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Graduate Minor Field of Study


Genomics courses

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Genomics Minor Core Courses (one required for Minor):
BioGD 4000: A Genomics Approach to Studying Life (Fall)

Genomics 1-credit MODULES (two required for Minor)
BioGD 6110: Genome Maintenance Mechanisms (Fall)
BioGD 6120: Overview of Model Genetic Organisms (Spring)

Other courses that qualify in lieu of 1-credit modules

ANSC 4300 - Comparative Genomics of Health and Disease in Domesticated Animals  
BioGD 4860 – Advanced Eukaryotic Genetics BioPL 3430 – Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering of Plants
NS 4900 – Manipulating the Mouse Genome BioPL 4831 – Concepts and Techniques in Plant Molecular Biology
BioGD 4840 – Molecular Evolution BioPL 4836 – Plant Senescence
BioPL 4470 – Molecular Systematics BTRY 4820 – Statistical Genomics
BioGD 4810 – Population Genetics BTRY 4840 – Computational Genomics
BioGD 4870 – Human Genomics BTRY 6010 Statistical Methods I/II
BioMI 4200 – Microbial Genomics BTRY 6890 – Topics in Population Genetics and Genomics
PLBR 6530 – Plant Genome Organization BTRY 7200 Topics in Computational Genomics
BioGD 6380 – Filamentous Fungal Genomics and Development CSS 6740 – Environmental Genomics
BioGD/NS 6080 – Epigenetics MATH 7750 – Statistical Theories Applicable to Genomics
BTRY 494/6940 – Quantitative Genetics VTPMD 6250 – Evolutionary Genomics of Bacteria
BioEE 7610 – Microsatellite DNA: Techniques BioMS 7070 – Recent Progress in Genomic Research
BioMI 6080 – Genomics of Bacterium-Host Interactions VetMM 6140 – Biodiversity and Pharmacology