Cell and Molecular Biology courses

CELL 1010 General Biology
General Biology
A study of phenomenology and fundamental concepts that apply to all living systems. Major topics include: cell biology, physiology, genetics, and development.
credit hours: 3

CELL 1030 Heredity and Society
Heredity and Society
The nature, scope, and implications of recent accomplishments in genetics, including consideration of human birth defects, hereditary diseases, and the potential of the human species to manipulate its own genes.
Notes: Satisfies the college non-laboratory science requirement. Satisfies the college laboratory science requirement with completion of CELL 1035, formerly CELL 1060. Does not count toward the requirements for a major or minor in cell and molecular biology.
credit hours: 3

CELL 1035 Heredity and Society Laboratory
Heredity and Society Laboratory
Laboratory and computer exercises to reinforce concepts discussed in CELL 1030. Students will learn basic laboratory skills, including microscopy and molecular biological techniques.
Notes: Satisfies the college laboratory science course requirement with completion of CELL 1030. Does not count toward the requirements for the major or minor in cell and molecular biology.
credit hours: 1

CELL 1890 Service Learning
Service Learning
credit hours: 0

CELL 2050 Genetics
Genetics
The principles of genetic analysis and the nature of genes. Discussion of DNA, chromosomes, and molecular mechanism of replication, mutation, expression, and transmission of heritable characteristics.
Pre-requistites: CELL 1010.
credit hours: 3

CELL 2115 General Biology Laboratory
General Biology Laboratory
Laboratory exercises emphasizing concepts in cell, molecular, and developmental biology. Designed for majors in the biological sciences.
Pre-requistites: CELL 1010 and CHEM 1080.
credit hours: 1

CELL 3030 Molecular Biology
Molecular Biology
Introduction to theory and applications of molecular biology.
Pre-requistites: CELL 2050.
credit hours: 3

CELL 3035 Molecular Biology Laboratory
Molecular Biology Laboratory
Laboratory experience in molecular biology techniques.
credit hours: 1

CELL 3050 Foundations of Pharmacology
Foundations of Pharmacology
This course explains cellular mechanisms by which drugs act in the body. Specific topics include basic pharmacokinetics, drug receptor interactions, drug tolerance, toxicity and drug interactions. The course integrates biology and chemistry by using examples of drug action on the autonomic and central nervous systems, cardiovascular and endocrine systems as well as the treatment of infections. Concepts from cell biology, anatomy, biochemistry, neurochemistry and physiology are covered.
Pre-requistites: Four credits of biology and eight credits of chemistry including organic chemistry or equivalent, or permission of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 3210 Cellular Physiology
Cellular Physiology
This course is a survey of the organ systems of the human body. The cellular and molecular mechanisms of organ function are discussed. Emphasis is placed on clinical implications.
Notes: See CELL 6210.
Pre-requistites: CELL 1010.
credit hours: 3

CELL 3310 Cellular Neuroscience
Cellular Neuroscience
In-depth coverage of the basic principles of cellular neuroscience, including the biophysical basis of the membrane potential, action potential generation and propagation, and synaptic signaling. Students will be introduced to the synaptic organization of higher neural systems, such as the visual system and somatic sensory system.
Notes: See CELL 6310.
Pre-requistites: CELL 1010.
credit hours: 3

CELL 3315 Cellular Neuroscience Laboratory
Cellular Neuroscience Laboratory
An introduction to in vitro electrophysiology techniques.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3310 or approval of Instructor.
credit hours: 1

CELL 3320 Systems Neuroscience
Systems Neuroscience
The subject of this course is the human nervous system, its anatomy, connectivity and function. Discusses the normal structure of the nervous system and the relationship of that structure to physiological function. The course is taught from a practical, clinical point of view and is intended to prepare students for further study in the neurosciences.
Notes: See CELL 6320.
Pre-requistites: CELL 1010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 3325 Neuroanatomy Laboratory
Neuroanatomy Laboratory
The subject of this course is the anatomy of the human nervous system. Students will learn to identify and map the structure and position of nuclei, pathways, and anatomical divisions of the brain and spinal cord. The course is a practical correlate to Systems Neuroscience, and is intended to prepare students for further study in the neurosciences.
credit hours: 1

