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BMS 100 - Srch in Biomolecular Sciences
Search in Biomolecular Sciences Winter, Summer. Study Area IV Examination of various topics, contemporary issues, and problems in biomolecular sciences. Three hours of lecture per week. No credit given toward a major or minor in the sciences. Course may be repeated one time with a different topic.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
SA4- Natural Sciences -No Lab

BMS 101 - Srch in Biomolecular Sci/w Lab
Search in Biomolecular Sciences with Lab Irregular. Study Area IV Examination of various topics, contemporary issues, and problems in biomolecular sciences. Sections include two lectures and one, two-hour laboratory per week. No credit given toward life sciences majors or minors. Course may be repeated one time with a different topic.

3.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
2.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture/Lab, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
SA4- Natural Sciences w/ Lab

BMS 102 - Intro to Biomolecular Sciences
Introduction to Biomolecular Science Study Area IV An introduction to cell physiology and basic metabolism (including the fundamentals of molecular genetics) and the organization, structure and function of animal tissues and organ systems.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
SA4- Natural Sciences -No Lab

BMS 103 - Intro to Biomolecular Sci Lab
Introduction to Biomolecular Science Laboratory Study Area IV Prereq.: BMS 102 (may be taken concurrently). Laboratory course to accompany BMS 102. One, three-hour lab per week.

1.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
SA4- Natural Sciences-Lab Only

BMS 111 - Cells & Human Body
Cells and the Human Body Study Area IV An overview of the structure and function of the cell and its metabolism. Topics include genetics and molecular mechanisms underlying cellular structure and function, and the need for and generation of multiple cell types and organ systems in the human body. Covers the workings of the major organ systems in maintaining the overall health of an individual. No credit given to students with credit for BIO 111. Cannot be used to meet requirements for major or minor in biomolecular sciences.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
SA4- Natural Sciences -No Lab

BMS 113 - Lab Exper-Biomolecular Sci
Laboratory Experience in Biomolecular Science Study Area IV Prereq.: BMS 100 or BMS 102 or BMS 111 or BIO 100 or BIO 111 (any of these may be taken concurrently). Laboratory experiences in biomolecular sciences, with a strong emphasis on hypothesis development, experimentation, data analysis and written reports. One, two-hour laboratory per week.

1.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
SA4- Natural Sciences-Lab Only

BMS 190 - Introduction to Research I
Introduction to Research I Prereq.: BMS 102 (may be taken concurrently). Weekly discussions with research seminars, presentations by students currently doing research, and other instruction appropriate to the first year biomolecular sciences major (portfolio, career advising, workshops, etc.). One hour per week.

0.500 Credit hours
0.500 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 201 - Prin Cell/Molecular Biology
Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology Study Area IV Prereq.: BMS 102 and BMS 103 or BIO 121; or permission of department chair. Introduction to the major principles of cell biology including cell compartmentalization; flow of genetic information; protein structure, synthesis, and trafficking; signal transduction; and molecular responses resulting in changes in cell activity, cell division, or apoptosis. Three hours of lecture and one, three-hour laboratory per week.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
SA4- Natural Sciences w/ Lab

BMS 206 - Genetics for Nursing
Genetics for Nursing Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 102, or BMS 111, or BIO 111, and CHEM 150 (may be taken concurrently): or permission of department chair. Introduction to human and clinical genetics for nursing majors. Will include overview of transmission and molecular genetics, with special emphasis on human and health-related issues. Cannot be used to satisfy the requirements for a major in biomolecular science or biology. Three hours of lecture per week.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 216 - Microbiology for Nursing
Microbiology for Nursing Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 102, or BMS 111, or BIO 111, and CHEM 150, or permission or department chair. Introduction to bacteriology, virology, mycology, immunology, and parasitilogy. Course will focus on the interactions between humans and the microbial world that influence health and disease. The laboratory exercises will give students significant experience with basic techniques for studying and manipulating microorganisms, including microscopy, culturing of bacteria, and biochemical and behavioral testing of known and unknown samples. Cannot be used to satisfy the requirements for a major in biomolecular science or biology. Two, one-hour lectures and one, two-hour laboratory per week.

