Biomedical Sciences (B.S.)

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biomedical Sciences degree program consists of a rigorous, hands-on laboratory based curriculum that emphasizes concentrations in biological sciences and biochemistry to prepare students for direct entry into analytical/research laboratories and health sciences. This degree also prepares students for a variety of science-related positions in pharmaceutics, medical manufacturing, clinical and environmental chemistry, laboratories, health departments, zoos and museums. Coursework includes physics, chemistry, biology, microbiology, molecular biology and genetics with a variety of upper-level concentrations to suit a student’s individual interests.

Infused with scientific writing, critical thinking and communication requirements, graduates of the program will be prepared for a variety of science related careers. Graduates will also obtain the core prerequisites necessary to succeed in science graduate programs, as well as professional programs such as medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, podiatry, chiropractic medicine, occupational and physical therapy, and physician assistant programs.

Degree Options

NOVA Graduate PA Program

FSCJ’s NOVA PA Preferred Application Cohort is a unique opportunity for highly motivated, qualified degree-seeking students currently enrolled in FSCJ’s Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences program. Once your completed interest form has been reviewed, you will be contacted by a program representative to learn more about the program and to complete an official intake form.

Interest Form

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Credit Hours: 120 Credits
Online Program : No
Program Code: T300
Financial Aid Eligible : Yes
  (904) 766-6726

Program Notice

Priority Deadlines

Admissions to this program occur continually throughout the term. If you plan to use financial aid, applications must be received by the priority deadlines listed below to allow sufficient time for processing.

Fall Term - June 1
Spring Term - October 1
Summer Term - February 1

Email has become the College’s preferred method of communication. Information regarding admissions decisions has transitioned from mail to email, and it will be delivered only to your FSCJ student email account.