Campuses:
In addition to the core coursework requirements, students must select one of the five sub-plans detailed below and complete the respective requirements.
This sub-plan is ideal for those students who want the strongest possible grounding in physics. It is designed to suit the needs of students who are interested in fundamental physics or astrophysics, applying physics to the workplace, or who are planning on continuing their physics education in graduate school.
Professional Physics Sub-Plan: Additional Programmatic Requirements (50-52 cr.) | ||
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Upper Division Physics Requirements | Credits | |
PHYS 4001 | Analytical Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4002 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 |
PHYS 4101 | Quantum Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4201 | Statistical and Thermal Physics | 3 |
PHYS 4303 | Electrodynamics and Waves | 3 |
Methods of Experimental Physics | Credits | |
PHYS 4051 | Methods of Experimental Physics I | 5 |
PHYS 4052W | Methods of Experimental Physics II | 5 |
Upper Level Math Elective (Choose At Least One [not required for students who have taken PHYS3041]) | Credits | |
PHYS 3041 | Mathematical Methods for Physics | 3 |
MATH 4242 | Applied Linear Algebra | 4 |
MATH 4428 | Mathematical Modeling | 4 |
MATH 4567 | Applied Fourier Analysis | 4 |
MATH 5525 | Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations | 4 |
MATH 5583 | Complex Analysis | 4 |
MATH 5587 | Elementary Partial Differential Equations I | 4 |
Upper Level Physics Elective (Choose At Least One) | Credits | |
PHYS 3022 | Introduction to Cosmology | 3 |
PHYS 4041 | Computational Methods in the Physical Sciences | 4 |
PHYS 4211 | Introduction to Solid-State Physics | 3 |
PHYS 4511 | Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics | 3 |
PHYS 4611 | Introduction to Space Physics | 3 |
PHYS 4911 | Introduction to Biopolymer Physics | 3 |
PHYS 5041 | Mathematical Methods for Physics | 4 |
PHYS 5081 | Introduction to Biopolymer Physics | 3 |
PHYS 5401 | Physiological Physics | 4 |
Technical Electives | Credits | |
Technical electives with the approval of your adviser (see list of options at the bottom of this page). These are in addition to any courses listed above. A technical elective is any course in CSE or CBS at the 3XXX-level and above. A 1XXX-level CSCI programming course in java and C++ is also accepted. The exact number of technical credits required will vary depending on your catalog year and whether PHYS3041 is a required course for you or not. | 15-16 |
Students who are interested in the practical application of physics to the engineering fields, but who would like a less specialized education that they would find in an engineering department, will find that this degree track provides them with a solid education. In addition to the strong physics core curriculum, students can either focus on one area of engineering or explore a broad range of interests across a number of engineering fields. Students who are interested in moving directly into industry as well as those who want to pursue a graduate degree in either engineering or physics will find this program valuable.
Engineering Physics Sub-Plan: Additional Programmatic Requirements (48-50 cr.) | ||
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Upper Division Physics Requirements | Credits | |
Up to two of 4001, 4002, 4101, and 4201 may be replaced by courses covering related material offered in other CSE departments with adviser approval (totaling 13-15 cr) | ||
PHYS 4001 | Analytical Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4002 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 |
PHYS 4101 | Quantum Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4201 | Statistical and Thermal Physics | 3 |
Methods of Experimental Physics | Credits | |
PHYS 4051 | Methods of Experimental Physics I | 5 |
PHYS 4052W | Methods of Experimental Physics II | 5 |
Technical Electives | Credits | |
Technical electives in engineering and related areas with the approval of your adviser (see list of options at the bottom of this page). These are in addition to any courses listed above. A technical elective is any course in CSE or CBS at the 3XXX-level and above. A 1XXX-level CSCI programming course in java and C++ is also accepted. In filling the engineering portion of the technical electives, credits can be taken in a single area or distributed across several engineering fields, depending on student's interest. | 22† |
† Students who have not taken PHYS3041 are required to complete 25 technical elective credits.
Note that CHEM 1061 and 1065, which are required for several of the engineering majors, are strongly recommended.
Students who are interested in entering the biological sciences or medicine will find this degree an attractive option. Physics applies to biology at all levels, from the basics of biosystems to biomedical engineering. This degree can be very useful to students who want to pursue a career in biomedical industry. It also provides a strong foundation for students interested in pursuing an advanced degree in biophysics, molecular biology, physiology, medical physics, biomedical engineering, or medical school. Combined with physics core curriculum this biological emphasis gives students powerful tools to achieve their goals.
Biological Physics Sub-Plan: Additional Programmatic Requirements (48-52 cr.) | ||
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Chemistry Requirements | Credits | |
CHEM 1061 or 1081 | Chemical Principles I | 3 |
CHEM 1065 | Chemical Principles I Lab | 1 |
CHEM 1062 or 1082 | Chemical Principles II | 3 |
CHEM 1066 or 1086 | Chemical Principles II Lab | 1 |
CHEM 2301 or 2081 | Organic Chemistry I | 3 |
Biochemistry Requirements | Credits | |
BIOC 3021 | Biochemistry | 3 |
Biology Requirements | Credits | |
BIOL 1009 | General Biology (credits counted in CLE requirement, and therefore do not count towards major) | 4 |
Upper Division Physics Requirements | Credits | |
Up to two of 4001, 4002, 4101, and 4201 may be replaced with similar courses in other departments after approval by advisor (totaling 13-15 cr.) | ||
PHYS 4001 | Analytical Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4002 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 |
PHYS 4101 | Quantum Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4201 | Statistical and Thermal Physics | 3 |
Methods of Experimental Physics | Credits | |
PHYS 4051 | Methods of Experimental Physics I | 5 |
PHYS 4052W | Methods of Experimental Physics II | 5 |
Technical Electives | Credits | |
Technical electives in biology and related areas with the approval of your adviser (see list of options at the bottom of this page). These are in addition to any courses listed above. When choosing the appropriate courses for the biology requirement students should consult with faculty who have expertise in these areas. PHYS 5401 and PHYS 5402 “Physics for Biology and Medicine” might be of particular interest to students interested in the direct application of physics to biology. It is strongly recommended that the technical electives include PHYS 4911 “Introduction to Biopolymer Physics”. A technical elective is any course in CSE or CBS at the 3XXX-level and above. A 1XXX-level CSCI programming course in java and C++ is also accepted. | 8 † |
† Students who have not taken PHYS3041 are required to complete 11 technical elective credits.
For students who are interested in teaching secondary school physics, this program offers a versatile broad-based education. It is particularly useful to students who are planning on teaching in Minnesota, as it has be optimized to fit well with the new state licensure procedures. And, should a student's needs or plans change, this program combined with the physics core curriculum also prepares him or her for a variety of other career tracks, including graduate study in physics.
Physics for Teaching Sub-Plan: Additional Programmatic Requirements (50-52 cr.) | ||
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Upper Division Physics Requirements | Credits | |
Take 2 of the following courses | ||
PHYS 4001 | Analytical Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4002 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 |
PHYS 4101 | Quantum Mechanics | 4 |
Methods of Experimental Physics | Credits | |
PHYS 4051 | Methods of Experimental Physics I | 5 |
PHYS 4052W | Methods of Experimental Physics II | 5 |
Historical and Social Perspectives of Science | Credits | |
Take 1 of the following courses | ||
PHYS 4121 | History of Twentieth-Century Physics | 3 |
HSCI 3814 | Revolutions in Science: The Babylonians to Newton | 3-4 |
HSCI 3815 | Revolutions in Science: Lavoisier, Darwin, Einstein | 3-4 |
General Psychology | Credits | |
Take 1 of the following courses (meets lib ed requirement of Social Sciences, and therefore credits do not count towards major) | ||
PSTL 1281 | Principles of Psychology (meets CLE requirement of Social Sciences) | 4 |
PSY 1001 | Introduction to Psychology (meets CLE requirement of Social Sciences) | 4 |
Philosophical Foundations | Credits | |
Take 1 of the following courses | ||
PHIL 1005 | Scientific Reasoning | 4 |
PHIL 3601W | Scientific Thought | 4 |
Technical Electives | Credits | |
Technical electives in physics and related areas with the approval of your adviser (see list of options at the bottom of this page). These are in addition to the courses listed above. A technical elective is any course in CSE or CBS at the 3XXX-level and above. Students who follow this degree track with the intent of continuing in physics graduate school are also strongly encouraged to take all four of the upper-division core courses: Phys 4001, 4002, 4101, and 4201. Up to 8 credits will be counted for completion of the introductory chemistry or biology requirements for the general science teaching license and one computer programming course at the CSCI 1xxx level will be counted. Note that courses used to satisfy liberal education requirements cannot be counted as technical electives. | 23† |
† Students who have not taken PHYS3041 are required to complete 26 technical elective credits.
Students following this option in preparation for secondary school teaching are strongly advised to participate in a program of voluntary secondary school teaching. Such experience (100 hours) is required for students wishing to enter the University of Minnesota College of Education Secondary School Graduate Program leading certification to teach. (See the Education Advising Office, Wulling Hall for information on how to meet this requirement). Early admission into this program is possible in the Junior year.
Students wishing to, in addition, obtain a 5-8 general science license will need:
This emphasis is ideal for students who seek a strong grounding in physics and the computational techniques used in physics research. Computational physics connects physics, computer science and applied mathematics to provide scientific solutions to realistic and often complex problems. Students who are interested in moving directly into industry as well as those who want to pursue a graduate degree in physics will find this program valuable.
Computational Physics Sub-Plan: Additional Programmatic Requirements (50-52 cr.) | ||
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Upper Division Physics Requirements | Credits | |
PHYS 4001 | Analytical Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4002 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 |
PHYS 4101 | Quantum Mechanics | 4 |
PHYS 4201 | Statistical and Thermal Physics | 3 |
Methods of Experimental Physics | Credits | |
PHYS 4051 | Methods of Experimental Physics I | 5 |
PHYS 4052W | Methods of Experimental Physics II | 3-5 |
or an approved PHYS 4994 project (3+ cr.) with a significant computational component may be substituted for 4052W with adviser approval | ||
Computer Programming | Credits | |
CSCI 1113 | Introduction to C/C++ Programming for Scientists and Engineers | 4 |
or other comparable computer language programming course may be substituted for CSCI 1113 with adviser approval | ||
CSCI 1913 or CSCI 1933 | Computer Science II | 4 |
Computational Elective (Choose At Least One) | Credits | |
AST 4101 | Computational Methods in the Physical Sciences | 4 |
PHYS 4041 | Computational Methods in the Physical Sciences | 4 |
CHEM 4021 | Computational Chemistry | 3 |
AEM 5253 | Computational Fluid Mechanics | 3 |
Technical Electives | Credits | |
Technical electives with the approval of your adviser (see list of options at the bottom of this page). These are in addition to the courses listed above. | 12† |
† Students who have not taken PHYS3041 are required to complete 15 technical elective credits.
Technical electives must be selected with *approval of your adviser*. These are in addition to any courses listed above, and credit requirements vary by subplan. A technical elective is any course in CSE or CBS at the 3XXX-level and above. A 1XXX-level CSCI programming course in java and C++ can also be accepted. Credits can be taken in a single area or distributed across several fields, depending on student's interest.
