Courses

Courses below are offered yearly in the fall semester but are dependent on enrollment.

Please contact the Office of Graduate Studies for more information.

PEDS 911 — Human Genetics & Cytogenetics Principles, 2 cr.  Fall, annually (5 student enrollment required for the course to be taught). Human genetics principles, etiologies of disease, genetic syndromes, counseling issues, population genetics and ethical considerations in genetics. Prereq: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a biological or related field, and permission of instructor.

PEDS 912 — Human Cytogenetics Laboratory, 2 cr. Fall, annually (5 student enrollment required for the course to be taught).  Development of research tools in human genetics. Includes culture of peripheral blood and human chromosome methodology, analysis and identification. Prereq: PEDS 911 (or concurrent), a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a biological or related field, and permission of instructor.