BL 610A Biomedical Sciences Seminar I (1.00)
Explores the range of biomedical careers and develops student skills to facilitate success in their biomedical education. Pass/No Pass Grading only.
BL 610B Biomed Sciences Seminar II (2.00)
Develops student analytical skills in using contemporary biomedical literature and introduces the range of contemporary biological and biomedical research. Guides and coordinates initial externship and Master's project work.
BL 610C Biomed Sciences Seminar III (1.00)
Reinforces and develops student understanding of the interconnections between the material covered in the first semester's courses. Introduces biostatistics in the context of biomedical studies and continues work on the program-cumulative project.
BL 610D Biomed Sciences Seminar IV (1.00)
Involves construction and completion of a draft and final written Biomedical Master?s Project conforming to program requirements.
BL 613A Biomed Human Anat Lab/Sem I (2.00)
Develops student knowledge of normal human gross anatomy via anatomical models, human skeletal materials, and cadaver examination.
BL 613B Biomed Human Anat Lab/Sem II (2.00)
Develops student knowledge of normal human gross anatomy via anatomical models, human skeletal materials, and histological slides.
BL 614 Biomedical Genetics (3.00)
Develops student knowledge of molecular genetics and human genetics. Introduces biomedical ethical controversies with roots in genetics and molecular biology.
BL 616 Biomedical Biochemistry (3.00)
Develops student understanding of biochemical principles particularly as related to human metabolic processes. Focuses on protein structure and function and includes basic cell biology.
BL 618 Biomedical Human Physiology (4.00)
Develops student knowledge of normal human physiology at the cellular, tissue, organ, and system levels. Includes some pathophysiology.
BL 619 Biomedical Human Physiology Laboratory (1.00)
Develops student knowledge of normal human physiology via electrophysiological measurement.
BL 620 Biomedical Microbiology (3.00)
Develops student knowledge of microbiological principles, pathogenic microorganisms, infectious diseases, microbial metabolism, and classes and actions of antimicrobial drugs.
BL 621 Biomed Microbio/Immuno Lab (1.00)
Develops student knowledge of microbiological laboratory techniques commonly used in biomedical research and laboratory diagnosis.
BL 622 Biomedical Epidemiology Seminar (1.00)
Develops student knowledge of the basic principles of epidemiology and focuses on epidemiologic literature coordinating with other concurrent-course content.
BL 624 Biomedical Immunology (3.00)
Develops student knowledge of immunological principles, immunopathology, immunization and classes and actions of immunologically active drugs.
BL 626 Biomedical Ethics Seminar (2.00)
Develops student knowledge of biomedical ethical issues and student ability to respond to those issues. Will include discussion of ethical issues relevant to the enrolled student's academic externship experiences and Masters projects.
BL 628 Biomedical Externship (2.00)
Faculty-directed academic experience in a biomedical research, biotechnology research, or clinical environment. Focuses on linking the experience to biomedical academic content and the student's Master's Project, highlighting any ethical issues raised by the experience.