Effective Spring 2015
|BMS 409||Human and Animal Reproductive Biology||3|
|BMS 642||Research Techniques for Gametes and Embryos||1|
|BMS 792C||Seminar: Reproductive Physiology 1||1-5|
|BMS 795E||Independent Study: Reproductive Physiology 2,3||3-4|
|Select 20-21 credits from the following: 4||20-21|
|Bovine Reproduction Management|
|Molecular Genetics 5|
|Mammalian Physiology I|
|Mammalian Physiology II|
|Comparative Reproductive Physiology|
|Mechanisms of Hormone Action|
|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|
|Design and Data Analysis for Researchers I|
|Infertility and Genital Disease|
|Scholarly Paper 3||0|
A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.
Students must take one credit of BMS 792C for two semesters.
Students must undertake an extensive laboratory project or internship working with oocyte culture IVF, embryo development, or cryopreservation.
Students must complete a scholarly paper detailing the research results from BMS 795E.
Select additional courses with advisor approval
No more than 7 credits at the 300- or 400-level will count toward the master’s degree.