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Biomedical Sciences - Physiology Interdisciplinary - M.S. and Ph.D. Program Requirements PDFDownload to print

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (22-26 credits)
Course Title Credits
CHEM 50245 Biochemical Foundations of Medicine (4) 4
Choose from the following series: 6-7
BMS 6/70449

Medical Physiology I  (4)
Medical Physiology II (3)
BSCI 5/70433

Mammalian Physiology I (3)
Mammalian Physiology II (3)
Choose from the following series: 6-9
PSYC 6/71651

Quantitative Statistical Analysis I (3)
Electives (3)
EXPH 63050


Research Process in Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology (3)
Quantitative and Research Methods in Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology (3)
Advanced Research Design and Statistics in Exercise, Leisure and Sport (3)
Choose one of the following tracks: 6
Cardiopulmonary Physiology Track: choose from the following courses:  
BMS 6/70729 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience (4)  
Electives (2)  
Excersice Physiology Track  
EXPH 6/75081 Energy Metabolism and Body Composition (3)  
EXPH 6/75082 Cardio-Respiratory Function (3)  
TOTAL 22-26


Suitable electives related to the student’s dissertation research will be chosen and approved by the advisory committee.

Each doctoral candidate, upon admission to candidacy, must register for BMS 80199 Dissertation I for a total of 30 hours. It is expected that a doctoral candidate will continuously register for Dissertation I, and thereafter BMS 80299 Dissertation II, each semester, including one term each summer, until all requirements for the degree have been met.