The major components in our graduate education program are formal courses, extensive experience in the research laboratory, in-depth self-study, and small group tutorials. The Director of the Graduate Program Committee will assist new students in selecting courses and research internship experiences.
The program of study includes Microscopic Anatomy, Molecular Cell Biology, Statistics, and either Gross Anatomy or Neuroscience. Additional courses at the graduate level will be selected based upon the student's interest and need. These electives may include, but are not restricted to, Biochemistry, Molecular Genetics, Molecular Neuroscience, and Biotechnology. A description of each graduate course is in the Graduate Catalogue, along with additional information on program requirements, doctoral candidacy exams, grade requirements, etc.
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