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Course Requirements Time Table
Chalk Talk 4 semesters required; ongoing participation expected
Year 1 - Fall
Year 1 - Spring
Year 2 - Fall
Year 2 - Spring
Ethics 1 semester required Year 1 or 2 - Winter
Drug Design 1 semester required Year 1 or 2 - Spring
Student Seminar 2 semesters required
Year 2 - Spring
Year 4 or 5 - Spring
Journal Club Optional  
Cross-training courses 1 biological science; 1 chemical science Year 1 or 2

The Biological and Chemical Electives are listed along with the course number they are typically listed under and the semester they are generally offered. Please check Spire to confirm course availability.

Biological Science Electives
Subject Course
Number
Class Semester
AnimlSci 697 Advanced Immunology Fall
AnimlSci 672 Molecular Medicine *Spring 2011
Biochem 523 General Biochem I Fall
Biochem 524 General Biochem II Spring
Biochem 623 Advanced General Biochm Spring
Biochem/
MolclBio
642 Advanced Molecular Biology Fall
Biology 572 Neurobiology Fall
Biology 580 Developmental Biology Spring
Biology 583 Advanced Genetics Spring
MolclBio 641 Advanced Cell Biology Spring
MicroBio 565 Lab in Molecular Genetics Fall
NeuroS&B 617 Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Neurobiology Fall
 
Chemical Science Electives
Chem 471 ^Elementary Physical Chemistry Spring
Chem 551 Advanced Organic Chemistry Fall
Chem/Molclbio 590CB Chemical Biology Spring
Chem 650 Metals in Biology Spring
Chem 728 Physical Biochemistry *Spring 2009, Spring 2012
Chem 777 Chemical Spectroscopy *Spring 2011
Chem 791L Bioanalytical Chemistry Fall
Chem 627
(791A)
Biomolecular Structure Fall
Chem 791J Biological Mass Spectrometry Spring
Chem 891G Grad Core Fall & Spring
ChemEng 592B Intro Biochemical Eng Fall
ChemEng 621 Thermodynamics I Fall
Polymer 607 Intro Synthetic Polymer Chem Fall
Polymer 608 Physical Chem Polymer I Fall
Polymer 760 Organic Polymerization Rctn Spring

*This course is offered intermittently--this semester is when it was last or will be next held
^This course is required for MCB students who have not previously completed a Physical Chemistry course