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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.

Fall 2018 - 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 563 Deconstruction of Research 563 Deconstruction of Research 
10:10 AM   
11:10 AM     
12:10 PM 555   
1:10 PM     
2:10 PM     
3:10 PM     
4:10 PM     
5:10 PM     


Cross listed (NEUROSCI)

  • 563 Deconstruction of Research
    • Deconstruction of Research is based on the premise that construction of new scientific knowledge builds from a foundation of primary evidence that requires critical evaluation through active analysis and productive discourse. Students will learn and understand the nature and development of scientific knowledge transmitted through oral and written avenues. Students will learn the necessary skills required for critical analysis of general concepts no matter how familiar or unfamiliar the topic.

VET_PATH

  • 544 Immunopathology
  • 555 Research in Progress Seminar

Fall 2018 - Courses for planning1

TimeMondayTuesday 2WednesdayThursday 2Friday
7:10 AM     
8:10 AM  540  
9:10 AM540563 Deconstruction of Research563 Deconstruction of Research540
10:10 AM542542542
11:10 AM    
12:10 PM    590
1:10 PM    
2:10 PM   592  
3:10 PM    
4:10 PM    
5:10 PM     


Neuroscience (NEUROSCI)

540 Special Topics in Integrative Neuroscience

 

542 Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Neuroscience

 

563 Deconstruction of Research

  • Deconstruction of Research is based on the premise that construction of new scientific knowledge builds from a foundation of primary evidence that requires critical evaluation through active analysis and productive discourse. Students will learn and understand the nature and development of scientific knowledge transmitted through oral and written avenues. Students will learn the necessary skills required for critical analysis of general concepts no matter how familiar or unfamiliar the topic.

590 Seminar

592 Research Writing and Seminar

Fall 2018 - Courses for planning1

TimeMondayTuesday 2WednesdayThursday 2Friday
7:10 AM     
8:10 AM     
9:10 AM503563 Deconstruction of Research503563 Deconstruction of Research503
10:10 AM540540540
11:10 AM513 513 513
12:10 PM 579 579 
1:10 PM     
2:10 PM     
3:10 PM     
4:10 PM548578 578 
5:10 PM   


Molecular Biosciences (MBIOS)

  • 503 Advanced Molecular Biology I
  • 513 General Biochemistry
  • 540 Immunology
  • 548 Selected Topics in Immunology & Virology

  • 563 Deconstruction of Research
    • Deconstruction of Research is based on the premise that construction of new scientific knowledge builds from a foundation of primary evidence that requires critical evaluation through active analysis and productive discourse. Students will learn and understand the nature and development of scientific knowledge transmitted through oral and written avenues. Students will learn the necessary skills required for critical analysis of general concepts no matter how familiar or unfamiliar the topic.
  • 578 Bioinformatics
  • 579 Molecular Biosciences Seminar
Molecular Biosciences Graduate Program Handbook & Students Learning Outcomes

Fall 2018 - Courses for planning1

TimeMondayTuesday 2WednesdayThursday 2Friday
7:10 AM     
8:10 AM    582
9:10 AM 563 Deconstruction of Research 563 Deconstruction of Research 
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)

  • 563 Deconstruction of Research
    • Deconstruction of Research is based on the premise that construction of new scientific knowledge builds from a foundation of primary evidence that requires critical evaluation through active analysis and productive discourse. Students will learn and understand the nature and development of scientific knowledge transmitted through oral and written avenues. Students will learn the necessary skills required for critical analysis of general concepts no matter how familiar or unfamiliar the topic.

VET_CLIN

  • 565 Oncology Journal Seminar
  • 570 Special Topics
  • 574 Cardiology Special Topics
  • 577 Applied Veterinary Physiology I
  • 580 Advanced Clinical Pathology
  • 582 Seminar in Clinical Medicine
  • 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
  • 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.