BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES GRADUATE PROGRAM
Temple's Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program provides students with the education, training, and skills that today's employers in academia, government and industry demand. Our graduates find positions in academia and in a wide array of health science-related industries and corporations throughout the United States and abroad.
With a curriculum featuring an interdisciplinary approach to education and research training, students learn how to perform as independent scientific investigators, exploring new pathways for learning and discovery.
Both the MS with thesis and PhD programs are scholarly endeavors requiring original research. The programs challenge students to think logically and creatively and to express themselves independently.
Students benefit from Temple's high faculty-to-student ratio. They receive outstanding mentoring from their advisors and faculty—all premier researchers with national and international reputations. Students are also given ample opportunity to explore options for independent study and research.
Temple University School of Medicine
Founded in 1901, Temple University School of Medicine's primary mission is to educate the next generation of physicians and scientists. Temple has produced scores of leaders in medicine during its 111-year history. Its graduates continue to advance academia, clinical practice and industry across the globe.
In its annual rankings, U.S. News & World Report lists Temple University School of Medicine as one of the five most applied-to medical schools and among the top medical research universities in the nation. It also ranks Temple University Hospital among the Philadelphia region's best. Temple has an excellent reputation. Hundreds of Temple faculty and alumni are cited for excellence in peer-reviewed rankings, year after year.
Biomedical research is central to Temple's mission. Our world-class faculty set the pace in key areas of investigation, pushing the boundaries of science to advance patient care.
Temple University School of Medicine is fully accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education. Our new education and research building opened in 2009. Seven floors of the 480,000 square-foot, eleven-story structure are devoted to state-of-the-art research and laboratory space.