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Medical Sciences Baccalaureate Program

Bachelor of Science in Medical Sciences

The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine launched the Medical Sciences major in fall 2015 and will welcome its first graduating class in spring 2018.

Learn more about our students here!


Medical Sciences is an innovative major within the College of Medicine that provides students with integrated academic, experiential, and mentored opportunities to prepare them for advanced training in medicine and the biomedical sciences. In addition to taking courses that are required for the major, students choose from a broad range of elective courses. In consultation with an academic advisor, each student creates an Individual Development Plan (IDP) that best meets their career objectives.

A list of undergraduate courses offered in the College of Medicine can be found here.

During their first two years, students in the program participate in Learning Communities which develop a sense of camaraderie while student take the majority of their classes on west campus. 

For their capstone experience in the senior year, students select either the Health & Community: Service-Learning track or the Biomedical Research track.

View the sample 4-year curriculum (PDF) for students in the Medical Sciences major. Individual students' sequences and electives will vary. 

Learn more about the role of experiential learning in the curriculum including research, service learning, and international opportunities.

Minors and Certificates

Medical Sciences students are pursuing minors/certificates in the College of Allied Health Sciences (CAHS), the College of Design, Architecture, Art, & Planning (DAAP), the College of Education, Criminal Justice, & Human Services (CECH), the Lindner College of Business (LCB), and the McMicken College of Arts & Sciences (A&S).

  • Anthropology
  • Astrophysics
  • Biology
  • Business Administration
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Deaf Studies
  • Early Childhood Education & Development
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Fine Arts
  • French
  • Global Health Studies
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Nutrition
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Professional Writing
  • Psychology
  • Social Work & Health Care Services
  • Spanish
  • Substance Abuse Counseling
Medical Sciences students after their RaMP research presentations