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Courses/Curriculum

Students must complete a total of 30 credit hours, with a cumulative GPA of a 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale, in order to receive his or her MS degree.

All students are required to take the following courses, which total 6 credit hours:

Required Courses
Fall Spring
CELL 7860 Seminars in CMB (3 credits)* CELL 7870 Seminars in CMB (3 credits)*

The remaining 24 credits will consist of lecture or lab courses such as the electives listed below.

Elective Courses
Course Code Course Name Credits
6000 Biomedical Ethics 3
6010 Cellular Biochemistry 3
6030 Molecular Biology 3
6035 Molecular Biology Laboratory 1
6050 Foundations of Pharmacology 3
6070 Neurobiology of Aging 3
6080 Advanced Developmental and Cell Biology II 3
6110 Human Histology 4
6130 Embryology 4
6150 Methods in Neuroscience 3
6155 Methods in Neuroscience Laboratory 3
6160 Developmental Biology 3
6200 General Endocrinology 3
6210 Physiology 3
6220 Microbiology 3
6225 Microbiology Laboratory 1
6310 Cellular Neuroscience 3
6320 Systems Neuroscience 1
6325 Neuroanatomy Laboratory 3
6340 Neurobiology of Disease 3
6350 Developmental Neurobiology 3
6360 Topics in Neurophysiology 3
6370 Molecular Neurobiology 3
6400 Regenerative Biology 3
6440 Advanced Molecular Biology 3
6450 Genome Biology 3
6490 Gross Anatomy/ with human cadaver lab 4
6500 Advanced Molecular Neurobiology 3
6550 Synaptic Organization of the Brain 3
6560 Fundamentals of Pathophysiology 3
6630 Cellular Neurophysiology 3
6660 Special Topics in Cell & Molecular Biology 1-3
6710 Molecular Biology of Cancer 3
6750 Cell Biology 3
6755 Cell Biology Laboratory 1
6780 Developmental Genetics 3
6840 Current Topics in Developmental Biology 3

Students may be permitted to take electives from other departments with the approval of the program's Co-Directors.

*This course will include on site work experiences coupled with formal classroom presentations summarizing the work. The Experiential component includes 50 required hours per semester and will be tailored to the student's career path which can range from traditional laboratory research to Service Learning programs in medical or professional settings.

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