Online Master of Science in Biomedical Diagnostics
The Master of Science in biomedical diagnostics program is designed to teach you the vital role diagnostics plays in the health care system. In this program, you’ll analyze aspects of the diagnostics industry and learn how they interact with health care and life sciences.
Next start date: 08/22/2024
Total classes: 10
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 31
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What is biomedical diagnostics?
Biomedical diagnostics is inclusive of the many processes used to obtain diagnostic information. This can be used to determine many different aspects of disease, treatments, predisposition for certain health conditions and other outcomes that can help manage one’s health and well-being.
The master’s in biomedical diagnostics program offers specialized training and coursework on key topics in the science and technology of diagnostics, as well as current issues in health economics, policy and regulatory matters.
How is this degree different from a master's in biomedical sciences?
A master’s in biomedical sciences provides you with a survey of the field of biomedical sciences without a significant focus in any particular area. In comparison, a master’s in biomedical diagnostics provides you with expansive breadth and depth in the science, technology, business and application of diagnostics.
In this program, you’ll specialize in biomedical diagnostics and be afforded opportunities to explore many facets of this key area of modern medicine.
Master's in biomedical diagnostics courses
A master’s in biomedical diagnostics provides you with specialized training in key topics, ranging from health regulation and policy to recent innovations in diagnostic technologies. In addition to completing core and elective courses, you’re required to develop an applied project on a topic relevant to the diagnostics field. Courses may include:
Current Perspectives in Biomedical Diagnostics
Foundations of Biomedical Informatics Methods I
Health Economics, Policy and Payment Models
Principles of Diagnostic Technology: Immunoassays
Principles of Diagnostic Technology: Molecular Diagnostics
Regulation of Medical Diagnostics
Biomedical diagnostics jobs
After earning a master’s in biomedical diagnostics online, you’ll be prepared to assist top biomedical companies in transforming health care and medical services or take on management roles in the field. You can also use this master’s program as a stepping stone to medical school. Possible careers include, but are not limited to:
Biomedical diagnostics application information
All applicants must meet 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 engineering.
- Biomedical informatics.
- Computer science.
- Health sciences.
- Life sciences.
- Medical studies.
- Supply chain management.
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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