Effective Spring 2015

Core Courses
BMS 409Human and Animal Reproductive Biology3
BMS 642Research Techniques for Gametes and Embryos1
BMS 792CSeminar: Reproductive Physiology 11-5
BMS 795EIndependent Study: Reproductive Physiology 2,33-4
Selected Courses
Select 20-21 credits from the following: 420-21
Bovine Reproduction Management
ANEQ 520
Molecular Genetics 5
Endocrinology 5
Mammalian Physiology I
Mammalian Physiology II
Comparative Reproductive Physiology
Mechanisms of Hormone Action
Metabolic Endocrinology
Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology
Human Heredity and Birth Defects 5
Science and Ethics
Managing Human-Wildlife Conflicts 5
Conservation and Management of Large Mammals 5
Conservation Biology
Design and Data Analysis for Researchers I
Infertility and Genital Disease
Scholarly Paper
Scholarly Paper 30
Total Credits29-33

 A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.  

1

Students must take one credit of BMS 792C for two semesters.

2

Students must undertake an extensive laboratory project or internship working with oocyte culture IVF, embryo development, or cryopreservation.

3

Students must complete a scholarly paper detailing the research results from BMS 795E.

4

Select additional courses with advisor approval

5

No more than 7 credits at the 300- or 400-level will count toward the master’s degree.