3.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
2.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 290 - Introduction to Research II
Introduction to Research II Prereq.: BMS 201 (may be taken concurrently) and BMS 190; or permission of department chair. Weekly discussions consisting of research seminars by biomolecular sciences faculty and students. Coverage of career options, the nature of research, and advising. One hour per week.

0.500 Credit hours
0.500 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 306 - Genetics
Genetics Prereq.: BMS 201 or permission of the department chair, and CHEM 161 and CHEM 162 (formerly combined as CHEM 121) or CHEM 121. Historical development of basic principles and modern concepts of genetics. Integrated survey of each of the major fields of genetics is presented. Three hours of lecture and one, three-hour laboratory per week.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 307 - Genomics
Genomics Spring. Prereq.: BMS 201 and CHEM 161 & 162, or permission of department chair. ~~ Covers foundational material regarding genome structure and introduces modern analytical techniques for comparative genome studies. Topics include proteomics and molecular systems. Labs emphasize modern nucleic acid-based techniques and bioinformatics approaches. Three hours of lecture and one, 3-hour laboratory per week.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 311 - Cell Biology
Cell Biology Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 201 or permission of the department chair, and CHEM 161 and CHEM 162 (formerly combined as CHEM 121) or CHEM 121. Cellular structure and function in terms of chemical composition, physiochemical, and functional organization of cells and organelles, including basic cellular metabolism. Membrane transport phenomena, excitation, contraction, trafficking, cell interactions, and other specialized cellular functions. Three hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week. No credit given to students with previous credit for BIO 411.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab
All Sections for this Course

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 316 - Microbiology
Microbiology Prereq.: BMS 201 or permission of the department chair and CHEM 161 and CHEM 162 (formerly combined as CHEM 121) or CHEM 121. Genetics and metabolism of bacteria, focusing on microorganisms that affect human health and the environment. Discussion areas include biochemistry, molecular genetics, immunology, biotechnology, infectious diseases, and environmental microbiology. Laboratory exercises deal with bacterial growth and control, diagnostic identification, bacterial genetics, and the roles of bacteria in humans and the world. Three-hours of lecture and one, three-hour laboratory per week.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab, Vista Web Course

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 318 - Anatomy and Physiology I
Anatomy and Physiology I Fall. Prereq: BIO 122 or BMS 201 or NRSE 150, or permission of department chair. Human gross morphology, histology, and physiology of the skeletal, integument, muscular, nervous, and respiratory systems, including effects of aging. Three hours of lecture and one, three-hour laboratory per week. Cross listed as BIO 318. No credit given to students with credit for BIO 318.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 319 - Anatomy and Physiology II
Anatomy and Physiology II Spring. Prereq.: BIO 122; or BMS 201; or NRSE 150 (which can be taken concurrently); or permission of department chair. Human gross morphology, histology, and physiology of the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, renal, digestive, and reproductive systems. Nutrition, metabolism, fetal development and aging will also be covered. Three hours of lecture and one, three-hour laboratory per week. Cross listed as BIO 319. No credit given to students with credit for BIO 319.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 320 - Histology
Histology Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 201 or permission of department chair. A laboratory-based course building on the concepts of protein and cell structure learned in BMS 201. Students will identify tissues and understand their special function and location in the body. Students will also learn techniques for tissue embedding, sectioning and staining. Two, two-hour laboratories per week.

2.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 321 - Experimental Develmntl Biology
Experimental Developmental Biology Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 201 or permission of department chair. Laboratory-based course introducing students to the techniques biologists use to understand fundamental processes of embryonic development. Investigations will include gene and protein expression, morphogenetic processes that shape embryos, genetic manipulations of development and effects of environmental toxicants on development. Two, two-hour laboratories per week.

