Biomedical Physiology

major or honors in Biomedical Physiology prepares students for professional schools -medical, dental, veterinary medicine, physical/occupational therapy and others; and for research and laboratory work in the physiological sciences. 

Course work will build a strong foundation in physiology and anatomy, electrophysiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, neurophysiology of disease, molecular and cellular cardiology, and human energy metabolism. 

A Biomedical Physiology major program is not a terminal degree - it doesn't immediately qualify you for a particular position. Most often, students pursue further education beyond this major program, whether in research or professional education settings.