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Graduate Certificates

Biomedical Science Certificate

Biomedical Science is a broad and interdisciplinary field focused on understanding and improving human health. It incorporates diverse areas of specialized investigation that share this common goal, including anatomy, biochemistry, genetics, immunology, microbiology, pharmacology and others. The Biomedical Science Certificate is offered to provide master's and Ph.D. students an integrated background in the biomedical sciences. To achieve this aim, the 12-credit program is designed with flexibility. Although the program is centered on the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, faculty from other colleges and institutions contribute to the program's success, and students are welcomed from many departments, centers, and colleges throughout the University.

Admissions Requirements

Admission to and completion of this program is organized by the College of Medicine. For admission, the applicant must satisfy the following criteria:

  • Students must have approval of their graduate program to enroll, and must remain in good standing with their graduate program to continue in this certificate program.
  • Speak to the Graduate Programs Coordinator to discuss requirements and enrollment bstatler@health.fau.edu for completion.

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Genomics and Predictive Health Certificate

The Genomics and Predictive Health Certificate provides master’s and Ph.D. students an integrated background in the field of genomics and predictive health. The program prepares students with the experience they need to take advantage of emerging advancements in the fields of personalized medicine, biotechnology, and population health. Although the program is centered on the Schmidt College of Medicine, faculty from other colleges and institutions will combine to ensure the program’s success. Students from multiple departments, centers and colleges throughout the University are welcomed. Genomics and Predictive Health is a broad and interdisciplinary field focused on understanding and improving human health. It incorporates diverse areas of specialized investigation that share this common goal, including anatomy, biochemistry, cell biology, clinical sciences, cognitive sciences, development, genetics, immunology, medical sciences, microbiology, molecular biology, pathology, pharmacology, psychology, and more.

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Last Modified 10/19/21