The advent of computer technology has opened a new chapter in technological advances which makes computers become part of everyday life. Computers make all lives easier so that all can live good lives. Computers are everywhere at work, at school, and at home. The educational system has taken advantage of the technology in teaching and learning, processing data, record keeping, and in their enrollment system. A well built one will reduce the load on the people that normally have to-do all the work.
Master of Science in Multidisciplinary Biomedical Science
MS PLAN II: Comprehensive Exam, Standard Option | Computer Science
Plan I - Thesis. Comp Exam Guidelines. The comprehensive exam is a practical exam designed to evaluate each student's ability to apply what they have learned. In order to ensure that the exam is relevant and presented in context, it is integrated into host courses. Plan I - Thesis M.
All MSCS students must take 30 credit hours in order to graduate. At least 21 credit hours must be taken at the level; thus a maximum of 9 credit hours can be taken at the level. Students will take at least four courses from a list of level breadth requirements.
If you're interested in careers in research science, scientific policy, science communication, science education, biomedical sales, and more, the Master of Science in Multidisciplinary Biomedical Science MBS might be for you. This program is intended for domestic and international students that have some undergraduate STEM field training and wish to increase their knowledge of biomedical sciences. We offer an exciting, innovative curriculum. A wide range of elective classes are offered through several STEM-themed disciplines that cater to a wide array of career trajectories.