Elective Courses

A tremendous variety of elective courses are offered to students in the MAMS Program.
These reflect the broad interests and expertise of Program faculty and may be taken to
best suit a student’s interests and career goals.

Some of the most popular elective courses are listed below. (Medical School equivalent courses indicated with **).  A complete listing of all  GMS Course Offerings can be found here. Some courses may not be offered in the 2014-2015 academic year.

Fall Semester Electives –

GMS AN 722 Cellular Organization of Tissues (Histology) (4credits)
GMS BN 779 Beginning Basic Neuroscience (2 credits)
GMS CI 640 Regulatory & Compliance Issues (4 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS CI 675 Designing Clinical Research Studies (4 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS FS 703 Forensic Chemistry (3 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS MH 703 Counseling Techniques (3 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS FS 705 Forensic Anthropology (2 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS MS 971 Related Medical Sciences (research) (2 credits)

Spring Semester Electives –

GMS PA 600 Introduction to Pathology of Disease (4 credits)
GMS PA 510 Medical Immunology (2 credits)
GMS PM 730 Introduction to Medical Pharmacology (4 credits)
GMS BN 779 Beginning Basic Neuroscience (2 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS CI 631 Clinical Trials Management, (4 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS CI 790 Seminar in Clinical Research (2 credits)
GMS MI 518 Virology (4 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS MS 791 Essential Readings in Translational Research (2 credits)
GMS MS 972 Related Medical Sciences (research), (2 credits)

Summer Semester Electives-

GMS CI 660 Good Clinical Practices in Clinical Research (4 credits)
GMS CI 680 Legal and Ethical Issues in Clinical Research (2 credits)
GMS MH 810 Psychopharmacology (3 credits, with permission of instructor)
GMS MS 506 Clinical Laboratory Genetics I: Cytogenetics (4 credits)