Course | Course Title | Specific interests addressed |
CSCI 1113 | Introduction to C/C++ Programming for Scientists and Engineers | Strongly recommended for all students, can be taken during first two years as a preparation for research |
IE 3521 | Statistics, Quality, and Reliability | Statistics course particularly relevant for engineering-emphasis students |
MATS 3011 | Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering | Condensed matter and materials experimental research |
AST 4001 | Astrophysics I | Relevant for astrophysics double majors |
AST 4002 | Astrophysics II | Relevant for astrophysics double majors |
AST 4031 | Interpretation and Analysis of Astrophysical Data | Relevant for astrophysics double majors and students interested in advanced data analysis techniques |
AST 4101 | Computational Methods in the Physical Sciences | Relevant for astrophysics double majors and computational physics students |
AST 5001 | Galactic Astronomy | Relevant for astrophysics double majors |
AST 5012 | The Interstellar Medium | Relevant for astrophysics double majors |
AST 5022 | Relativity, Cosmology, and the Universe | Relevant for students interested in cosmology and for astrophysics double majors |
AST 5201 | Methods of Experimental Astrophysics | Relevant for astrophysics double majors |
MATH 4242 | Applied Linear Algebra | Strongly recommended, particular for students interested in quantum mechanical questions |
MATH 4567 | Applied Fourier Analysis | Strongly recommended for most students |
MATH 5583 | Complex Analysis | Recommended for students interested in theoretical physics |
MATH 5587 | Elementary Partial Differential Equations I | |
MATH 5588 | Elementary Partial Differential Equations II | |
MPHY 5040 | Introduction to Medical Physics | Recommended for students interested in medical physics |
MM 3305 | Introduction to 3d Printing | Particularly relevant for engineering-emphasis students |
PHYS 3022 | Introduction to Cosmology | Relevant for students interested in cosmology and particle physics |
PHYS 4041 | Computational Methods in the Physical Sciences | Relevant for computational physics students |
PHYS 4121W | History of 20th-Century Physics | Recommended for all students, provides upper-division writing-intensive course |
PHYS 4211 | Introduction to Solid-State Physics | Recommended for students interested in condensed-matter physics |
PHYS 4303 | Electrodynamics and Waves | Required for professional-emphasis students, recommended for all students intending on physics graduate school |
PHYS 4511 | Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics | Recommended for students interested in nuclear and particle physics |
PHYS 4611 | Introduction to Space Physics | Recommended for students interested in space-based instrumentation |
PHYS 4621 | Introduction to Plasma Physics | Recommended for students interested in plasma physics |
PHYS 4632/EE4632 | Introduction to Modern Optics | Recommended for students interested in the use of optics for experimental research |
PHYS4811 | Introduction to General Relativity | Recommended for students interested in gravitational waves and cosmology |
PHYS 4911 | Introduction to Biopolymer Physics | Recommended for students interested in biophysics |
PHYS 5022 | Relativity, Cosmology, and the Universe | Relevant for students interested is cosmology |
PHYS 5041 | Mathematical Methods for Physics | Recommended for students interested in advanced mathematical concepts as applied to physical problems |
Many of these courses have specific lower-division pre-requisites. Students should consult with their faculty adviser as to appropriate selections for their program.
CSE/CBS 3xxx-5xxx level courses | |
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Course | Course Title |
AEM 3031 | Deformable Body Mechanics |
AEM 3100 | Software Applications in AEM |
AEM 3101 | Mathematical Modeling and Simulation in Aerospace Engineering |
AEM 4201 | Fluid Mechanics |
AEM 4202 | Aerodynamics |
AEM 4203 | Aerospace Propulsion |
AEM 4247 | Hypersonic Aerodynamics |
AEM 4253 | Computational Fluid Mechanics |
AEM 4295 | Problems in Fluid Mechanics |
AEM 4301 | Orbital Mechanics |
AEM 4303W | Flight Dynamics and Control |
AEM 4305 | Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics and Control |
AEM 4321 | Automatic Control Systems |
AEM 4331 | Aerospace Vehicle Design |
AEM 4371 | Helicopter Aerodynamics |
AEM 4495 | Problems in Aerospace Systems |
AEM 4501 | Aerospace Structures |
AEM 4502 | Computational Structural Analysis |
AEM 4511 | Mechanics of Composite Materials |
AEM 4581 | Mechanics of Solids |
AEM 4595 | Problems in Mechanics and Materials |
AEM 4601 | Instrumentation Laboratory |
AEM 4602W | Aeromechanics Laboratory |
AEM 4796 | Professional Experience |
AEM 5247 | Hypersonic Aerodynamics |
AEM 5253 | Computational Fluid Mechanics |
AEM 5321 | Modern Feedback Control |
AEM 5333 | Design-to-Flight: Small Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles |
AEM 5401 | Intermediate Dynamics |
AEM 5451 | Optimal Estimation |
AEM 5501 | Continuum Mechanics |
AEM 5503 | Theory of Elasticity |
AEM 5581 | Mechanics of Solids |
AEM 5651 | Aeroelasticity |
BMEN 3011 | Biomechanics |
BMEN 3015 | Biomechanics Lab |
BMEN 3111 | Biomedical Transport Processes |
BMEN 3115 | Biomedical Transport Processes Lab |
BMEN 3211 | Bioelectricity and Bioinstrumentation |
BMEN 3215 | Bioelectricity and Bioinstrumentation Lab |
BMEN 3311 | Biomaterials |
BMEN 3315 | Biomaterials Lab |
BMEN 3411 | Biomedical Systems Analysis |
BMEN 3415 | Biomedical Systems Analysis Lab |
