Coursework is mostly completed in the first two years of the program. The curriculum consists of courses that provide a comprehensive theoretical background in to genetics, genomics, cell biology and molecular biology. A wide spectrum of advanced elective courses chosen by the student and advisor to augment topics relevant to the individual's research.
|Required Coursework||Representative Electives|
|IND 408 Biochemistry||GEN 508 Genomics and Systems Biology (alt. years with GEN 506)|
|IND 409 Cell Biology||GEN 506 Stem Cell Biology (alt. years with GEN 508)|
|IND 501 Ethics & Professional Integrity||BIO 426 Developmental Biology|
|IND 410 Molecular Biology and Genetics||IND 447 Signal Transduction|
|GEN 507 Advanced Genetics & Genomics||MBI 473 Immunology|
GEN 503/504 Genetics Seminar
|IND 411 Methods in Structural Biology|
|IND 443 Eukaryotic Gene Organization & Expression|
|MBI 456 General Virology|
|PTH 507 Cancer Biology|
For more information and details on how to apply please visit the Office for Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs.