Do you love nature? Many students interested in science do. With
a degree in biomedical sciences, you may be perfectly suited to
earning money doing what you love best - working with nature!
As we publish this post, the website
naturejobs.com has over 567 jobs listed under the search
criteria "biomedical science jobs," with a variety of positions all
over the world. That's because there is a need for workers trained
in the sciences worldwide.
Naturejobs.com also has an e-newsletter, resume and CV posting
service and job alerts you can subscribe to.
National University of
Health Sciences wants to prepare you for the widest possible
range of employment opportunities in the rewarding and in-demand
field of biomedical sciences - and that includes working with
nature, or any other specific interest that you are enthusiastic
A great aspect of earning a bachelor's degree in biomedical
science at National University is that you can join or attend
meetings of our student organizations, even
those that are geared to professional degree students. Why is that
a plus? Because sampling our student organizations will give you
first hand exposure to topics in a variety of health care
For example, as a BS student you can join the
Homeopathy Club and learn more about homeopathic medicine for
both yourself, and how physicians apply it for patient care. Or
learn more about acupuncture and oriental medicine by hearing noted
speakers hosted by our
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Club.
Other great clubs on campus that let you explore future career
specializations are the Sports Rehab Club, Public Health Club,
research oriented Journal Clubs, or our professional clubs such as
the Student American Chiropractic Association, or Naturopathic
Medical Student Association.
Students playing volleyball and basketball on campus
Clubs are a great way to meet other students and get active on
campus. There are also recreational clubs such as the Running
/Walking Club, the Yoga Club, or the Basketball Club. You can meet
and network with graduate students who, just like you, are excited
about science and health care.
At National University, there's more to college than just great
classroom learning! Explore more about NUHS at one of our student for a day
Have you heard the buzz-phrase "STEM" career or "STEM"
education? STEM stands for
Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics, and it's become an
important acronym for employers, educators and policy makers
nationwide. This is because the demand for professionals trained in
science, technology, engineering and math keeps growing.
What are some of the facts about STEM degrees and STEM careers?
In 2011, Georgetown University Center on Education and the
Workforce did a workforce study focused on STEM education and
workforce issues. Here's what the report found:
What does this mean for you? It means that finishing your bachelor's degree in
biomedical science at National University may be a very smart
decision in building a successful and rewarding career. Learn more
by planning to attend one of our student-for-a-day
If you are strongly considering finishing your bachelor's degree
in biomedical science, here's a day you won't want to miss:
Saturday, March 1, 2014!
Twice a year, National University of Health Sciences hosts a Campus
Visit Day that's fun, interactive and packed full of
information on its fantastic BS program. March 1st is the next one,
and it's coming up quick.
You'll start the day with a continental breakfast, then enjoy a
program overview, campus tour, a chance to meet current and former
students, and learn the nitty-gritty about financial aid,
admissions, housing and more. Then you'll enjoy lunch and a
chance to meet some of the student clubs, faculty and staff on
Furthermore, NUHS offers a special tuition incentive for
everyone who attends Campus Visit Day. If you attend the
event, and then choose to enroll in the NUHS Bachelor of Biomedical
Science program, you'll receive a $250 tuition credit for your
How to Register
To hold your place for Campus Visit Day, register online, or
A confirmation packet will be mailed to you with directions and
a schedule of the day's events.
For questions or more information, contact the Office of
Admissions at 1-800-826-6285 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The journal Science, published by the American Association
for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), has an online news center
with a special science career section.
Here you'll find a collection of recent stories on careers in
science from a variety of news publications. There's also a lively
science career discussion forum where science students, academics,
employers and current scientists give each other tips on navigating
their career paths.
There's also a job search tool to look through an updated
listing of current science employment opportunities. For example,
we put the term "research" into the search engine and pulled up
1289 job listings in scientific research from around the world.
There's also a library of employer profiles, so that you can get to
know some of the larger employers in the science industry.
You can even open an account on the site, post your resume, and
get up-to-date job openings emailed to you. Your account allows you
to make your resume and profile available to headhunters and
employers in the science industry.
This site will help you imagine all the opportunities you'll be
able to explore with your bachelor's degree in
biomedical science from National University.
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