BMEN 3601 | Biomedical Engineering Careers and Practice in the Med Tech Industry |
BMEN 4001W | Biomedical Engineering Design I |
BMEN 4002W | Biomedical Engineering Design II |
BMEN 4011 | CAD/CAE of Bioelectrical Devices |
BMEN 4013 | CAD of Biomechanical/transport Devices |
BMEN 4015 | CAE of Biomechanical/transport Devices |
BMEN 5001 | Advanced Biomaterials |
BMEN 5041 | Tissue Engineering |
BMEN 5101 | Advanced Bioelectricity and Instrumentation |
BMEN 5111 | Biomedical Ultrasound |
BMEN 5151 | Introduction to BioMEMS and Medical Microdevices |
BMEN 5201 | Advanced Biomechanics |
BMEN 5311 | Advanced Biomedical Transport Processes |
BMEN 5321 | Microfluidics in Biology and Medicine |
BMEN 5351 | Cell Engineering |
BMEN 5401 | Advanced Biomedical Imaging |
BMEN 5411 | Neural Engineering |
BMEN 5412 | Neuromodulation |
BMEN 5413 | Neural Decoding and Interfacing |
BMEN 5421 | Introduction to Biomedical Optics |
BMEN 5444 | Muscle |
BMEN 5501 | Biology for Biomedical Engineers |
BMEN 5701 | Cancer Bioengineering |
CHEN 3005 | Transport Phenomena: Momentum and Heat |
CHEN 3006 | Mass Transport and Separation Processes |
CHEN 3041 | Industrial Assignment I |
CHEN 3101 | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics |
CHEN 3102 | Reaction Kinetics and Reactor Engineering |
CHEN 3201 | Numerical methods in ChEn applications |
CHEN 3401W | Junior Chemical Engineering Lab |
CHEN 3701 | Introduction to Biomolecular Engineering |
CHEN 4214 | Polymers |
CHEN 4223W | Polymer Laboratory |
CHEN 4401W | Senior Chemical Engineering Lab |
CHEN 4402W | Chemical Engineering Lab II |
CHEN 4501W | Chemical Engineering Design I |
CHEN 4502W | Chemical Engineering Design II |
CHEN 4601 | Process Control |
CHEN 4701 | Advanced Undergraduate Applied Math I: Linear Analysis |
CHEN 4702 | Advanced Undergraduate Rheology |
CHEN 4704 | Advanced Undergraduate Physical Rate Processes I: Transport |
CHEN 4706 | Advanced Undergraduate Physical and Chemical Thermodynamics |
CHEN 4707 | Advanced Undergraduate Statistical Thermodynamics and Kinetics |
CHEN 4708 | Advanced Undergraduate Chemical Rate Processes: Analysis of Chemical Reactors |
CHEN 4712 | Rheology Laboratory Project |
CHEN 5531 | Electrochemical Engineering and Renewable Energy |
CHEN 5551 | Survey of Renewable Energy Technologies |
CHEN 5751 | Biochemical Engineering |
CHEN 5753 | Biological Transport Processes |
CHEN 5771 | Colloids and Dispersions |
MATS 3001 | Thermodynamics of Materials |
MATS 3002 | Mass Transport and Kinetics |
MATS 3011 | Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering |
MATS 3012 | Metals and Alloys |
MATS 3013 | Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Materials |
MATS 3041 | Industrial Assignment I |
MATS 3045 | Materials Science and Engineering Industrial Internship |
MATS 3141 | Numerical Methods for Material Science |
MATS 3801 | Structural Characterization Lab |
MATS 3851W | Materials Properties Lab |
MATS 4212 | Ceramics |
MATS 4214 | Polymers |
MATS 4221 | Materials Performance |
MATS 4223W | Polymer Laboratory |
MATS 4301W | Materials Processing |
MATS 4400 | Senior Design Project |
MATS 4401 | Senior Design Thesis I |
MATS 4402 | Senior Design Thesis II |
MATS 4511W | Corrosion and Electrochemistry of Corrosion |
MATS 4512 | Corrosion and Electrochemistry of Corrosion |
MATS 4591 | Independent Study in Materials Science |
MATS 5353 | Electron Microprobe Theory and Practice |
MATS 5517 | Electron Microscopy |
MATS 5531 | Electrochemical Engineering |
MATS 5771 | Colloids and Dispersions |
CHEM 4001 | Chemistry of Biomass and Biomass Conversion to Fuels and Products |
CHEM 4011 | Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions |
CHEM 4021 | Computational Chemistry |
CHEM 4066 | Chemistry of Industry |
CHEM 4101 | Modern Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis |
CHEM 4111W | Modern Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis Lab |
CHEM 4201 | Materials Chemistry |
CHEM 4214 | Polymers |
CHEM 4221 | Introduction to Polymer Chemistry |
CHEM 4223W | Polymer Laboratory |
CHEM 4301 | Applied Surface and Colloid Science |
CHEM 4311W | Advanced Organic Chemistry Lab |
CHEM 4321 | Organic Synthesis |
CHEM 4322 | Advanced Organic Chemistry |
CHEM 4352 | Physical Organic Chemistry |
CHEM 4361 | Interpretation of Organic Spectra |
CHEM 4411 | Introduction to Chemical Biology |
CHEM 4412 | Chemical Biology of Enzymes |
CHEM 4413 | Nucleic Acids |
CHEM 4423W | Foundations of Chemical Biology Laboratory |
CHEM 4501 | Introduction to Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Statistical Mechanics |
CHEM 4502 | Introduction to Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy |
CHEM 4511W | Advanced Physical Chemistry Lab |
CHEM 4601 | Green Chemistry |
CHEM 4701 | Inorganic Chemistry |
CHEM 4711W | Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Lab |
CHEM 4715 | Physical Inorganic Chemistry |
CHEM 4725 | Organometallic Chemistry |
CHEM 4735 | Bioinorganic Chemistry |
CHEM 4745 | Advanced Inorganic Chemistry |
CHEM 5210 | Materials Characterization |
CHEM 5245 | Introduction to Drug Design |
CHEM 5755 | X-Ray Crystallography |
CEGE 3101 | Computer Applications in Civil Engineering I |
CEGE 3102 | Uncertainty and Decision Analysis in Civil Engineering |
CEGE 3111 | CADD for Civil Engineers |
CEGE 3201 | Transportation Engineering |
CEGE 3202 | Surveying and Mapping |
CEGE 3301 | Soil Mechanics I |
CEGE 3401 | Linear Structural Analysis |
CEGE 3402W | Civil Engineering Materials |
CEGE 3501 | Environmental Engineering |
CEGE 3502 | Fluid Mechanics |
