The Office of Student Services and Advising is the primary office for undergraduate academic advising in the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences.

We empower students by providing academic advising services and co-curricular learning opportunities that support academic success. Our advisers assist Biomedical Sciences, Biotechnology and Medical Laboratory Sciences students in orientation, registration, university policies and procedures, major requirements, course substitutions, and graduation certification.

Attention! Incoming freshmen and transfer students in Summer 2020 and beyond:

Read the following information regarding your selected majors as there are new policies implemented for your catalog year:

Biomedical Sciences

Biomedical Sciences – Molecular and Cellular Biology Track*

Biomedical Sciences – Molecular Microbiology Track*

Biomedical Sciences – Neuroscience Track

Biotechnology

Medical Laboratory Sciences

*These tracks are pending a new degree name upon approval by the Board of Governors.


Catalog Year 2019 and Beyond

Degree Requirements

Biotechnology Plan of Study

Biomedical Sciences Plan of Study

Biomedical Sciences – Molecular and Cellular Biology Track

Biomedical Sciences – Molecular Microbiology Track

Biomedical Sciences – Neuroscience Track

Miscellaneous Forms

Restricted Undergraduate Course Registration

Biomedical Sciences Course Prerequisites

Biotechnology Course Prerequisites

Biomedical Sciences Minor

Unrestricted Electives


Readmissions Policy

The Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences has established criteria for students seeking readmission into our majors after disqualification. It is extremely rare for students to obtain college support for readmission, but if a student has done exemplary academic work since being disqualified from UCF, we do have a committee that considers the application.  Please see the readmissions criteria below:

If you meet minimum criteria, contact Amanda Colee, Amanda.Colee@ucf.edu, Director of Student Services & Advising, for an appointment to discuss your application. If you do not meet minimum criteria, you are encouraged to consider other majors before submitting your application through the registrar’s office. UCF rules require that applicants who do not have the support of the college of their intended major must wait a calendar year before submitting another application for readmission.

Minimum Criteria for Readmissions