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Requirements

Departmentals

Approved Courses

The following courses are currently approved for departmental credit. Other courses may be approved upon consideration by the Undergraduate Studies Committee.

Molecular Biology (MOL)

 All 300- and 400-level courses
500-level courses (requires permission of instructor)

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)

 All 300- and 400-level courses where EEB is the primary listing; cross-listed courses must be individually approved (see home department listings) 500-level courses (requires permission of instructor)

Chemistry (CHM)

303 Organic Chemistry I - Biological Emphasis
304 Organic Chemistry II - Biological Emphasis
305 The Quantum World
306 Physical Chemistry
333 Oil to Ozone: Chemistry and the Environment
403 Advanced Organic Chemistry     
405 Advanced Physical Chemistry: Quantum Mechanics
407 Inorganic Chemistry: Structure and Bonding
440 Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era
515 Biophysical Chemistry I
536 Topics in Organic Chemistry: Chemistry of Drug Development
538 Topics in Biological Chemistry
 542 Principles of Macromolecular Structure
 543 Advanced Topics in Structural Biology

Chemical & Biological Engineering (CBE)

422 Molecular Modeling Methods 
432 Biologically Inspired Materials
438 Biomolecular Engineering
440 The Physical Basis of Human Disease
443 Separations in Chemical and Biochemical Processes
447 Metabolic Engineering
511 Modeling Tools for Cell and Developmental Biology
537

Computational Analysis of Biological Network

Computer Sciences (COS)

323/
ORF 363
Computing and Optimization
551 Intro to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology
557 Analysis & Visualization of Large-Scale Genomic Data SetsElectrical Engineering  (ELE)  

Environmental studies (env)

304

Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy

Operations Research and Financial Engineering (ORF)

245 Fundamentals of Engineering Statistics
309 Probability and Stochastic Systems
406 Statistical Design of Experiments

Geosciences (GEO)

363 Introduction to Environmental Geochemistry: Chemistry of the Natural Systems
365 Evolution and Catastrophes
523 Geomicrobiology (CEE 572)

Global Health & Health Policy (GHP)

 

350/
ANT 491/
WWS 491

Epidemiology
351
Critical Perspectives on Global Health and Health Policy
400
Seminar in Global Health and Health Policy
402
Health Innovation and Policy

Mathematics (MAT) 

200
Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus for Economists
201
Multivariable Calculus
202
Linear Algebra with Applications
203
Advanced Multivariable Calculus
204
Advanced Linear Algebra with Applications
217
Honors Linear Algebra and Advanced Calculus I
301
Mathematics in Engineering I (MAE 305), Mech. and Aerospace Engr. (MAE)
305
Engineering Mathematics I
344
Introduction to Bioengineering and Medical Devices

Neuroscience (NEU)

336
The Diversity of Brains
402
Introduction to Clinical Neuropsychology
403
Neurogenetics of Behavior
408
Cellular and Systems Neuroscience
415
Advanced Topics in Learning and Memory: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms
437
Computational Neuroscience
501
Neuroscience: from Molecules to Systems

Psychology (PSY)

334 Neuroscience of Motivation and Reward
336 The Diversity of Brains
407 Sleep from Molecules to Mattress
415 Advanced Topics in Learning & Memory: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms
416 Brain Imaging in Cognitive Neuroscience Research
437 Computational Neuroscience   

Women & Gender (WOM)

301 Sociobiology, Sex Roles, and Human Development (EEB 301)
393 Gender and Science

Woodrow Wilson School (WWS)

315 Bioethics and Public Policy
320 Human Genetics, Reproduction and Public Policy
354 Modern Genetics and Public Policy
483 Special Topics in Public Affairs: Bioethics and Public Policy
585 Population, Health and Environment
586 Topics in Science Technology and Environmental Policy

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