Western University of Health Sciences
One of America's leading universities admired for its vision, education and innovation.
"Skilled hands and compassionate hearts will continue to be the signature of all our graduates - exactly what is needed in health care today."- Founding President Philip Pumerantz
Founded in 1977, Western University of Health Sciences is a nonprofit, graduate university for the health professions. The university campus includes nine major buildings located on 25 acres in downtown Pomona.
The Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences at Western University of Health Sciences will train highly skilled, dedicated and caring biomedical researchers and future practitioners for entry into academia, industry or the medical professions.
To that end, the GCBS strives to graduate humanistic professionals who will produce new biomedical knowledge and practice their healthcare professions with a deeper and broader understanding of the dynamic sciences underlying the treatment of patients.