With a Lipscomb M.S. degree in Biomolecular Science, you will be better positioned for admission into health related professional school or an advanced career in research. You will graduate from our faith-based program prepared for your future and a successful career.
Our Biomolecular Science program emphasizes an understanding of the application of experimental research to medicine. Students will complete courses both in the lab and in the classroom. Current primary literature based courses include “Cancer Biology”, “Clinical Research”, “Immunology”, “Cellular Molecular Physiology”, “Stem Cell Biology” and others. Choose a concentration in either Human Disease or Laboratory Research, and we will give you the experience, opportunities and skills necessary to stand out.
Whatever your ultimate career goal, be it clinical or laboratory in nature, the Lipscomb BMS program and faculty will provide you the guidance, education and experience necessary to ensure that you are a strong applicant and valuable asset in a growing market.
Our established program with over 10 years experience has produced students with a proven track record of success.
- 77% of our pre-med grads are accepted to medical school
- 90% acceptance to Ph.D. programs
Not going to med school right away? This program is an excellent addition for your medical school application. It also serves as a great boost to your professional resume and future employment opportunities.
Other graduates from our program have achieved their goals and become dentists, started their own biotech companies, found success in medical sales and clinical research.
Why earn a degree at Lipscomb?
Lipscomb University is located in the heart of Nashville, providing our students with healthcare and research opportunities both while in the program and beyond. Let Lipscomb’s Career Development Center help you improve your resumes, give you a mock interview and connect you with local job or shadowing opportunities to gain valuable experience in your chosen field. If you hope to progress onto a health related professional school, Lipscomb’s Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC) office can help revise your personal statement and provide valuable counseling to help strengthen your application.
With an average cohort size of less than 15, you'll get the attention you crave and deserve from proven faculty who are not only extensively published and performing cutting-edge research but are passionate about mentoring students. Our faculty are deeply committed to your academic, professional and spiritual preparation throughout the program and beyond.
Our research based program will provide you experience that will help you stand out as an applicant for a professional program while also providing you a marketable degree that you can leverage to gain an exciting career following graduation.
- Official transcripts from all schools attended
- 3.0 GPA
- 1-2 page Personal Statement
- Resume or CV
- The ideal candidate has undergraduate lab experiences, courses in cell or molecular biology, infectious disease and statistics, an average GPA of at least a 3.2 and a test score above the 50th percentile.
Fall, spring and summer cohorts:
- Fall — July 1
- Spring — November 1
- Summer — April 1
- We do still consider applications received after the application deadline. However, you risk being put on the waitlist for that cohort.