Your Career in Medicine Starts Here

See Which Degree Can Help You Succeed

So, you’re ready to change lives in the medical field. But what medical career path do you choose when there are so many options? If you’re thinking about medical, dental or PA school, Regis University’s M.S. in Biomedical Sciences and Graduate Certificate in Biomedical Sciences programs will build your confidence and help you become a stronger applicant to the medical school of your choosing.

Our advanced science program is designed for students who have completed an undergraduate degree and basic undergraduate science course work and want to take a deep dive into areas like anatomy, biochemistry, human physiology, pharmacology, cell biology and more. With a degree in biomedical sciences from Regis, you’ll be ready for any school application process, and gain a more comprehensive background in the field of study you’ve chosen to pursue as a career.

What Can I Do with a Biomedical Science Degree?

An advanced degree in Biomedical Sciences is challenging by design. With this degree, you have many options — all fueled by your genuine passion for helping others. Perhaps you’ll choose to enter the field of biomedical research, actively researching methods and hands-on testing to treat and prevent disease.

Maybe you’ll decide to be an epidemiologist and learn all you can about infectious disease and helping prevent pandemics like COVID-19 from ever occurring again. Many students use this master’s program to prepare themselves for the most arduous career choice yet; the choice to enter medical, dental or PA school.

Regardless of your path, the little things make a big difference. At Regis, you’ll find:

  • Supportive faculty helps you find your footing along the way
  • 5:1 student-to-faculty ratio (one of the smallest across similar programs at other schools)
  • Practical applications of biomedical science, with a 100-hour externship requirement for each graduate
  • Partnerships with Anschutz Medical Center, National Jewish Health, St. Luke’s Hospital and Denver Health, as well as private medical and dental clinics in the Denver metro area
  • Collaborative learning environment and opportunities to practice lessons in hands-on settings


Every new, eligible M.S. in Biomedical Sciences student starting at Regis this fall semester will receive a Dean’s Scholarship of $5,000 (for Regis alumni) or $3,000 (for new students). Students must submit a complete application before Oct. 10, 2023, to qualify.


Two Graduate Teaching Fellowships in Biomedical Sciences are awarded each academic year. Fellows are required to teach one section of BL 259 General Biology I Laboratory in the fall and one section of BL 261 General Biology II Laboratory in the spring, the introductory general biology laboratories.

Ready to get started? Learn more about our master’s degree and graduate certificate programs in Biomedical Sciences. Or jump right in and start your application today.

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