Courses in Genetics and Genomics

Updated July 2018. May not be comprehensive; please check course catalog.

Undergraduate Courses

  • AAAS 261D: Race, Genomics and Society (fall and spring)
  • BIOLOGY 128FS: Evolutionary Genomics: Who Are We, Where Have We Been, Where Are We Going (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 148FS: Genomics of Host-Microbe Interactions: The Symbiotic Web (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 156K: Genetics, Genomics & Society (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 162: Evolution of Life (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 201L: Gateway to Biology: Molecular Biology (fall and/or spring)
  • BIOLOGY 201LA: Gateway to Biology: Molecular Biology (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 202L: Gateway to Biology: Genetics and Evolution (fall and/or spring)
  • BIOLOGY 202LA: Gateway to Biology: Genetics and Evolution (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 209-1: The Ecology of Human Health (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 212L: General Microbiology (fall and/or spring)
  • BIOLOGY 220: Cell Biology (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 248: Evolution of Animal Form (fall and/or spring)
  • BIOLOGY 248-1: Evolution of Animal Form (occasionally)
  • BIOLOGY 250: Population Genetics (occasionally)
  • BIOLOGY 251L: Molecular Evolution
  • BIOLOGY 260S: Genetics and Genomics of Human Variation (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 261D: Race, Genomics and Society (fall and/or spring)
  • BIOLOGY 310: Primate Evolutionary Genetics (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 325: Current Technologies in Genomics & Precision Medicine (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 250: Complex Traits and Evolutionary Genetics (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 350: Complex Traits and Evolutionary Genetics (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 365: From Influenza A to Varicella Zoster: The Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution of Infectious Disease (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 414LS: Experiments in Developmental and Molecular Genetics (fall and/or spring)
  • BIOLOGY 417S: Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 420: Cancer Genetics (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 450S: Genomics of Adaptation: A Modern Look at Evolution (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 452S: Genes & Development (fall)
  • BIOLOGY 453S: Gene-Environment Interaction: Genes in an Ecological Context (spring)
  • BIOLOGY 454S: Physiological Genetics of Disease (spring)
  • BME 260L: Modeling Cellular and Molecular Systems (fall and/or spring)
  • CULANTH 261D: Race, Genomics and Society (fall and/or spring)
  • ENVIRON 148FS: Genomics of Host-Microbe Interactions: The Symbiotic Web (fall)
  • EVANTH 215S: Genetics and Genomics of Human Variation (fall)
  • EVANTH 310: Primate Evolutionary Genetics (spring)
  • GENOME 118FS: The Secrets of Life: DNA, Property Rights and Human Identity
  • GENOME 120FS: Ethical Implications of Genetic and Genomic Research (fall)
  • GENOME 123FS: Ethics, Law and Policy in Genomics (fall)
  • GENOME 128FS: Evolutionary Genomics: Who Are We, Where Have We Been, and Where Are We Going? (fall)
  • GENOME 138 FS: Synthetic Genomics: Science, Policy and Ethics (occasionally)
  • GENOME 148FS: Genomics of Host-Microbe Interactions: The Symbiotic Web (fall)
  • GENOME 190FS: Focus Program: Topics in Genome Sciences (occasionally)
  • GENOME 222FS: Genetics and Epigenetics: The Codes that Control Our Genomes (fall)
  • GENOME 291: Bass Connections: Enabling Precision Medicine (fall and/or spring)
  • GLHLTH 258D: Race, Genomics and Society (fall and/or spring)
  • HGP 301B: Research in HGP
  • MATH 168S: Mathematical Investigations in Genetics and Genomics (fall)
  • MGM 210B: Genetic Analysis of Human Disease
  • MGM 222FS: Genetics and Epigenetics: The Codes that Control our Genomes (fall)
  • PHARM 370: Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine
  • PHIL 195FS: The Human Enhancement Project: Ethical Issues in Genomics (occasionally)
  • PUBPOL 184FS: Synthetic Genomics: Science, Policy and Ethics (occasionally)

  • PUBPOL 186FS: Ethical Implications of Genetic and Genomic Research (fall)

  • RIGHTS 261D: Race, Genomics, and Society (fall and/or spring)

  • SCISOC 156: Genetics, Genomics, and Society: Implications for the 21st Century (spring)

  • SCISOC 258D: Race, Genomics, and Society (fall and/or spring)

  • SCISOC 268S: Law & Genomic Sciences (fall)

  • SCISOC 290S: Special Topics in Genome Sciences