2.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 322 - Comparative Physiology
Comparative Animal Physiology Prereq.: BMS 201. Basic animal physiology course comparing strategies used by different organisms. Topics may include: respiration, oxygen delivery, metabolism, excretion of wastes, motion, temperature regulation and osmotic balance. Topics will be studied on tissue, cellular and molecular levels. The laboratory component (3 hours, one day per week) will be student designed experiments assisted by faculty. In addition, there will be several longer experiments that will be done over the entire semester.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 340 - Biomolecular Techniques
Biomolecular Techniques Irregular Prereq.: BMS 201 or permission of department chair. Laboratory-based course building on molecular-genetic concepts introduced in BMS 201. Methods covered will include basic techniques of molecular biology including DNA restriction, cloning, and transformation along with procedures for assessment of gene expression and genome analysis. Two, two-hour laboratories per week.

2.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 380 - Emergency Med Tech (EMT)
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Formerly IT 380. Recognition of illnesses and injuries; training in the administering of appropriate emergency medical care. Classes will include demonstrations, practice sessions, and 10 hours of in-hospital practicum. Note: Credit will be given automatically upon proof of current EMT certification as issued by the Office of Emergency Medical Service, State of Connecticut. Cannot be counted towards a major in biology.

6.000 Credit hours
6.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 390 - Indep Rsrch- Biomolecular Sci
Independent Research in Biomolecular Science On demand. Prereq.: BMS 290 and written permission of instructor and department chair. Laboratory research under the guidance of one or more department members. Written report or presentation, portfolio review, and attendance at research seminars required. May be repeated with a different instructor for a maximum of two credits.

1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 391 - Intrnship in Biomolecular Sci
Internship in Biomolecular Science On demand. Prereq.: Written permission of instructor and department chair. Projects in biomolecular science under the supervision of one or more department members. Projects generally involve work with associated organizations off campus. Written report or poster presentation, and portfolio review required.

1.000 TO 3.000 Credit hours
1.000 TO 3.000 Other hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 412 - Human Physiology
Human Physiology Fall. [GR] Prereq.: BIO 122, or BMS 201; or BIO/BMS 318 or 319; or permission of department chair. Study of human body and its reactions to internal and external environmental changes. Physiology of the musculoskeletal, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, excretory and endocrine systems is considered. Integrative mechanisms of the system are emphasized. Cross listed as BIO 412.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
400 level crs-Graduate Program

BMS 413 - Human Physiology Laboratory
Human Physiology Laboratory Fall. [GR] Prereq.: BMS 412 or BIO 412 (either may be taken concurrently). Laboratory course to accompany BMS 412. One three-hour laboratory per week. Cross listed as BIO 413.

1.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
400 level crs-Graduate Program

BMS 414 - Pharmacology, Physi & Drug Dev
Pharmacology, Physiology, and Drug Development Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 318 or BMS 319 or BMS 412 or BIO 318 or BIO 319 or BIO 412; and CHEM 163 and CHEM 164 (formerly combined as CHEM 122); or permission of department chair. Basic principles of pharmacology and the physiological mechanisms underlying drug action. Focus on the pharmacology of: the nervous and cardiovascular systems, chemical dependency and chemotherapy for cancer.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Not Avail for Graduate Credit

BMS 415 - Adv Explrtn-Cell,Mol,&Phys Bio
Advanced Exploration in Cell, Molecular, and Physiological Biology Irregular. [GR] Prereq.: BMS 306 or BMS 307; or BMS 311 or BMS 316 or permission of department chair. The focus will be on understanding a modern biological issue at the level of molecular, cellular, and physiological inquiry. The treatment of the topic will be at an advanced level, reflective of current research in the field. May be repeated under a different topic for a maximum of 6 credits.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
400 level crs-Graduate Program

BMS 416 - Experimental Micribiology
Experimental Microbiology Irregular. Prereq: BMS 316, or permission of department chair. Laboratory-based course which builds on the concepts and skills learned in BMS 316: Microbiology. Topics will include microbial genetics and physiology, and behavior and interactions between microorganisms. Two, two-hour laboratories per week.

