Curriculum

Biotechnology Training Program Curriculum


Course
Year 1 Year 2
Fall
Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter
Spring
Summer

BIO697GA  ST- Human Genome Analysis (Spring) (OR any other course satisfying the NIH quantitative training requirement (3 cr)

X

    X

Chem 797T Frontiers of Biotechnology (Fall, 3 cr) offered in odd years

X

 or

X

CHEM-ENG 691 Biotechnology Seminar Series (1 cr)

X

Elective Course (3 cr)

X

CHEM-ENG 797T Biotechnology Journal Club (1 cr)

X

Responsible Conduct of Research (1 cr)

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHEM-ENG 690B Laboratory Modules (4 cr total; 1 cr each) 

X

X

X

X

X

X

Industrial Internship

X

or

X

Biotechnology Training Program Elective Courses

To fulfill the 3 credits elective requirement, Life Sciences students should take an Engineering course, while Engineering students should take a course in the Life Sciences.

Life Sciences Electives Engineering/Quantitative Electives
AnimlSci 672: Molecular Medicine BioStats 597D: Special Topics – Intro to Stats Computing with R 
AnimlSci 697C: Carcinogenesis ChemEng 575: Tissue Engineering
AnimlSci 697J: Cell, Genes, and Development ChemEng 592B: Intro to Biochemical Engineering
AnimlSci 697K: Adv. Immunology ChemEng 597D: Nanostructured Biomaterials
Biochem 623: Adv. General Biochemisty Microbio 697G: Genomics and Bioinformatics
Biology 891PB: Topics in Plant Biology Research Physics 553: Optics
Chem 627: Biomolecular Structure Physics 590K: Biological Physics
Chem 791L: Bioanalytical Chemistry Polymer 501: Intro to Polymer Science Engineering
Microbio 680: Adv. Microbial Physiology Polymer 607: Intro to Synthetic Polymer Chemistry
MolclBio 641: Adv. Cellular Biology Polymer 797C: Colloidal & Interfacial Phenomena
MolclBio 642: Adv. Molecular Biology Polymer 797TL: Polymer Translocation
MolclBio 690G: Adv. Concepts of Genetic Analysis Statistic 501: Methods of Applied Statistics
Additional Courses
(With Operations Committee Approval)
SCH-MGMT 597N Special Topics – New Ventures