International School of Biomedical Diagnostics


The Student Experience

The International School of Biomedical Diagnostics draws expertise from faculty across Arizona State University, Dublin City University and other industry partners to offer a world-class international Master of Science in Biomedical Diagnostics degree.

This program is formatted to meet the needs of working professionals. It is offered entirely online and can be taken full-time or part-time. Courses are primarily offered in condensed 7.5 week sessions.

The Masters of Science in Biomedical Diagnostics has four core curricular areas that provide the foundation for the degree program:

  • Technology of Diagnostics - explores instrument and assay development, biomedical engineering and diagnostic product development
  • Science of Diagnostics - focuses on underlying bioinformatics and bio-statistical analysis, clinical trial design, regulatory systems and the technology behind imaging, pathology, molecular and sequencing technology
  • Business of Diagnostics - encompasses public and private health care finance and reimbursement, along with personalized health care, and includes the companion diagnostics
  • Application of Diagnostics - taught through case studies on critical diagnostics-related issues including intellectual property, bioethics, clinical utility, intellectual property, smart systems, as well as modality integration and systems analysis

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Graduate Programs

Biomedical Diagnostics, MS

Biomedical Diagnostics (MS) Degree Program

The MS degree in biomedical diagnostics is a one-year program focusing on the technology, science, business and application of diagnostics. This online degree program is offered by the International School of Biomedical Diagnostics at ASU. The program was developed in partnership with Dublin City University and industry partners, and state-of-the-art online technology is used to offer courses from both institutions. The culminating experience for this degree will include industry and academic partnerships.