Academic Features

Academic Features

Putting your coursework together

You will complete the coursework that is prescribed by your degree granting program and be able to take advantage of the built in flexibility of the integrated common core and distinctive seminar schedules. The table below illustrates how the coursework can fit together and leave plenty of time for your research.

Spring - Courses for planning1

The IID program is a joint program between Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology (VMP) and the School for Global Animal Health (SGAH).

TimeMondayTuesday 2WednesdayThursday 2Friday
7:10 AM     
8:10 AM     
9:10 AM 564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation
 564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation
 
10:10 AM   
11:10 AM     
12:10 PM 555   
1:10 PM     
2:10 PM     
3:10 PM     
4:10 PM571 571 571
5:10 PM     

Cross listed (NEUROSCI)

564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation. 1 credit (may be repeated). This course examines the philosophy of experimental design and practical application and analysis of various experimental approaches in biomedical research. Each section (module) is independent of other sections and is taught within a 5 week block. There are three consecutive blocks per semester. The first 5 week block is always Philosophy of Experimental Design and is required of students from programs participating in the iPBS umbrella.  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.

VET_PATH

501 Case-based Learnings in Veterinary Pathology

542 Advanced Diagnostic Pathology

545 Mechanisms of Disease

555 Research in Progress Seminar

571 Advanced Topics in Pathology.  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE

592 Anatomic Pathology Seminar

Spring - Courses for planning1

TimeMondayTuesday 2WednesdayThursday 2Friday
7:10 AM     
8:10 AM  543  
9:10 AM543564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation
564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation
543
10:10 AM541541541
11:10 AM    
12:10 PM    590
1:10 PM    
2:10 PM    
3:10 PM     
4:10 PM     
5:10 PM     

Neuroscience (NEUROSCI)

541 Special Topics in Cellular/Molecular Neuroscience

  • Cell Biology of the Neuron (Weeks 1-5).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.
  • Neuroimmunology (Weeks 6-10).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.
  • Sleep Regulation (Weeks 11-15).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.

543 Special Topics in Behavioral/Clinical Neuroscience

  • Behavioral Neuroscience (Weeks 1-5).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.

564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation. 1 credit (may be repeated). This course examines the philosophy of experimental design and practical application and analysis of various experimental approaches in biomedical research. Each section (module) is independent of other sections and is taught within a 5 week block. There are three consecutive blocks per semester. The first 5 week block is always Philosophy of Experimental Design and is required of students from programs participating in the iPBS umbrella.  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.

590 Seminar

Spring - Courses for planning1

TimeMondayTuesday 2WednesdayThursday 2Friday
7:10 AM     
8:10 AM    548 
9:10 AM525564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation & 550525564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation & 550525
10:10 AM529 & 542529 & 542529 & 542
11:10 AM514 514 514
12:10 PM 579   
1:10 PM542 542 542
2:10 PM579    
3:10 PM501574501574501
4:10 PM   
5:10 PM     

Molecular Biosciences (MBIOS)

501 Cell Biology

514 General Biochemistry

525 Advanced Topics in Genetics

  • Genes, genomes (Weeks 1-5).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE
  • Genetically modifying organisms the state of the art (Weeks 11-15).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE

529 Selected Topics in Cell Biology

  • Cytoskeleton  (Weeks 1-5).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.
  • Membrane biogenesis and intracellular trafficking (Weeks 6-10).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.
  • Molecular Signaling Mechanisms (Weeks 11-15).  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.

542 General Virology

548 Selected Topics in Immunology & Virology

549 Seminar in Immunology

550 Microbial Physiology

564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation. 1 credit (may be repeated). This course examines the philosophy of experimental design and practical application and analysis of various experimental approaches in biomedical research. Each section (module) is independent of other sections and is taught within a 5 week block. There are three consecutive blocks per semester. The first 5 week block is always Philosophy of Experimental Design and is required of students from programs participating in the iPBS umbrella.  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.

579 Molecular Biosciences Seminar

Molecular Biosciences Graduate Program Handbook & Students Learning Outcomes

Spring - Courses for planning1

TimeMondayTuesday 2WednesdayThursday 2Friday
7:10 AM 565   
8:10 AM   582
9:10 AM 564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation  564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation
 
10:10 AM   
11:10 AM     
12:10 PM     
1:10 PM     
2:10 PM     
3:10 PM     
4:10 PM     
5:10 PM     

Cross listed (NEUROSCI)

564 Topics in Biomedical Experimentation. 1 credit (may be repeated). This course examines the philosophy of experimental design and practical application and analysis of various experimental approaches in biomedical research. Each section (module) is independent of other sections and is taught within a 5 week block. There are three consecutive blocks per semester. The first 5 week block is always Philosophy of Experimental Design and is required of students from programs participating in the iPBS umbrella.  View the descriptions of the topics for this semester HERE.

VET_CLIN

570 Special Topics

574 Cardiology Special Topics

576 Introduction to Veterinary Clinical Research

579 Oncology Rounds Seminar

580 Advanced Clinical Pathology

584 Comparative Theriogenology

585 Selected Topics in Advanced Clinical Neurology

587 Hospital Rotation

589 Advanced Clinical Veterinary Medicine

590 Special Topics in Equine Medicine

591 Advanced Clinical Diagnosis

593 Anesthesia Seminar

596 Advanced Radiology

597 Diagnosis and Treatment of Surgically Correctable Soft Tissue Diseases in Small Animals

598 Surgery Residents Seminar

1 Current students should consult with the department for advising and for the Graduate Student Handbook.
2 Tuesday & Thursday courses are generally 75 minutes long. See schedule of courses for times
For a complete list of courses and descriptions offered by term, see the schedule of courses. For a complete list of courses, see the University Catalog.