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Master of Biomedical Sciences (MBS) admissions

One degree. Many paths to success.

Earn your MBS at our Scranton campus or online.

One degree. Many paths to success.

Geisinger College of Health Sciences educates aspiring physicians, scientists and healthcare team members to serve society using a community-based, patient-centered, interprofessional and evidence-based model of education that is committed to inclusion, promotes discovery and uses innovative techniques.

Our students learn in an environment created specifically to address the medical and scientific realities of the 21st century. Geisinger is a pioneer in technologies and techniques ranging from fully integrated electronic health records and care delivered by multidisciplinary teams to bioinformatics and an unparalleled genomics program. The College of Health Sciences embraces these advances while meshing them with the age-old philosophy of biomedical science: care and concern for community. Our curriculum encourages students to take a person-centered approach to problem-solving, and we inspire our learners to meet change with confidence and an open mind. These qualities, coupled with superior communication skills fostered in innumerable small groups and professional interactions, will serve you well in any career in medicine or science.

Whether you’re seeking to position yourself for further graduate study, attend professional school (such as medical, dental or optometry), gain entry into a health-related field or advance within your organization, Geisinger College of Health Sciences’ Master of Biomedical Sciences (MBS) program prepares students to succeed.

Why earn your MBS at Geisinger?

  • Academic rigor: Geisinger College of Health Sciences emphasizes excellence. Our curriculum is rigorous, intensive, comprehensive and recognized, which means education institutions and employers know a  degree from us means an exceptionally qualified candidate
  • Personal attention: Our MBS students learn in an intimate, close-knit environment. We provide personalized advising to help you make the best academic and professional choices. We offer a host of personal, academic and referral services to enhance your interpersonal and educational experiences.
  • Real-world education: Our intensive biomedical curriculum includes elective courses that allow you to choose a personal path to success. We offer a range of experiences that could involve research, corporate visits and mentoring from faculty, research scientists, business executives and entrepreneurs.
  • Student-centered schedules: At our Scranton Campus, students attend classes full-time and complete the degree in 10 to 12 months. Classes are also available online in both a full-time and part-time format.
  • Enhanced credentials: Highly qualified educators and research scholars will guide you through the MBS curriculum, which closely models courses typically found in the first year of medical school.
  • Research experience: Explore opportunities to take part in community health research, which emphasizes proposal writing, survey design, ethics, data management and analysis, qualitative research and field investigation.
  • Career focus: Our professional development course will help you craft your personal statement and curriculum vitae, practice interviewing skills and gain insight about your career options from a variety of health professionals.
  • Standardized test prep: The Professional School Application Enhancement (Princeton Review) MCAT, DAT or GRE prep course will prepare you for professional school. These comprehensive courses are offered at no additional charge. Students who achieve a benchmark score in the MCAT or other standardized exam may elect to opt out of the Princeton Review and take an additional elective course.

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Contact us

Geisinger College of Health Sciences
Admissions Department
Medical Sciences Building
525 Pine St.
Scranton, PA 18509
Call: 570-504-9068
Text: 570-209-9743
Fax: 570-504-2794

Michelle Schmude, EdD
Associate Dean for Admissions, Enrollment Management & Financial Aid and Associate Professor 

Lauren Perry, MSHR
Director of Undergraduate & Graduate Admissions 

Sara Myers, MEd
Assistant Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions

Suzanne McNamara
Director of Financial Aid

Roxanne Seymour, MBA, MSHE
Associate Director for Financial Aid

Janice Richardson, MA
Financial Aid Advisor

Aleiza Merritt
Administrative Assistant, Undergraduate & Graduate Admissions