Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
  • IBMS
    The Integrated Biomedical Sciences (IBMS) Graduate Program is composed of seven disciplines that reflect contemporary research.
  • Biomedical Engineering
    Students are trained in the principles of biomedical engineering to develop new approaches for the treatment of human diseases.
  • Nursing Sciences
    Clinical nurse scientists undertake a curriculum that includes philosophy of science, research methods and techniques, nursing theories and statistical methods.
  • Radiological Sciences
    Students are trained in the use of radiant energy to understand and modify biological processes.
  • Translational Science
    Students are trained to lead multi-disciplinary biomedical research teams in bench-to-bedside or bedside-to-community translational research. The TS PhD is a new, joint degree program among four UT institutions.

Biomedical Engineering


The Biomedical Engineering program is offered jointly by the graduate schools of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) and the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), and it offers a MS degree in addition to the PhD degree. Students are trained in the use of basic bioengineering approaches for the investigation of fundamental biomedical questions associated with the diagnosis and treatment of human diseases.  Students in this program have access to biosciences and bioengineering laboratories at both UTHSCSA and UTSA. Students interested in this program apply through UTSA. For more information, click here.

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