In keeping with the Jesuit tradition of educating the whole person, the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences program develops students as well-rounded individuals. You’ll be inspired to think critically about pressing topics, engage in conversations about research ethics and spark your creative inquiry. Research at Creighton is mission-driven, making your work part of a larger effort to serve others and create a more just world.
Your research passions are our priority
The master’s in biomedical sciences program is highly personalized. You’ll have an individualized plan of study and opportunities for both theoretical and applied research in your field. Possible areas of study include:
- Cancer biology
- Auditory and vestibular research
- Biochemistry and chemical biology
- Cell and developmental biology
- Molecular biology and gene regulation
Your professors will work closely with you—guiding your studies and acting as teachers, advisors and mentors throughout your degree and career. Many of our faculty members collaborate and work with students long after they earn their degree.
Creighton's state-of-the-art facilities, such as the Biomedical Sciences department's core facilities and Integrated Biomedical Imaging Facility, provide hands-on experiences that will help you develop skills to differentiate you after graduation.
Join a growing field of biomedical research scientists
Biomedical science is a growing field, and research scientists are in high demand. Job opportunities for biomedical scientists are expected to grow 13% over the next decade.
A graduate education is non-negotiable for advancement in the field—29 percent of biomedical scientists have a master’s degree and 62% have a doctoral or professional degree. The national median annual salary for a biomedical scientist is $80,828.
Source: Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) — January 2018