Doctor of Philosophy, Basic Biomedical Sciences: Total 81 credit hours
Other course work will include selected courses offered by the Division relating to the student’s primary area of research interest. The student’s advisory committee must approve the student’s overall program of study.
Supporting courses outside of area or from other specializations (15+ credit hours required)
Required Specialization degrees offered in Basic Biomedical Sciences
Cancer Biology (15 credit hours)
Infectious Diseases (15 credit hours)
Neuroscience (15 credit hours)
Physiology and Pharmacology (15 credit hours)
The Division of Basic Biomedical Sciences has authority to offer specialization PhD degrees in Cancer Biology, Infectious Diseases, Neurosciences, and Physiology and Pharmacology. Requirements for the specialization PhD degree includes dissertation research and a minimum of 15 credit hours of coursework relevant to the specialization area sought as approved by the Division’s Graduate Committee. Below are some example program of studies that would fulfill the specialization course requirement:
Cancer Biology (minimum 15 hours required)
Select a minimum of 15 hours from the courses listed below or courses approved by Division’s Graduate Committee.