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|BIOL 547||Molecular Biology I||3|
|BIOL 548||Molecular Biology II||4|
|BIOL 556||Molecular Biology of Proteins||3|
|BIOL 592||Graduate Colloquium||1|
|Research in Biological Literature|
|BIOL 597||Research in Biological Literature||1|
|Electives and Culminating Activity|
|Select 14 credits (if completing a thesis) - 17 credits (if completing BIOL 599 or a Lab course) from the following:||14-17|
|Experimental Cell Culture|
|Special Topics in Modern Genetics|
|Advanced Cell Biology|
|Special Topics in Developmental Biology|
|Special Topics in Microbiology|
|Biology of Lipids|
|Special Topics in Molecular Biology|
|Special Topics in Advanced Molecular Biology|
|Selected Techniques in Molecular Biology|
|Non-Departmental Approved Electives|
|0-9 credits may be completed from the following:|
|Enzyme Kinetics and Mechanisms|
|Nucleic Acid Biochemistry|
|Biochemistry Laboratory Techniques|
|Biomolecular Assay Development|
|Select one of the following options:||3-6|
Complete BIOL 698 for 6 credits. Submit the completed Thesis original and one copy to the Graduate Office. See Thesis Guidelines for details.
|Non-Thesis Research Option|
|Introduction to Biological Research|
Complete BIOL 599 for 4 credits. Present a research summary to a committee of 3 faculty members. Results are reported to the Graduate School.
|Non-Thesis Lab Option|
Complete a Laboratory Course for 3-4 credits with approval from graduate advisor.
Present a research summary to a committee of 3 faculty members. Results are reported to the Graduate School.