This interdisciplinary program is designed to prepare independent investigators to
assume leadership roles in academic, government, and corporate biomedical research.
It involves a core didactic curriculum followed by faculty-guided dissertation research
directed toward contributing new discoveries that will advance the field in which
the student is interested.
is designed to enhance student credentials for entry into medical school by offering
a challenging biomedical sciences and public health curriculum and strengthening critical
thinking skills in a supportive academic environment.
The GEBS Learning Communities are groups of graduate education students facilitated
by faculty and peer mentors who encourage the development of valuable skills and relationships.
MSM offers a number of dual degree programs to help tailor advanced education to the
individual's needs and interests.
MSM evaluates student success in the context of our mission. The areas of achievement
vary by program and include parameters of retention (low attrition), graduation, success
in licensure examinations and career placement.
This thesis-based M.S. program provides coursework and research training for students
preparing to pursue a doctoral degree in research or the health professions, or seeking
a terminal master's degree. MSBR students explore career options, document their ability
to handle graduate studies, and conduct mentored research in an area of interest.
This broad-based multi-disciplinary graduate level program in clinical research is
designed to prepare clinical and translational research faculty, residents, and others.
This non-thesis program provides a foundation in biotechnologies through apprenticeship
In collaboration with Morehouse College, Spelman College and Clark Atlanta University,
students immerse themselves in Neuroscience coursework and research. Within 5 years
of starting their undergraduate degree, students receive both a B.S. degree from their
undergraduate institution and an M.S. degree in Neuroscience from MSM.
The Graduate Education in Biomedical Sciences Program office is located on the Westview
campus of MSM. Contact us today to learn more about our Ph.D., MSCR, MSBR, MSMS and