The Professional Science Master in Biomarkers and Diagnostics (MSBS-PBD) is designed to be a terminal degree with the graduate having strong prospects for immediate employment in industry. The MSBS-PBD degree is a “job ready” degree. This is achieved by a three-pronged approach:
- To prepare master’s students with a strong foundation in the fundamentals of biomarker discovery and development through focused course work.
- To complement their science education through course work in management, orienting them to realities of the business aspects of the pharmaceutical/diagnostics industry.
- To place them as interns in a pharmaceutical- or diagnostic-oriented company for four months to enhance their practical training and employability.
The MSBS-PSMBD program is targeted to students completing a bachelor in computer science, chemistry or a biological or pharmaceutical science.
|BIPG 5200||Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics||3|
|BMSP 6340||Curr Prob Res App Genes/Genom||2|
|BIPG 5100||Fund Bioinformatics Proteomics||3|
|INDI 6020||On Being a Scientist||1|
|MGMT 6150 |
or MGMT 6160
|Leading and Developing Yourself |
or Leading With Power and Influence
|HURM 6720 |
or HURM 6700
|Advanced Negotiation and Conflict Management |
or Human Resource Management
|BIPG 6100||Bioinformatic Computation||3|
|BMSP 6350||Cell Biology & Signaling||3|
|BRIM 6200||Biomarker Disc,Valid & Impleme||3|
|HURM 6730||Performance Management||3|
|BIDI 5100||Biomarkers and Diagnostics Internship||6|
|BIDI 5200||Readings in Biomarkers and Diagnostics (online)||1|
|BIPG 6890||Independent Study in BPG||2|
The minimum number of credit hours for completion of the MSBS, PSM in Biomarkers and Diagnostics degree is 36.5 credits.