For those of you who celebrate Christmas, here are some
biomedical scientists from an Australian University who are working
hard to explain how Santa can travel so fast, fit down chimneys,
and why Rudolph's nose glows!
A bachelor's degree in science, such as the biomedical science degree at
National University, can prepare you for a wide variety of
careers. At National, you can pick and choose any courses you like
among the life and physical sciences to tailor your own degree to
your field of interest.
Here's a great video exploring some of the many doors a science
degree may open for you:
Can't see the video? View it on About.com
Konstantina Adams knew NUHS was her dream school after visiting
the campus on a high school anatomy tour. In this video she
shares her favorite aspects of the BS program, as well as her
experience in on-campus housing. Konstanina plans to use her bachelor's
degree in biomedical science as a foundation for a future
career in chiropractic medicine.
"You're being taught by professors who actually care and who are
part of the field that you are eventually going into. I've been
taught by chiropractors, I've been taught by naturopaths...people
who are passionate about what they're teaching." -- Konstantina
Adams, biomedical science student
Crystal Stewart trained as a combat medic in the military after
high school, and knew she wanted a career in health care. Once she
finished her general education at a community college in Ohio, she
chose to come to National University's bachelor's degree completion program in
Because Crystal is an eligible veteran, National
University's Yellow Ribbon Program covers any
remaining tuition not already covered under the Post-911 GI
Once she graduates with her B.S. in Biomedical Sciences
from National University, Crystal hopes to go on to medical school
and earn an M.D.
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