Academics

Programs of Study

Biomedical Sciences

In partnership with Kent State University, the biomedical sciences degree program is designed to promote research and education in the biomedical disciplines. Individuals in the program have the opportunity to carry out their research with scientists at NEOMED. Faculty research focuses on most aspects of biomedicine ranging from molecular, to cellular and organismal levels of biological organization.

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Health-System Pharmacy Administration

Curriculum delivery is fully online, providing a convenient and flexible opportunity to enable current health care professionals to obtain the skills they need to assume management and leadership positions in hospitals and health-system pharmacy practice environments.

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Integrated Pharmaceutical Medicine

Across the curriculum, students will learn principles of drug action, pharmaceutical medicine research methods, statistics with an emphasis on biostatistics, medicinal pharmacology, biopharmaceutics and biotechnology, and several elective courses tailored to the student’s major interest.

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Medical Ethics & Humanities

Students begin the Master of Arts in Medical Ethics and Humanities Program by building a foundation in the medical humanities with theoretical perspectives in ethics. This foundation gives students the tools to critically examine issues and values relevant to health care delivery, research, and the health care organization, as well as the ability to self-reflect, addressing biases and recognizing different viewpoints.

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Modern Anatomical Sciences

Coursework and curriculum delivery take place under the guidance of a number of experienced experts. Students are exposed to interprofessional education opportunities and clinical experiences within a health professions university.

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Public Health

The Master of Public Health degree program is a consortium program with the University of Akron, Cleveland State University, NEOMED, Ohio University and Youngstown State University.

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