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Department of

Undergraduate Program in Medical Sciences

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The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine offers undergraduate education in the basic medical sciences to prepare students to be competitive for admission to professional schools—including medicine, physician assistant, and dentistry—and graduate programs in the life sciences.

The Undergraduate Program in Medical Sciences is an innovative pathway that provides students with integrated academic, experiential, and mentored opportunities that will prepare them for advanced training in biomedical science, medicine, and other health professions.

Academic Programs

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The Undergraduate Program in Medical Sciences offers both a major and minor in medical sciences. The minor launched in fall 2013 and the major will celebrate its inaugural graduating class in spring 2018. The program offers an ever-expanding catalog of courses in biochemistry, biomedical research, community & health service-learning, health research, immunology, medical genetics, microbiology, molecular genetics, pharmacology, physiology, statistics & experimental design, and other areas.