CEGE 3541 | Environmental Engineering Laboratory |
CEGE 4102W | Capstone Design for Civil Engineering |
CEGE 4104W | Capstone Design for Geoengineering |
CEGE 4121 | Computer Applications in Civil Engineering II |
CEGE 4201 | Highway Design |
CEGE 4211 | Traffic Engineering |
CEGE 4251 | Pavement Analysis, Design, and Rehabilitation |
CEGE 4253 | Pavement Engineering and Management |
CEGE 4301 | Soil Mechanics II |
CEGE 4311 | Rock Mechanics |
CEGE 4351 | Groundwater Mechanics |
CEGE 4352 | Groundwater Modeling |
CEGE 4401 | Steel and Reinforced Concrete Design |
CEGE 4411 | Matrix Structural Analysis |
CEGE 4412 | Reinforced Concrete Design II |
CEGE 4413 | Steel Design II |
CEGE 4501 | Hydrologic Design |
CEGE 4502 | Water and Wastewater Treatment |
CEGE 4511 | Hydraulic Structures |
CEGE 4512 | Open Channel Hydraulics |
CEGE 4522 | Review of Introductory Fluid Mechanics for Graduate Students |
CEGE 4561 | Solid Hazardous Wastes |
CEGE 4562 | Environmental Remediation Technology |
CEGE 5094 | Civil Engineering Research |
CEGE 5211 | Traffic Engineering |
CEGE 5212 | Transportation Policy, Planning, and Deployment |
CEGE 5213 | Transit Planning and Management |
CEGE 5214 | Transportation Systems Analysis |
CEGE 5253 | Asphalt and Portland Cement Concrete Materials |
CEGE 5341 | Wave Methods for Nondestructive Testing |
CEGE 5351 | Advanced Mathematics for Civil Engineers |
CEGE 5411 | Applied Structural Mechanics |
CEGE 5414 | Prestressed Concrete Design |
CEGE 5415 | Masonry Structures |
CEGE 5511 | Urban Hydrology and Water Quality |
CEGE 5541 | Environmental Water Chemistry |
CEGE 5542 | Experimental Methods in Environmental Engineering |
CEGE 5543 | Introductory Environmental Fluid Mechanics |
CEGE 5551 | Environmental Microbiology |
CEGE 5552 | Environmental Microbiology Laboratory |
CEGE 5561 | Air Quality Engineering |
CEGE 5570 | Design for Sustainable Development: Discovery |
CEGE 5571 | Acara Global Venture Design: Grand Challenges |
CEGE 5572 | Acara Social Venture Launchpad: Ideas to Impact |
CEGE 5573 | Design for Sustainable Development: Create II |
CSCI 3003 | Introduction to Computing in Biology |
CSCI 3081W | Program Design and Development |
CSCI 3921W | Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Computing |
CSCI 4011 | Formal Languages and Automata Theory |
CSCI 4041 | Algorithms and Data Structures |
CSCI 4041H | Algorithms and Data Structures |
CSCI 4061 | Introduction to Operating Systems |
CSCI 4131 | Internet Programming |
CSCI 4203 | Computer Architecture |
CSCI 4211 | Introduction to Computer Networks |
CSCI 4511W | Introduction to Artificial Intelligence |
CSCI 4611 | Programming Interactive Computer Graphics and Games |
CSCI 4707 | Practice of Database Systems |
CSCI 4921 | History of Computing |
CSCI 4950 | Senior Software Project |
CSCI 4970W | Advanced Project Laboratory |
CSCI 5103 | Operating Systems |
CSCI 5105 | Introduction to Distributed Systems |
CSCI 5106 | Programming Languages |
CSCI 5115 | User Interface Design, Implementation and Evaluation |
CSCI 5117 | Developing the Interactive Web |
CSCI 5125 | Collaborative and Social Computing |
CSCI 5127W | Human-Centered Design and Prototyping of Ubiquitous Computing Systems |
CSCI 5143 | Real-Time and Embedded Systems |
CSCI 5161 | Introduction to Compilers |
CSCI 5204 | Advanced Computer Architecture |
CSCI 5211 | Data Communications and Computer Networks |
CSCI 5221 | Foundations of Advanced Networking |
CSCI 5231 | Wireless and Sensor Networks |
CSCI 5271 | Introduction to Computer Security |
CSCI 5302 | Analysis of Numerical Algorithms |
CSCI 5304 | Computational Aspects of Matrix Theory |
CSCI 5403 | Computational Complexity |
CSCI 5421 | Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures |
CSCI 5451 | Introduction to Parallel Computing: Architectures, Algorithms, and Programming |
CSCI 5461 | Functional Genomics, Systems Biology, and Bioinformatics |
CSCI 5471 | Modern Cryptography |
CSCI 5481 | Computational Techniques for Genomics |
CSCI 5511 | Artificial Intelligence I |
CSCI 5512 | Artificial Intelligence II |
CSCI 5521 | Introduction to Machine Learning |
CSCI 5523 | Introduction to Data Mining |
CSCI 5525 | Machine Learning |
CSCI 5551 | Introduction to Intelligent Robotic Systems |
CSCI 5552 | Sensing and Estimation in Robotics |
CSCI 5561 | Computer Vision |
CSCI 5607 | Fundamentals of Computer Graphics 1 |
CSCI 5608 | Fundamentals of Computer Graphics II |
CSCI 5609 | Visualization |
CSCI 5611 | Animation & Planning in Games |
CSCI 5619 | Virtual Reality and 3D Interaction |
CSCI 5707 | Principles of Database Systems |
CSCI 5708 | Architecture and Implementation of Database Management Systems |
CSCI 5715 | From GPS and Virtual Globes to Spatial Computing |
CSCI 5801 | Software Engineering I |
CSCI 5802 | Software Engineering II |
CSCI 5996 | Curricular Practical Training |
ESCI 3001 | Earth Materials |
ESCI 3002 | Climate Change and Human History |
ESCI 3004 | Water and Society |
ESCI 3005 | Earth Resources |
ESCI 3006 | Planets of the Solar System |
ESCI 3093 | Problems in Earth Sciences: Junior |
ESCI 3202 | Fluid Earth Dynamics |
ESCI 3303W | Geochemical Principles |
ESCI 3402 | Science and Politics of Global Warming |
ESCI 3425 | Atmospheric Pollution: From Smog to Climate Change |
ESCI 3870 | Modeling Workshop |
ESCI 3880 | Laboratory Workshop |
ESCI 3890 | Field Workshop |
ESCI 3891 | Field Methods |
ESCI 3911 | Introductory Field Geology |
ESCI 4010 | Undergraduate Seminar: Current Topics in Earth Sciences |
ESCI 4093 | Problems in Earth Sciences: Senior |
ESCI 4102W | Vertebrate Paleontology: Evolutionary History and Fossil Records of Vertebrates |
