CAGS Biomedical Science General Studies

This CAGS is designed for those students who desire to strengthen their academic acumen in the Biomedical sciences in preparation for admission to a health professional program. 

The ideal student is one who has successfully completed the first foundational year of studies at PCOM (GA, SGA, PA) and has completed, or is currently pursuing, a MS degree in a second year concentration other than General Studies.

A CAGS in General Studies will only be granted to students who successfully complete a MS degree in Biomedical Sciences at PCOM

Requirements CAGS Biomedical Science General Studies

Electives, Choose Four
BIOM 601MIntroduction to Pathology3
BIOM 603GConcepts in Pharmacology Toxicology3
BIOM 604GNutritional Biochemistry3
BIOM 610GMedical Immunology3
BIOM 611GMedical Microbiology3
BIOM 613GMolecular Genetics3
BIOM 614GDevelopmental Neuroscience3
BIOM 615GBiomedical Bases of Medicine3
BIOM 617GHuman Virology Biology3
BIOM 620GHuman Viruses Vaccines and Infectious Diseases3
BIOM 621GComputational Neuroscience3
BIOM 622GAdvanced Cardio Pulmonary Renal Physiology3
BIOM 624GEmbryological Basis of Disease3
BIOM 625GCurrent Challenges in Infectious Diseases3
BIOM 626GNeurobiology of Disease3
BIOM 628GTopics in Global Health3
BIOM 629GAdvanced Gastrointestinal and Endocrine Physiology3
Not all courses are offered each term or each year. Courses are either 3 credits or 4 credits. Depending on the combination of four courses completed for the CAGS, the total number of credits will be 12-16 credits. All Biomedical Program and PCOM policies and procedures as presented in the current handbooks apply to students completing a CAGS in General studies.