CELL 3400 The Biology of Regeneration
The Biology of Regeneration
This course encompasses the mechanisms of natural regeneration that occurs in both invertebrates and vertebrates and little bit about the application to the development of therapies to restore tissues and organs damaged by injury or disease.  This course focuses mainly on the vertebrate regeneration and the primary objective of this course is to introduce students to regeneration mechanism in tissue, cellular and molecular level. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 3560 Fundamentals of Pathophysiology
Fundamentals of Pathophysiology
This course focuses on the molecular pathophysiology of infectious disease, immunopathology of the cardiovascular system and skin disorders.  The impact of a diseased cardiovasclar system will be examined.  Concepts from cell biology, anatomy, biochemistry, and physiology are covered. 
Pre-requistites: CELL 2050 and CHEM 2420. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 3750 Cell Biology
Cell Biology
An examination of the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Emphasis is placed on mechanisms of intracellular and transmembrane transport, cellular control, and intercellular and intracellular signaling. Experimental methods and applications will be discussed. 
Pre-requistites: CELL 3030. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 3755 Cell Biology Laboratory
Cell Biology Laboratory
Laboratory experience in in vitro methodologies. Students will learn to maintain and manipulate mammalian cell cultures.
credit hours: 1

CELL 3890 Service Learning
Service Learning
Students complete a service activity in the community in conjunction with the content of a three-credit corequisite course.
Pre-requistites: Departmental approval.
credit hours: 1

CELL 4010 Cellular Biochemistry
Cellular Biochemistry
Structure and function of biological molecules, energetics, metabolism, synthesis of macromolecules and assembly of structures.
Notes: See CELL 6010.
Pre-requistites: CELL 2050 and CHEM 2420 or H2460.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4110 Cells and Tissues
Cells and Tissues
Descriptive study of mammalian microscopic anatomy in a physiological context. Lectures and laboratory.
Notes: See CELL 6010.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3750, formerly CELL 3010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 4

CELL 4130 Embryology
Embryology
Anatomical study of developmental processes in humans. Lectures and online laboratory.
Notes: See CELL 6130.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4160 Developmental Biology
Developmental Biology
The origin and development of form and patterns in organisms. Recent investigations and research methodology on the processes of growth and differentiation are stressed.
Notes: See CELL 6160.
Pre-requistites: CELL 2050 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4200 General Endocrinology
General Endocrinology
This course explains the basics of hormone action and hormone interations with their receptors, with an emphasis on the molecular mechanisms by which homeostasis is maintained in multicellular organisms. Physiological outcomes of hormone actions on different organs, as well as aberrant hormone action will be covered.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3750 or CELL 3030 or by instructor approval.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4220 Microbiology
Microbiology
Taxonomy, physiology, genetics and ecology of microorganisms. This course will cover the role of microbes in medicine and industry, and as model systems for research.
Notes: See CELL 6220.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4225 Microbiology Laboratory
Microbiology Laboratory
Laboratory studies of microbial taxonomy, physiology, biochemistry, and genetics.
credit hours: 1

CELL 4250 Principles in Immunology (Capstone)
Principles in Immunology (Capstone)
An introduction to the biology of the human immune system with review of relevant literature.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4260 Principles of Biomedical Writing (Capstone)
Principles of Biomedical Writing (Capstone)
An examination of various types of scientific literature, scientific writing and presentation. Exploration of scientific databases such as PubMed. Emphasis on critical reading of scientific literature and writing in a scientific style. Also satisfies writing intensive requirement.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010, or CELL 3110, or CELL 4010.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4340 Neurobiology of Disease
Neurobiology of Disease
This is an advanced course which reviews the physiology of the nervous system and the various pathologies that attack the system.  The course focuses on the cellular mechanisms of the pathology, what treatments are available, and what the current research literature has to say about the diseases.  Emphasis is placed on readings from original clinical and research papers.  Pathologies discussed  range from motor control and neuromuscular diseases to high cognitive function, autism,  and dementia.
Notes: See CELL 6340.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3310.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4350 Developmental Neurobiology
Developmental Neurobiology
A broad overview of the different stages of neural development. Examination of the molecular aspects of developmental neurobiology, with reference to some important signaling pathways involved in neural growth and specification. Particular attention will be given to those active research fields, such as growth cone guidance and collapse, activity-dependent development, and applications of these to injury and disease.
Notes: See CELL 6350.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3110 or CELL 3310 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4370 Molecular Neurobiology
Molecular Neurobiology
Introduction to the molecular biology of neurons and neuronal functions. Topics of study will include: the molecular composition of nerve cells, and how this provides a basis for their functional properties; their synaptic connectivity; how they receive, transmit, and retain information at a molecular level. Studies will focus on current research in the field of molecular neurobiology.
Notes: See CELL 6370.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3110 or CELL 3320, or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4440 Advanced Molecular Biology
Advanced Molecular Biology
Current topics in molecular biology with emphasis on higher-order chromatin structure and transcription, mutability, and DNA repair mechanisms in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Other topics include: nuclear hormone receptors, HOX gene activation in development, RNAi, and genome organization.
Notes: See CELL 6440.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3110 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4500 Advanced Molecular Neurobiology
Advanced Molecular Neurobiology
This course provides detailed description and in-depth discussion of current techniques and experimental topics in the field of molecular neurobiology. 
Pre-requistites: CELL/NSCI 4370 or CELL 4440 or CELL/NSCI 4350. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 4560 Internship Studies
Internship Studies
An experiential learning process coupled with pertinent academic course work. Open only to juniors and seniors in good standing. Registration is completed in the academic department sponsoring the internship.
Notes: A maximum of three credits may be earned in one or two courses.
Pre-requistites: Approval of instructor and department.
credit hours: 1-3

