Courses

Spring 2015 course offerings

 Non-degree students:  to enroll in College of Medicine graduate courses you must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited US institution (or equivalent degree from a non-US institution), and you must receive permission from the course director, who will determine if you have the appropriate background to be successful in the course.(Course Approval Form)

 

Anatomy

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

BioMedical Sciences

Cell & Molecular Biology

  • CMBIO 596 - Individual Studies (lab rotations)
  • CMBIO 597 - Special Topics
  • CMBIO 600 - Thesis Research
  • CMBIO 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

Comparative Medicine

Genetics

Integrative Biosciences

  • IBIOS 580- Critical Readings in Immunology
  • IBIOS 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)
  • IBIOS 602 - Supervised Experience in College Teaching

Microbiology & Immunology

Neuroscience

Pharmacology

Public Health Sciences

Physiology

Anatomy

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

BioMedical Sciences

Cell & Molecular Biology

  • CMBIO 596 - Individual Studies (lab rotations)
  • CMBIO 597 - Special Topics
  • CMBIO 600 - Thesis Research
  • CMBIO 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

Comparative Medicine

Genetics

  • GENET 587- Genetic Approaches to Biomedical Problems
  • GENET 596 - Individual Studies
  • GENET 597 - Special Topics
  • GENET 600 - Thesis Research
  • GENET 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

Integrative Biosciences

  • IBIOS 580- Genomics
  • IBIOS 595 - Internship
  • IBIOS 596 - Individual Studies
  • IBIOS 597 - Special Topics
  • IBIOS 600 - Thesis Research
  • IBIOS 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)
  • IBIOS 602 - Supervised Experience in College Teaching

Microbiology & Immunology

Neuroscience

  • NEURO 520- Cell & Molecular Neuroscience
  • NEURO 590- Colloquium
  • NEURO 596 - Individual Studies (Lab Rotations)
  • NEURO 597 - Special Topics
  • NEURO 600 - Thesis Research
  • NEURO 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

Pharmacology

Public Health Sciences

Physiology

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Non-degree students:  to enroll in College of Medicine graduate courses you must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited US institution (or equivalent degree from a non-US institution), and you must receive permission from the course director, who will determine if you have the appropriate background to be successful in the course.(Course Approval Form)

 

Anatomy

  • ANAT 596 - Individual Studies
  • ANAT 597 - Special Topics, Research
  • ANAT 600 - Thesis Research
  • ANAT 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)
  • ANAT 611 - Thesis Preparation (Off Campus)

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

  • BCHEM 596 Individual Studies
  • BCHEM 597 Special Topics
  • BCHEM 600 - Thesis Research
  • BCHEM 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

BioMedical Sciences

  • BMS 596B- Tutoring
  • BMS 600 - Thesis Research
  • BMS 601- Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)
  • BMS 610- Thesis Reserch Off Campus

Cell & Molecular Biology

  • CMBIO 596 - Individual Studies (lab rotations)
  • CMBIO 597 - Special Topics
  • CMBIO 600 - Thesis Research
  • CMBIO 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

Comparative Medicine

  • CMED 596 Individual Studies

Genetics

  • GENET 596 - Individual Studies
  • GENET 597 - Special Topics
  • GENET 600 - Thesis Research
  • GENET 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

Integrative Biosciences

  • IBIOS 595 - Internship
  • IBIOS 596 - Individual Studies
  • IBIOS 597 - Special Topics
  • IBIOS 600 - Thesis Research
  • IBIOS 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)
  • IBIOS 602 - Supervised Experience in College Teaching

Microbiology & Immunology

  • MICRO 596 - Individual Studies
  • MICRO 600 - Thesis Research
  • MICRO 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)
  • MICRO 602 - Supervised Experience in College Teaching

Neuroscience

  • NEURO 596 - Individual Studies
  • NEURO 600 - Thesis Research
  • NEURO 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

Pharmacology

  • PHARM 596 - Individual Studies
  • PHARM 597 - Special Topics - Journal Club
  • PHARM 600 - Thesis Research
  • PHARM 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)

Public Health Sciences

Physiology

  • PSIO 596 - Individual Studies
  • PSIO 600 - Thesis Research
  • PSIO 601 - Thesis Preparation (post-comp registration)
  • PSIO 610 - Thesis Preparation Off Campus
  • PSIO 611- PhD Dissertation Part Time