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Approved Genetics Electives

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If there is a course that seems like it should be on this list but is not, please contact the graduate coordinator.

GENE

GENE 6200 Advanced Genetics (fall, spring)

GENE 6310 Genetic Approaches to Developmental Neuroscience (fall)

GENE 6500 Human Genetics (spring)

GENE 6540 Cancer Genetics (spring)

GENE 6530 Molecular Ecology

GENE 6550 Evolution and Development (fall, odd years)

GENE/FANR/BINF 8140 Functional Genomics (spring)

GENE 8150 Fundamentals of Evolutionary Genetics (fall)

GENE 8550 Evolution and Development - preferred (fall, even years)

GENE/BCMB 8910 DNA Modeling (variable offering)

GENE 8930 Advanced Molecular Genetics (fall)

GENE 8940 Applied Genome Analysis (fall, spring)

GENE/PBIO 8960 Genetics of Yeast & Fungi (variable)

PBIO

PBIO 6500 Introduction to Genetic Technology

PBIO 6510 Genome Evolution across the Tree of Life

PBIO 8100 Plant Genetics (fall)

PBIO 8350 Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (spring)

EHSC

EHSC 8460 Environmental Genomics (fall)

ENTO

ENTO 8570 Molecular Entomology

MBIO

MBIO 8600 Fundamental Processes of Prokaryotic Cell Biology

MBIO 8980 Prokaryotic Genetics

MIBO/BCMB/BINF 8270L Genome Organization

BCMB

BCMB/GENE/CBIO 8113/8114 Advanced Genetics, Cell Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (spring)

BCMB 8150 Advanced Topics in Cell Signaling and Cell-Cell Communication

CBIO

CBIO 8300 Advanced Developmental Biology

FANR

FANR 6350 Conservation Genetics

ECOL

ECOL 6500 Evolutionary Ecology

PBGG

PBGG/CRSS 8890 Plant Cytogenetics: Behavior and Evolution of the Plant Genome (spring, odd years)

PBGG 6140 Plant Breeding

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