CELL 4570 Internship Studies
Internship Studies
An experiential learning process coupled with pertinent academic course work. Open only to juniors and seniors in good standing. Registration is completed in the academic department sponsoring the internship.
Notes: A maximum of three credits may be earned in one or two courses.
Pre-requistites: Approval of instructor and department.
credit hours: 1-3

CELL 4660 Special Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology
Special Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology
Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty primarily for undergraduates. For description, consult department.
Notes: See CELL 6660.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4710 The Molecular Biology of Cancer
The Molecular Biology of Cancer
The complex multistep process which transforms a normal cell into a cancer cell, carcinogenesis, will be examined with emphasis on current molecular insights.
Notes: See CELL 6710.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4780 Developmental Genetics
Developmental Genetics
This course examines the genetic pathways regulating development and the underlying molecular mechanisms by which these pathways are regulated. The goal of the course is to expose students to topics and techniques shaping the field of development biology.
Notes: See CELL 6780.
Pre-requistites: CELL 4160, or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 4880 Writing Practicum
Writing Practicum
Notes: Fulfills the college intensive-writing requirement.
Pre-requistites: Successful completion of the First-Year Writing Requirement.
Co-requisites: Three-credit departmental course.
credit hours: 1

CELL 4890 Service Learning
Service Learning
Students complete a service activity in the community in conjunction with the content of a three-credit corequisite course.
Pre-requistites: Departmental approval.
credit hours: 1

CELL 4910 Independent Studies
Independent Studies
Laboratory or library research under direction of a faculty member.
credit hours: 1-3

CELL 4920 Independent Studies
Independent Studies
Laboratory or library research under direction of a faculty member.
credit hours: 1-3

CELL 5110 Capstone
Capstone
Notes: Fulfills the capstone requirement for majors.
credit hours: 0

CELL 6000 Biomedical Ethics
Biomedical Ethics
An interdisciplinary course that examines the moral principles that apply to biology and medicine. Ethical principles will be analyzed in relation to such topical issues as informed consent, abortion, death and dying, allocation of scarce resources, personhood, AIDS, risk, human experimentation, and public policy. Case studies and class discussion will complement lectures and video presentations.
Pre-requistites: CELL 1010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6010 Cellular Biochemistry
Cellular Biochemistry
Structure and function of biological molecules, energetics, metabolism, synthesis of macromolecules and assembly of structures. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 2050 and CHEM 2420 or H2460.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6030 Molecular Biology
Molecular Biology
Introduction to theory and applications of molecular biology. 
Pre-requistites: CELL 2050. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 6035 Molecular Biology Lab
Molecular Biology Lab
Laboratory experience in molecular biology techniques. 
credit hours: 1

CELL 6050 Foundations of Pharmacology
Foundations of Pharmacology
This course explains cellular mechanisms by which drugs act in the body. Specific topics include basic pharmacokinetics, drug receptor interactions, drug tolerance, toxicity and drug interactions. The course integrates biology and chemistry by using examples of drug action on the autonomic and central nervous systems, cardiovascular and endocrine systems as well as the treatment of infections. Concepts from cell biology, anatomy, biochemistry, neurochemistry and physiology are covered.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6070 Neurobiology of Aging
Neurobiology of Aging
This course will survey the current literature in clinical and research journals regarding the Neurobiology of the aging process.  Emphasis is placed on the state of research in aging, looking at experimental design issues as well as published results.  Connections will be drawn between the rsearch literature and current clinical practice, as well as what the research literature says regarding aging and lifestyle. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 6080 Advanced Developmental and Cell Biology II
Advanced Developmental and Cell Biology II
Lectures, readings, and discussion of the literature in the fields of cellular, developmental, and molecular biology.
Pre-requistites: Approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6110 Cells and Tissues
Cells and Tissues
Descriptive study of mammalian microscopic anatomy in a physiological context. Lectures and laboratory. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 4