ESCI 4103W | Fossil Record of Mammals |
ESCI 4203 | Principles of Geophysical Exploration |
ESCI 4204 | Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism |
ESCI 4211 | Solid Earth Geophysics I |
ESCI 4212 | Solid Earth Geophysics II |
ESCI 4401 | Aqueous Environmental Geochemistry |
ESCI 4402 | Biogeochemical Cycles in the Ocean |
ESCI 4501 | Structural Geology |
ESCI 4502 | Tectonic Styles |
ESCI 4503 | Neotectonics |
ESCI 4602 | Sedimentology and Stratigraphy |
ESCI 4701 | Geomorphology |
ESCI 4702 | General Hydrogeology |
ESCI 4703 | Glacial Geology |
ESCI 4801 | Geomicrobiology |
ESCI 4911 | Advanced Field Geology |
ESCI 4971W | Field Hydrogeology |
ESCI 5102 | Climate Change and Human History |
ESCI 5201 | Time-Series Analysis of Geological Phenomena |
ESCI 5203 | Mineral and Rock Physics |
ESCI 5204 | Geostatistics and Inverse Theory |
ESCI 5205 | Fluid Mechanics in Earth and Environmental Sciences |
ESCI 5302 | Isotope Geology |
ESCI 5351 | Geochemical Modeling of Aqueous Systems |
ESCI 5353 | Electron Microprobe Theory and Practice |
ESCI 5402 | Science and Politics of Global Warming |
ESCI 5502 | Advanced Structural Geology |
ESCI 5503 | Advanced Petrology |
ESCI 5504W | Neotectonics |
ESCI 5601W | Advanced Sedimentology |
ESCI 5705 | Limnogeology and Paleoenvironment |
ESCI 5713 | Tracers and Karst Hydrogeology |
ESCI 5971 | Field Hydrogeology |
ESCI 5980 | Seminar: Current Topics in Earth Sciences |
EE 3005 | Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering |
EE 3006 | Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Laboratory |
EE 3015 | Signals and Systems |
EE 3025 | Statistical Methods in Electrical and Computer Engineering |
EE 3041 | Industrial Assignment I |
EE 3101 | Circuits and Electronics Laboratory I |
EE 3102 | Circuits and Electronics Laboratory II |
EE 3115 | Analog Electronics |
EE 3161 | Semiconductor Devices |
EE 3601 | Transmission Lines, Fields, and Waves |
EE 4111 | Advanced Analog Electronics Design |
EE 4161W | Energy Conversion and Storage |
EE 4163 | Energy Conversion and Storage Laboratory |
EE 4231 | Linear Control Systems: Designed by Input/Output Methods |
EE 4233 | State Space Control System Design |
EE 4235 | Linear Control Systems Laboratory |
EE 4237 | State Space Control Laboratory |
EE 4301 | Digital Design With Programmable Logic |
EE 4303 | Introduction to Programmable Devices Laboratory |
EE 4341 | Embedded System Design |
EE 4363 | Computer Architecture and Machine Organization |
EE 4389W | Introduction to Predictive Learning |
EE 4501 | Communications Systems |
EE 4505 | Communications Systems Laboratory |
EE 4541 | Digital Signal Processing |
EE 4607 | Wireless Hardware System Design |
EE 4701 | Electric Drives |
EE 4703 | Electric Drives Laboratory |
EE 4721 | Introduction to Power System Analysis |
EE 4722 | Power System Analysis Laboratory |
EE 4741 | Power Electronics |
EE 4743 | Switch-Mode Power Electronics Laboratory |
EE 5121 | Transistor Device Modeling for Circuit Simulation |
EE 5141 | Introduction to Microsystem Technology |
EE 5163 | Semiconductor Properties and Devices I |
EE 5164 | Semiconductor Properties and Devices II |
EE 5171 | Microelectronic Fabrication |
EE 5173 | Basic Microelectronics Laboratory |
EE 5181 | Introduction to Nanotechnology |
EE 5231 | Linear Systems and Optimal Control |
EE 5235 | Robust Control System Design |
EE 5239 | Introduction to Nonlinear Optimization |
EE 5251 | Optimal Filtering and Estimation |
EE 5301 | VLSI Design Automation I |
EE 5302 | VLSI Design Automation II |
EE 5323 | VLSI Design I |
EE 5324 | VLSI Design II |
EE 5327 | VLSI Design Laboratory |
EE 5329 | VLSI Digital Signal Processing Systems |
EE 5333 | Analog Integrated Circuit Design |
EE 5351 | Applied Parallel Programming |
EE 5364 | Advanced Computer Architecture |
EE 5371 | Computer Systems Performance Measurement and Evaluation |
EE 5381 | Telecommunications Networks |
EE 5391 | Computing With Neural Networks |
EE 5393 | Circuits, Computation, and Biology |
EE 5501 | Digital Communication |
EE 5505 | Wireless Communication |
EE 5531 | Probability and Stochastic Processes |
EE 5542 | Adaptive Digital Signal Processing |
EE 5545 | Digital Signal Processing Design |
EE 5549 | Digital Signal Processing Structures for VLSI |
EE 5551 | Multiscale and Multirate Signal Processing |
EE 5561 | Image Processing and Applications |
EE 5581 | Information Theory and Coding |
EE 5583 | Error Control Coding |
EE 5585 | Data Compression |
EE 5601 | Introduction to RF/Microwave Engineering |
EE 5602 | RF/Microwave Circuit Design |
EE 5611 | Plasma-Aided Manufacturing |
EE 5613 | RF/Microwave Circuit Design Laboratory |
EE 5616 | Antenna Theory and Design |
EE 5621 | Physical Optics |
EE 5622 | Physical Optics Laboratory |
EE 5624 | Optical Electronics |
EE 5627 | Optical Fiber Communication |
EE 5628 | Fiber Optics Laboratory |
EE 5629 | Optical System Design |
EE 5653 | Physical Principles of Magnetic Materials |
EE 5655 | Magnetic Recording |
EE 5657 | Physical Principles of Thin Film Technology |
EE 5657W | Physical Principles of Thin Film Technology |
EE 5705 | Electric Drives in Sustainable Energy Systems |
EE 5707 | Electric Drives in Sustainable Energy Systems Laboratory |
EE 5721 | Power Generation Operation and Control |
EE 5725 | Power Systems Engineering |
EE 5741 | Advanced Power Electronics |
EE 5745 | Wind Energy Essentials |
IE 3011 | Optimization I |
IE 3012 | Optimization II |
IE 3041 | Industrial Assignment I |
IE 3521 | Statistics, Quality, and Reliability |