2.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Not Avail for Graduate Credit

BMS 490 - Topics in Biomolecular Science
Topics in Biomolecular Sciences Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 201 or permission of department chair. Selected studies in the biomolecular sciences. Lectures, seminars, discussions, independent readings, reports, and laboratory work appropriate for the topic will be utilized. Four credit hour offerings will include one, three-hour laboratory per week. May be repeated with different topics.

3.000 OR 4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
2.250 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Not Avail for Graduate Credit

BMS 491 - Adv Indep Rsrch in BMS
Advanced Independent Research in Biomolecular Science On demand. Prereq.: BMS 390 and written permission of instructor and department chair. Advanced laboratory research under the guidance of one or more department members. Continuation of research begun in BMS 390. Written report or presentation, portfolio review, and attendance at research seminars required. May be repeated for a maximum of five credits.

1.000 TO 3.000 Credit hours
1.000 TO 3.000 Other hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Not Avail for Graduate Credit

BMS 492 - Mentorship in Biomolecular Sci
Mentorship in Biomolecular Science On demand. Prereq.: BMS 491, and written permission of instructor and department chair. Faculty-supervised mentorship by an advanced undergraduate of one or two high-school interns on a research project in biomolecular science. Student meets for 1 hour weekly with faculty advisor for planning and evaluation, and works with intern(s) for 3 hours per week during a regular semester (40 hours research mentoring expected). Poster presentation (with interns), written report, and portfolio review required. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits.

1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Other hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Not Avail for Graduate Credit

BMS 495 - Capstone in Molecular Biology
Capstone in Molecular Biology Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 306 or permission of the department chair. For advanced undergraduates. Introduction to the structure and function of DNA. Emphasis on approaches currently being used to analyze the expression of genes. Examination of regulated gene expression and its relationship to cellular growth and differentiation. Three hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Not Avail for Graduate Credit

BMS 496 - Capstone Biosys,Bioenerg,Metab
Capstone in Biosynthesis, Bioenergetics and Metabolic Regulation Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 306 or BMS 311 or BMS 316; and CHEM 212 and CHEM 213; or permission of department chair. For advanced undergraduates. Study of the molecular reactions that sustain life in connection to their role in biological systems. Structure and function of biomolecules. Bioenergetic principles involved in the synthesis and degradation of biological macromolecules. Integration and regulation of metabolic pathways will be discussed.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Not Avail for Graduate Credit

BMS 497 - Biosynth/Bioengtcs/Metblc Reg
Biosynthesis, Bioenergetics and Metabolic Regulation Laboratory Irregular. [GR] Prereq. or coreq.: BMS 496 or BMS 506. Laboratory to accompany BMS 496 or 506. One three-hour laboratory per week.

1.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
400 level crs-Graduate Program

BMS 499 - Undergrad Thesis in BMS
Undergraduate Thesis in Biomolecular Sciences. On demand. Prereq.: BMS 491 (may be taken concurrently) and written permission of thesis advisor. Student must submit thesis proposal based on project done in BMS 491 to the biomolecular sciences department and complete the undergraduate thesis under the supervision of the thesis advisor. The same BMS 491 project may not be the subject of both an HON 441 thesis and a BMS 499 thesis.

1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Other hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study

Biomolecular Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Not Avail for Graduate Credit

BMS 500 - Seminar in Biomolecular Sci
Seminar in Biomolecular Science Fall. Irregular. Prereq.: Permission of department chair. Study of contemporary topics in biomolecular sciences through individual readings, discussions and presentations.

1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 505 - Molecular Biology
Molecular Biology Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 306 or BMS 307; or permission of the department chair. For entering graduate students. Introduction to the structure and function of DNA. Emphasis on approaches currently being used to analyze the expression of genes. Examination or regulated gene expression and its relationship to cellular growth and differentiation. Three hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week. This is a bridge course with BMS 495. No credit given to students with previous credit for BMS 495.

