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College of Arts & Sciences

The Biomedical Sciences program is a distinctive undergraduate program offered at Texas A&M in the College of Arts & Sciences. The program has two objectives:

  1. Establish a strong four-year college education. We aim to prepare students at the college level for productive futures in a changing world and help them gain the versatility to face the years ahead.
  2. Assist students, in a structured way, in orienting and training themselves in areas of selected vocational interests. The BIMS program provides the fundamental knowledge to build the skills needed for successful vocational achievements, making the graduate employable and trainable.

Pursue a degree in our distinctive program, add a minor to your degree plan, or find a certificate that aids in your academic pursuits.

Biomedical Sciences is a broad field of applied biology that is directed toward understanding health and disease. Our mission is to educate students who will create a healthier future for humans and animals through the medical professions, biomedical innovation and discovery, global service and outreach.

The Biomedical Sciences minor consists of coursework related to and directed toward the understanding of health and disease.

The Biomedical Research Certificate will provide students the opportunity to gain advanced training in biomedical research.

Students who complete this certificate will be functionally bilingual and able to perform linguistically in a culturally sensitive manner within the biomedical environment.