IE 3522 | Quality Engineering and Reliability |
IE 3553 | Simulation |
IE 4011 | Stochastic Models |
IE 4096 | Curricular Practical Training |
IE 4511 | Human Factors |
IE 4551 | Production and Inventory Control |
IE 5111 | Systems Engineering I |
IE 5112 | Introduction to Operations Research |
IE 5113 | Systems Engineering II |
IE 5441 | Financial Decision Making |
IE 5511 | Human Factors and Work Analysis |
IE 5513 | Engineering Safety |
IE 5522 | Quality Engineering and Reliability |
IE 5531 | Engineering Optimization I |
IE 5532 | Stochastic Models |
IE 5541 | Project Management |
IE 5545 | Decision Analysis |
IE 5551 | Production Planning and Inventory Control |
IE 5553 | Simulation |
ME 3221 | Fundamentals of Design & Manufacturing |
ME 3221 | Design and Manufacturing I: Engineering Materials and Manufacturing Processes |
ME 3222 | Mechanisms & Machine Design |
ME 3222 | Design and Manufacturing II |
ME 3281 | System Dynamics and Control |
ME 3324 | Introduction to Thermal Science |
ME 3331 | Thermodynamics |
ME 3332 | Fluid Mechanics |
ME 3333 | Heat Transfer |
ME 4031W | Basic Mechanical Measurements Laboratory |
ME 4090 | Advanced Engineering Problems |
ME 4131W | Thermal Environmental Engineering Laboratory |
ME 4231 | Motion Control Laboratory |
ME 4232 | Fluid Power Control Lab |
ME 4233 | Vibration Engineering Laboratory |
ME 4331 | Thermal Energy Engineering Laboratory |
ME 4431W | Energy Conversion Systems Laboratory |
ME 5070 | Topics in Mechanical Engineering |
ME 5101 | Vapor Cycle Systems |
ME 5103 | Thermal Environmental Engineering |
ME 5105 | HVAC System Design |
ME 5113 | Aerosol/Particle Engineering |
ME 5116 | Cleanroom Technology and Particle Monitoring |
ME 5133 | Aerosol Measurement Laboratory |
ME 5221 | Computer-Assisted Product Realization |
ME 5223 | Materials in Design |
ME 5228 | Introduction to Finite Element Modeling, Analysis, and Design |
ME 5241 | Computer-Aided Engineering |
ME 5243 | Advanced Mechanism Design |
ME 5247 | Stress Analysis, Sensing, and Transducers |
ME 5248 | Vibration Engineering |
ME 5281 | Analog and Digital Control |
ME 5286 | Robotics |
ME 5312 | Solar Thermal Technologies |
ME 5332 | Intermediate Fluid Mechanics |
ME 5344 | Thermodynamics of Fluid Flow With Applications |
ME 5351 | Computational Heat Transfer |
ME 5446 | Introduction to Combustion |
ME 5461 | Internal Combustion Engines |
ME 5462 | Gas Turbines |
ME 5465 | Energy-Resources, Technology and Society |
ME 5666 | Modern Thermodynamics |
MATH 3283W | Sequences, Series, and Foundations: Writing Intensive |
MATH 3584H | Honors Calculus IV: Advanced Placement |
MATH 3592H | Honors Mathematics I |
MATH 3593H | Honors Mathematics II |
MATH 4151 | Elementary Set Theory |
MATH 4152 | Elementary Mathematical Logic |
MATH 4242 | Applied Linear Algebra |
MATH 4281 | Introduction to Modern Algebra |
MATH 4428 | Mathematical Modeling |
MATH 4512 | Differential Equations with Applications |
MATH 4567 | Applied Fourier Analysis |
MATH 4603 | Advanced Calculus I |
MATH 4604 | Advanced Calculus II |
MATH 4653 | Elementary Probability |
MATH 4707 | Introduction to Combinatorics and Graph Theory |
MATH 4990 | Topics in Mathematics |
MATH 5165 | Mathematical Logic I |
MATH 5166 | Mathematical Logic II |
MATH 5248 | Cryptology and Number Theory |
MATH 5251 | Error-Correcting Codes, Finite Fields, Algebraic Curves |
MATH 5285H | Honors: Fundamental Structures of Algebra I |
MATH 5286H | Honors: Fundamental Structures of Algebra II |
MATH 5335 | Geometry I |
MATH 5336 | Geometry II |
MATH 5345H | Honors: Introduction to Topology |
MATH 5378 | Differential Geometry |
MATH 5385 | Introduction to Computational Algebraic Geometry |
MATH 5445 | Mathematical Analysis of Biological Networks |
MATH 5447 | Theoretical Neuroscience |
MATH 5467 | Introduction to the Mathematics of Image and Data Analysis |
MATH 5485 | Introduction to Numerical Methods I |
MATH 5486 | Introduction To Numerical Methods II |
MATH 5490 | Topics in Applied Mathematics |
MATH 5525 | Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations |
MATH 5535 | Dynamical Systems and Chaos |
MATH 5583 | Complex Analysis |
MATH 5587 | Elementary Partial Differential Equations I |
MATH 5588 | Elementary Partial Differential Equations II |
MATH 5594H | Honors Mathematics - Topics |
MATH 5615H | Honors: Introduction to Analysis I |
MATH 5616H | Honors: Introduction to Analysis II |
MATH 5651 | Basic Theory of Probability and Statistics |
MATH 5652 | Introduction to Stochastic Processes |
MATH 5654 | Prediction and Filtering |
MATH 5705 | Enumerative Combinatorics |
MATH 5707 | Graph Theory and Non-enumerative Combinatorics |
MATH 5711 | Linear Programming and Combinatorial Optimization |
MATH 5900 | Tutorial in Advanced Mathematics |
MATH 5990 | Topics in Mathematics |
AST 4001 | Astrophysics I |
AST 4002 | Astrophysics II |
AST 4031 | Interpretation and Analysis of Astrophysical Data |
AST 4101 | Computational Methods in the Physical Sciences |
AST 4994W | Directed Research |
AST 5001 | Galactic Astronomy |
AST 5012 | The Interstellar Medium |
AST 5022 | Relativity, Cosmology, and the Universe |
AST 5201 | Methods of Experimental Astrophysics |
PHYS 3022 | Introduction to Cosmology |
PHYS 4041 | Computational Methods in the Physical Sciences |
PHYS 4121W | History of 20th-Century Physics |
PHYS 4211 | Introduction to Solid-State Physics |
PHYS 4303 | Electrodynamics and Waves |
PHYS 4501 | Experimental Project |
PHYS 4511 | Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics |
PHYS 4611 | Introduction to Space Physics |
PHYS 4621 | Introduction to Plasma Physics |
