Biomedical Science is using biology-based knowledge for medical purposes, such as study, monitoring, or treatment. The primary focus of a biomedical sciences student is to study the human body functions by cells, organs, and systems. This is a fascinating and dynamic field that is crucial to our comprehension and management of human diseases. BS in Biomedical Science programme will build your solid foundation in a variety of scientific areas that constitute the foundation of medicine and allied fields. Through research, health monitoring, or treatment, students will learn how to apply biology-based science for medical applications. This course has a unique combination of fundamental biological and medical sciences which gives students the intellectual resources and scientific competence they need to excel in advanced health sciences coursework.


CodeCourse TitleCrHrsPre-Req
Semester 1
HSS101Functional English3-0-0
MTH208Quantitative Reasoning-I3-0-0
HSS103Islamic Studies/Ethics2-0-0
CCL100Applications of Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)2-1-3
BMS101Human Anatomy2-1-3
Total CrHrs17
Semester 2
HSS102Expository Writing3-0-0HSS101
CCS207Quantitative Reasoning-II3-0-0MTH208
HSS104Ideology & Constitution of Pakistan2-0-0
HSS108Civics & Community Engagement2-0-0
BMS102Essentials of Public Health3-0-0
Total CrHrs16
Semester 3
PHY100Natural Sciences2-1-0
PSY101Arts & Humanities2-0-0
HSS109Social Science2-0-0
MGT201Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Technology3-0-0
AHS201Human Physiology2-1-3
Total CrHrs16
Semester 4
BBT202Biosafety & Bioethics2-0-0
BBT203Principles of Genetics3-0-0
AHS202General Pathology2-1-3
BBT205Molecular Biology2-1-3
Total CrHrs17
Semester 5
BBT305Fundamentals of Biochemistry2-1-3
BMS301Cancer Biology3-0-0
BMS302Biomedical Instrumentations & lab Techniques2-1-3
BBT201Cell Biology2-1-3
BBT302Principal of Biochemical Engineering3-0-0
Total CrHrs15
Semester 6
BBT306Bioenergetics & Metabolism2-1-3BBT305
BBT307Research Methodology & Skill Enhancement2-0-0
BMS304Gene Manipulation & Genetic Engineering2-1-3
Total CrHrs17
Semester 7
BMS401Stem Cell Therapy3-0-0
BBT402Health Biotechnology3-0-0
BMS402Field Experience/Internship3-x-x
BMSxxxBiomedical Sciences Elective-I3-0-0
Total CrHrs16
Semester 8
BMS404Functional Diagnostic & Lab. Information System3-0-0
BMS405Infectious Diseases3-0-0
BMS406Pharmacology & Toxicology3-0-0
BMS407Capstone Project3-x-x
BMSxxxBiomedical Sciences Elective-II3-0-0
Total CrHrs15
CodeCourseCategoryCr Hrs
BMS408Forensics MedicinesDMJ2-1-3
BMS410IVF & Reproductive TechnologyDMJ2-1-3
BMS411Biomaterial & Tissue EngineeringDMJ2-1-3
BMS412Clinical ParasitologyDMJ3-0-0
BMS413Molecular DiagnosticsDMJ3-0-0
BMS414Medical VirologyDMJ3-0-0
BMS415Medical BiophysicsDMJ3-0-0
BMS416Nuclear MedicinesDMJ2-1-3
BMS417Biomedical StatisticsDMJ2-1-3

Study Scheme – Program Structure Framework (as per HEC Policy 2023)


TitleCoursesCredit HoursRemarks
Graduation Requirement  Minimum requirement set by HEC is 120 Cr. Hrs
General Education Cluster: University Core   
Arts and Humanities *102 
Natural Sciences *13(2+1) 
Social Sciences* Introduction to Psychology102 
Functional English **103 
Expository Writing **103 
Quantitative Reasoning ** QR-1206 
Islamic Studies / Ethics**102 
Ideology and Constitution of Pakistan **102 
ICT: Applications of Information and Communication Technologies  **13(2+1) 
Entrepreneurship **102 
Civics and Community Engagement **102 

* University may offer any course within the specific broader subject domain/cluster to meet the given credits.

** HEC designed model courses may be used by the university.

Disciplinary Major2472 
Field Experience / Internship13 
Capstone Project (Research Project)13 


  1. General Education Cluster: University Core

HEC policy requires 30 credit hours of general education courses. However, there may be some flexibility to build this component over time in view of the operating constraints and requirements of the disciplinary accreditation bodies.


  1. Major (Disciplinary) Requirements:

A major is the academic discipline or a specialized area of study in which the degree is offered. The minimum requirement to complete a single major is 72 credit hours. This is valid for all undergraduate/equivalent degree programs except for Associate Degrees.

  1. Interdisciplinary/Allied Requirements:

Interdisciplinary courses are those offered in allied or complementary disciplines to reinforce the notion of interdisciplinary competency and to support horizon of the major.

  1. Field Experience/Internship:

Field experience is a professional learning experience that offers meaningful and practical work experience related to a student’s field of study or career interest. It is an opportunity to apply knowledge gained in the classroom with practice in the field.

  1. Capstone Project:

A capstone project allows students to bring together the concepts, principles and methods that they have learned in their course of study and to apply their knowledge and acquired competencies to address the real-world problems.

BS Biomedical Science – 4 YEAR DEGREE PROGRAM



Program’s Distinctive Features

  • Comprehensive understanding of biological and basic medical sciences with a solid foundation in biology, chemistry, physiology, anatomy, genetics, microbiology, and biochemistry and human physiology.
  • Become proficient in laboratory techniques and gain an understanding of research methodologies and data analysis skills essential for conducting scientific investigations.
  • Knowledge of pathophysiology and disease processes necessary for understanding how diseases develop, progress, and impact the human body.
  • Students learn to apply their knowledge to real-world problems and develop critical thinking skills necessary for scientific inquiry and also students develop effective communication skills, both oral and written and collaborating with other students in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Students also learn about ethical principles, regulations, and guidelines governing research involving human subjects, animal subjects, and biosafety.


Learning Outcomes

  • Master foundational concepts in biology, chemistry, human anatomy, physiology, pathology, and related sciences to understand diseases.
  • Develop critical analysis skills for scientific literature and data and gain proficiency in essential laboratory techniques by utilizing quantitative reasoning and statistical analysis.
  • Communicate scientific findings effectively and collaborate in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Understand and evaluate ethical implications of research.
  • Prepare for careers in biomedical research and related fields.


Career Prospects  

  • Medical equipment manufacturing companies-machines/instrument specialist
  • Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Companies (R&D for drug and vaccine development)
  • Hospital- Clinical Trials Managerand Hospital Management-Liaison executives
  • Diagnostic Laboratory Managers (R&D for new test development)
  • Biomedical products sales & marketing manager
  • Forensics Crime scene investigator- PFSA
  • & Public Health Policy Agencies
  • Academicians & academic researchers

Teaching Pedagogy

Teaching pedagogy for BS Biomedical Science fosters an environment that promotes active engagement, critical inquiry, and practical application of knowledge. Faculty members employ diverse methods such as hands-on experiments, inquiry-based learning, technology integration, and collaborative projects to enhance student understanding. A variety of assessment strategies are utilized to gauge comprehension and provide feedback, while encouraging reflection on learning experiences by reflective practices. Ultimately, effective teaching pedagogy our faculty aims to inspire curiosity, cultivate critical thinking skills, and prepare students for success in scientific inquiry and application.

Eligibility Criteria:

Minimum 45% marks in Intermediate (Pre-Medical / Pre-Engineering) / A-Level or equivalent

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