4.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 506 - Biosyn/Bioenrgtcs/Metab Reg
Biosynthesis, Bioenergetics, and Metabolic Regulation Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 306 or BMS 307 or BMS 311, or BMS 316; and CHEM 212 and 213. For entering graduate students. Study of the molecular reactions that sustain life in connection to their role in biological systems. Structure and function of biomolecules. Integration and regulation of metabolic pathways will be discussed. This is a bridge course with BMS 496. No credit given to students with previous credit for BMS 496.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 516 - Medical Microbiology
Medical Microbiology Irregular. Prereq.: Admission to a BMS program, or permission of the department chair. Course will focus on interactions between humans and microorganisms that lead to health and disease. Topics will include microbial pathogenesis and human defenses.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 519 - Physiology of Human Aging
Physiology of Human Aging Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 412, or BIO 412 or BIO 517; or permission of department chair. Course will use a systems approach to compare the physiology of young adults and aged adults. Dysregulation of normal physiology and affects on organ systems will be related at the cellular and molecular levels.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 540 - Adv Tpcs in Biomolecular Sci
Advanced Topics in Biomolecular Science Irregular. Prereq.: Permission of department chair. Selected topics in the biomolecular sciences. Lectures, seminars, discussions, independent readings, reports, and laboratory work as appropriate for the topic will be utilized. Four credit hour offerings will include one, three-hour laboratory per week. May be repeated with different topics. This is a link course with BMS 490.

3.000 OR 4.000 Credit hours
3.000 OR 4.000 Lecture hours
0.000 OR 2.250 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lecture, Lecture/Lab, Online Instruction

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 562 - Developmental Biology
Developmental Biology Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 306 or BMS 307; permission of department chair. Structural and functional aspects of development of organisms are studied. Emphasis on cellular differentiation and primary morphogenesis.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 570 - Advanced Genetics
Advanced Genetics Irregular. Prereq.: BMS 306 or BMS 307; permission of department chair. Study of contemporary genetic research. Readings will be assigned from various texts and journals.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 572 - Lab Rotation- Cell & Mlclr Bio
Laboratory Rotation in Cell and Molecular Biology On demand. Prereq.: Permission of department chair. Supervised research in three different cell and molecular biology laboratories as an introduction to modern research methods. One hour of seminar and three hours of research per week.

1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab, Lecture, Lecture/Lab

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 590 - Focused Stdy in Adv Biomol Sci
Focused Study in Advanced Biomolecular Sciences On demand. Prereq.: Written permission of instructor(s) and department chair. Advanced project in biomolecular sciences under the supervision of one or more department members selected by the student and the graduate advisor. Written and oral research report required. May be repeated under a different topic no more than three times, for a maximum of 8 credits.

1.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
1.000 TO 4.000 Other hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study, Lab, Lecture

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 591 - Indep Rsrch Proj in BMS
Independent Research Project in Biomolecular Sciences On demand. Prereq.: Written permission of instructor and department chair. Individual student research. Laboratory study under the supervision of faculty chosen in consultation with faculty advisor. Written research report required. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.

1.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
1.000 TO 4.000 Other hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 592 - Mentorship in Biomolecular Sci
Mentorship in Biomolecular Science On Demand. Prereq.: BMS 591, and written permission of instructor and department chair. Faculty-supervised mentorship by an advanced undergraduate of one or two high-school interns on a research project in biomolecular science. Student meets for 1 hour weekly with faculty advisor for planning and evaluation, and works with intern(s) for 3 hours per week during a regular semester (40 hours research mentoring expected). Poster presentation (with interns), written report, and portfolio review required. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits.

1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Other hours

Schedule Types: Independent Study

Biomolecular Sciences Department

BMS 599 - Thesis
Thesis On demand. Prereq.: Permission of thesis advisor and department chair; and a 3.00 overall GPA. Preparation of the thesis under the supervision of the thesis advisor.

3.000 OR 6.000 Credit hours
3.000 OR 6.000 Other hours

Schedule Types: Thesis

Biomolecular Sciences Department


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