For undergraduate courses, the department has returned to its normal grading policy for fall 2020. All prerequisites, departmentals, and independent work must be done on a graded basis (NO PDF).
All 300-, 400-, and 500-level MOL courses (regardless of whether MOL is the primary listing) qualify as departmentals, as do all 300-level and above EEB courses where EEB is the primary listing. In addition, the courses listed below are currently* approved as departmentals.
|CBE 433||Introduction to the Mechanics and Dynamics of Soft Living Matter|
|CBE 439||Quantitative Physiology|
|CBE 440||The Physical Basis of Human Disease|
|CBE 447||Metabolic Engineering|
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
|CHM 337||Organic Chemistry: Bioengineering Emphasis|
Advanced Organic Chemistry
Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era
Biophysical Chemistry I
Topics in Biological Chemistry: Chemical Tools to Study Biological Systems
Chemical Biology II
Metals in Biology
|COS 343||Algorithms for Computational Biology|
Analysis & Visualization of Large-Scale Genomic Data Sets
|Biomechanics and Biomaterials: From Cells to Organisms|
|NEU 430||Epigenetics in Neuroscience and Behavior|
|Neuroscience: From Molecules to Systems to Behaviors|
Foundations of Applied Statistics and Data Science (with Applications in Biology)
*To suggest another course as a potential departmental, contact the Undergraduate Administrator.