
Diagnostics are used in 70% of medical decisions. The industry employs almost 2 million people in the U.S., according to Quest Diagnostics and the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The online program covers four core curricular areas that can help you build a more holistic understanding of biomedical diagnostics, including:
Does my master's in biomedical sciences say 'online'?
No, Arizona State University’s diplomas don’t specify whether you earn your degree online or in person. All diplomas and transcripts simply say “Arizona State University.” That’s because ASU Online students learn from the same faculty and receive the same course content as in-person students receive.
Apply to the ASU Online biomedical diagnostics graduate program
All applicants must fulfill the requirements of both the Graduate College and the College of Health Solutions to qualify for the Master of Science in biomedical diagnostics program. Eligible candidates typically possess a bachelor’s or master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in one of the following, or a closely related field:. biomedical informatics, biology, life sciences, chemistry, biochemistry, engineering, biomedical engineering, business, computer science, supply chain management, health sciences and medical studies.
Developing the health workforce of the future
At the College of Health Solutions, students and faculty research solutions to pressing global health challenges while preparing the health workforce of the future. Ongoing partnerships with the medical community offer students access to professional resources and networking opportunities with Mayo Clinic, Banner Health, HonorHealth, Dignity Health and more.
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