This degree program is typically delivered over 2 years of full time study.
The first year will see you taking 2 of the 700-level modules listed below. Your final year will be dedicated to conducting research and writing your capstone thesis.
700-Level Modules May Include:
- Computational Biochemistry
- Enzyme Catalytic Mechanisms
- Mechanism of Enzyme Action
- Molecular Mechanisms of Membrane Function
- Scientific Communication
- Signal Transduction: Dynamic Mechanism of Action of Growth Factors
- Signal Transduction: Receptors, G-proteins, Target Enzymes
- Special Topics in Bacterial Cell Surfaces
- Special Topics in Biomolecular Science: Microboial Pathogenesis
- Special Topics in Biomolecular Sciences: Immunometabolism
- Special Topics in Proteins
- Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
- The Molecular Biology of Glucose Metabolism
- Writing for Science
You may also be required to take 600-level courses, depending on your research. These will not give course credit, however, or affect your grades.
600-Level Modules Include:
- Biochemical Immunology
- Introduction to Molecular Biophysics
- Biochemical Pharmacology
- Molecular Membrane Biology
- Gene Regulation, Stem Cells and Development