Wayne State University’s Board of Governors approves three new degree programs

DETROIT – The Wayne State University Board of Governors has unanimously approved the establishment of three new degree programs, including a bachelor of science in professional biomedical sciences (B.S.-PBS) in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS).

The program approvals came during the board’s general meeting on March 6 in the ballroom of the Student Center Building. All three new programs will take effect this fall.

The B.S.-PBS is a degree completion program aimed at about 50 students a year who leave Wayne State upon admission into a professional medical school, such as a pharmacy program. But it is not a pre-med major, nor is it a degree that students can actually declare.

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