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 fields.
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 events.