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What You Learn

You prepare for a career in medicine, public health and biomedical research.

  • Explore how human diseases are caused and treated at the cellular level
  • Study human anatomy and physiology, as well as the metabolic, immunological, neurological, digestive and endocrine systems
  • Uncover the ways genetics and bioinformatics inform personalized medicine
  • Understand how to conduct clinical drug trials, develop new drugs, test vaccines, analyze medical samples and investigate disease

Upon completion of the program, the majority of students apply to graduate degree programs in medicine, biomedicine or physical therapy.

Learn more about the 4-year B.S. in Biomedicine

B.S. in Science and Technology | Biomedicine

Students in building studying

I am fortunate to be part of a team of faculty members at NJCSTM who have been working to transform the way science and mathematics are taught by enabling students to join faculty-directed research initiatives and learn through laboratory research experience."

Dil Ramanathan, Ph.D.
2017 Inspiring Leader in STEM
Kean biotechnology and molecular biology professor Dil Ramanathan, Ph.D.


Job placement rate for STEM students after graduation


Options for Research First Initiatives


Average STEM salary compared to average U.S. annual salary of $44,000

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