The Master of Science in Biomedicine and Law program provides interactive and comprehensive training in technical and practical aspects of science and research, as well as in the legal aspects related to new biomedical product development, entrepreneurship and regulatory compliance. This program is geared to individuals interested in careers focused in technology development.
This program is taught by expert faculty from Drexel University College of Medicine's Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Institute for Molecular Medicine and Infectious Disease, and from Drexel's nationally ranked Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Students must complete a minimum total of 36.0 semester credits of combined science and law courses to receive the master of science degree.
Program Level Outcomes
Graduates of the Master of Science in Biomedicine and Law program will achieve six program level outcomes that describe the skills, competencies and knowledge gained through completion of the program curriculum.
- Develop broad core knowledge in biological sciences and legal aspects of biomedical innovation
- Develop analytical and critical thinking skills
- Develop research skills
- Develop professional ethics
- Develop communication and leadership skills
- Develop other "work readiness" soft skills (e.g., teamwork, problem-solving, knowledge of career opportunities, networking)