PHYS 4911 | Introduction to Biopolymer Physics |
PHYS 4950H | Senior Thesis |
PHYS 4960H | Honors Seminar |
PHYS 4993 | Directed Studies |
PHYS 4994 | Directed Research |
PHYS 5001 | Quantum Mechanics I |
PHYS 5002 | Quantum Mechanics II |
PHYS 5011 | Classical Physics I |
PHYS 5012 | Classical Physics II |
PHYS 5022 | Relativity, Cosmology, and the Universe |
PHYS 5041 | Mathematical Methods for Physics |
PHYS 5042 | Analytical and Numerical Methods of Physics II |
PHYS 5081 | Introduction to Biopolymer Physics |
PHYS 5201 | Thermal and Statistical Physics |
PHYS 5401 | Physiological Physics |
PHYS 5402 | Radiological Physics |
PHYS 5621 | Introduction to Plasma Physics |
PHYS 5701 | Solid-State Physics for Engineers and Scientists |
BIOC 3021 | Biochemistry |
BIOC 3022 | Biochemistry for Life Scientists |
BIOC 3960 | Research Topics in Biochemistry |
BIOC 4025W | Laboratory in Biochemistry |
BIOC 4125 | Laboratory in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology |
BIOC 4185 | Laboratory in Molecular Genetics |
BIOC 4225 | Laboratory in NMR Techniques |
BIOC 4325 | Laboratory in Mass Spectrometry |
BIOC 4331 | Biochemistry I: Structure, Catalysis, and Metabolism in Biological Systems |
BIOC 4332 | Biochemistry II: Molecular Mechanisms of Signal Transduction and Gene Expression |
BIOC 4351 | Protein Engineering |
BIOC 4521 | Introduction to Physical Biochemistry |
BIOC 5213 | Selected Topics in Molecular Biology |
BIOC 5216 | Current Topics in Signal Transduction |
BIOC 5225 | Graduate Laboratory in NMR Techniques |
BIOC 5309 | Biocatalysis and Biodegradation |
BIOC 5351 | Protein Engineering |
BIOC 5352 | Biotechnology and Bioengineering for Biochemists |
BIOC 5353 | Microbial Biochemistry and Biotechnology: Small Molecules |
BIOC 5361 | Microbial Genomics and Bioinformatics |
BIOC 5444 | Muscle |
BIOC 5527 | Introduction to Modern Structural Biology |
BIOC 5528 | Spectroscopy and Kinetics |
BIOC 5531 | Macromolecular Crystallography I: Fundamentals and Techniques |
BIOC 5532 | Macromolecular Crystallography II: Techniques and Applications |
BIOL 3001 | Nature of Science and Research |
BIOL 3002 | Plant Biology: Function |
BIOL 3004 | Foundations of Biology for Biological Sciences Majors, Part II Laboratory |
BIOL 3004H | Foundations of Biology for Biological Sciences Majors, Part II Laboratory |
BIOL 3005W | Plant Function Laboratory |
BIOL 3007W | Plant, Algal, and Fungal Diversity and Adaptation |
BIOL 3020 | Molecular Biology and Society |
BIOL 3211 | Physiology of Humans and Other Animals |
BIOL 3270 | Introduction To Systems Biology |
BIOL 3272 | Applied Biostatistics |
BIOL 3503 | Biology of Aging |
BIOL 3807 | Ecology |
BIOL 3809 | Evolution in Lab and Field |
BIOL 3811 | Introduction to Animal Behavior |
BIOL 3960H | Communicating in the Biological Sciences |
BIOL 4003 | Genetics |
BIOL 4004 | Cell Biology |
BIOL 4121 | Microbial Ecology and Applied Microbiology |
BIOL 4201 | Teaching in the Biology Laboratory |
BIOL 4321W | Deconstructing Research: Writing about Biological Research for Non-scientists |
BIOL 4590 | Coral Reef Ecology |
BIOL 4596 | Coral Reef Ecology (Dive Trip) |
BIOL 5272 | Applied Biostatistics |
BIOL 5309 | Molecular Ecology And Ecological Genomics |
BIOL 5407 | Ecology |
BIOL 5409 | Evolution |
EEB 3001 | Ecology and Society |
EEB 3002 | Sex, Evolution, and Behavior: Examining Human Evolutionary Biology |
EEB 3407 | Ecology |
EEB 3408W | Ecology |
EEB 3409 | Evolution |
EEB 3411 | Introduction to Animal Behavior |
EEB 3412W | Introduction to Animal Behavior |
EEB 3603 | Science, Protection, and Management of Aquatic Environments |
EEB 4068 | Plant Physiological Ecology |
EEB 4129 | Mammalogy |
EEB 4134 | Introduction to Ornithology |
EEB 4329 | Primate Ecology and Social Behavior |
EEB 4330W | Animal Communication |
EEB 4609W | Ecosystem Ecology |
EEB 4611 | Biogeochemical Processes |
EEB 4811 | Biogeochemical Processes |
EEB 4839 | Field Studies in Mammalogy |
EEB 4844 | Field Ornithology |
EEB 5042 | Quantitative Genetics |
EEB 5053 | Ecology: Theory and Concepts |
EEB 5068 | Plant Physiological Ecology |
EEB 5221 | Molecular Evolution |
EEB 5322 | Evolution and Animal Cognition |
EEB 5327 | Behavioral Ecology |
EEB 5371 | Principles of Systematics |
EEB 5407 | Ecology |
EEB 5409 | Evolution |
EEB 5601 | Limnology |
EEB 5605 | Limnology Laboratory |
EEB 5609 | Ecosystem Ecology |
GCD 3022 | Genetics |
GCD 3033 | Principles of Cell Biology |
GCD 3485 | Bioinformatic Analysis: Introduction to the Computational Characterization of Genes and Proteins |
GCD 4005W | Cell Biology - Writing Intensive |
GCD 4025 | Cell Biology, Development & Regeneration Laboratory |
GCD 4034 | Molecular Genetics |
GCD 4111 | Histology: Cell and Tissue Organization |
GCD 4134 | Endocrinology |
GCD 4143 | Human Genetics |
GCD 4151 | Molecular Biology of Cancer |
GCD 4161 | Developmental Biology |
GCD 4171 | Stem Cells in Biology and Medicine |
GCD 5005 | Computer Programming for Cell Biology |
GCD 5005 | Computer Programming for Cell Biology |
GCD 5036 | Molecular Cell Biology |
PBIO 4321 | Minnesota Flora |
PBIO 4404 | Developmental Plant Anatomy |
PBIO 4412 | Plant Physiology and Development |
PBIO 4511 | Flowering Plant Diversity |
PBIO 4516W | Plant Cell Biology: Writing Intensive |
PBIO 4601 | Topics in Plant Biochemistry |
PBIO 5109 | Current Questions in Fungal Biology |
PBIO 5301 | Plant Genomics |
PBIO 5412 | Plant Physiology and Development |
PBIO 5514 | Plant Molecular Genetics and Development |
PBIO 5516 | Plant Cell Biology |
PBIO 5601 | Topics in Plant Biochemistry |