Courses

Required Courses

BGGN223 - Graduate Genetics (6 units) or
BIOM252 - Genetics and Genomics (2 quarters, 3 units each)

BIOM242 - Seminar in Genetics (Journal Club)
BIOM262 - Quantitative Methods in Genetics
(cross-listed as BGGN237)

Plus 2 Elective Courses

BENG211 - Systems Biology & Bioengineering
BGGN218 - Postgenomic Biology
BGGN219 - Classic Papers in Genetics
BGGN227 - Plant Molecular Genetics
BGGN228 - Developmental Genetics
BGGN229 - Advanced Oncogenes
BGGN231 - Current Topics in Stem Cell Biology
BGGN238A - Integrative Microbiology
BIOM223 - Genetics, Metabolism & Inherited Disorders
BIOM235 - Pharmacogenetics/Pharmacogenomics
BIOM252 - Genetics & Genomics
            (topics rotate, may be taken twice for credit)
BIOM272 - Seminars in Genetics
CSE282 - Introduction to Bioinformatics Algorithms
            (CSE101 or equivalent recommended)
MED263 - Biomedical Applications to Human Disease
MED271 - Gene Therapy and Molecular Medicine
NEU221 - Genetics & Epigenetics in Brain Development
NEU263 - Developmental Neuroscience
NEU266/BGGN268 - Development of Neural Circuits
NEU268 - Molecular & Cellular Neurobiology
SIO242C - Practical Bioinformatics

Approved TA Options

BICD100 - Genetics
BICD101 - Eukaryotic Genetics Lab
BICD123 - Plant Molecular Genetics Lab
BICD130 - Embryos, Genes & Development
BIEB156 - Population Genetics
BILD 20 - Human Genetics
BIMM101 - Recombinant DNA Lab
BIMM110 - Molecular Basis of Human Disease
BIMM112 - Regulation of Gene Activity in Eukaryotic Cells
BIMM122 - Microbial Genetics
BIMM185 - Bioinformatics Laboratory
BIPN 150 - Diseases of the Nervous System

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