CELL 6130 Embryology
Embryology
Anatomical study of developmental processes in humans. Lecture. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6150 Methods in Neuroscience
Methods in Neuroscience
A lecture course exposing students to contemporary theories and techniques used in cellular and behavioral neuroscience by Tulane neuroscientists in their own research programs.  The course is taught by faculty members representing several departments from both the uptown and downtown campus and the Health Sciences Center. 
Pre-requistites: PSYC/NSCI 3300. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 6155 Methods in Neuroscience Laboratory
Methods in Neuroscience Laboratory
A laboratory course allowing students to follow a neuroscience and cellular biology experiment from hypothesis-design development to neurochemical analyses.  The course provides direct exposure to drug administration, behavioral assessment, tissue preparation, and cell culture. 
Notes: Satisfies psychology and neuroscience laboratory requirement. Fulfills college laboratory requirement.
Pre-requistites: PSYC/NSCI 3300. 
Co-requisites: CELL/NSCI 6150. 
credit hours: 1

CELL 6160 Developmental Biology
Developmental Biology
The origin and development of form and patterns in organisms. Recent investigations and research methodology on the processes of growth and differentiation are stressed. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 2050 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6200 General Endocrinology
General Endocrinology
This course explains the basics of hormone action and hormone interations with their receptors, with an emphasis on the molecular mechanisms by which homeostasis is maintained in multicellular organisms. Physiological outcomes of hormone actions on different organs, as well as aberrant hormone action will be covered.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3750 or CELL 3030 or by instructor approval.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6210 Cellular Physiology
Cellular Physiology
This course is a survey of the organ systems of the human body. The cellular and molecular mechanisms of organ function are discussed. Emphasis is placed on clinical implications. 
Pre-requistites: CELL 1010.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6220 Microbiology
Microbiology
Taxonomy, physiology, genetics and ecology of microorganisms. This course will cover the role of microbes in medicine and industry, and as model systems for research. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6225 Microbiology Laboratory
Microbiology Laboratory
Laboratory studies of microbial taxonomy, physiology, biochemistry, and genetics.
Pre-requistites: CELL 4220.
credit hours: 1

CELL 6310 Cellular Neuroscience
Cellular Neuroscience
An introduction to in vitro electrophysiology techniques. In addition, a term paper is required.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6320 Systems Neuroscience
Systems Neuroscience
The subject of this course is the human nervous system, its anatomy, connectivity and function. Discusses the normal structure of the nervous system and the relationship of that structure to physiological function. The course is taught from a practical, clinical point of view and is intended to prepare students for further study in the neurosciences. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 1010 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6325 Neuroanatomy Laboratory
Neuroanatomy Laboratory
The subject of this course is the anatomy of the human nervous system. Students will learn to identify and map the structure and position of nuclei, pathways, and anatomical divisions of the brain and spinal cord. The course is a practical correlate to Systems Neuroscience, and is intended to prepare students for further study in the neurosciences.
credit hours: 1

CELL 6340 Neurobiology of Disease
Neurobiology of Disease
Advanced course on the higher neural functions of the nervous system and neurological diseases resulting from disruption of these functions. An emphasis is placed on the physiology of the nervous system and neural dysfunction caused by inherited and acquired diseases. Topics range from motor control and neuromuscular diseases to high cognitive function and dementia. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3310.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6350 Developmental Neurobiology
Developmental Neurobiology
A broad overview of the different stages of neural development. Examination of the molecular aspects of developmental neurobiology, with reference to some important signaling pathways involved in neural growth and specification. Particular attention will be given to those active research fields, such as growth cone guidance and collapse, activity-dependent development, and applications of these to injury and disease. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3310 or CELL 4160 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6360 Topics in Neurophysiology
Topics in Neurophysiology
Journal club course intended as a supplement to Cellular Neuroscience in order to receive graduate credit for Cellular Neuroscience. Meets once a week for one hour. Students prepare and give oral presentations of topical papers from literature. Grade received contributes to final grade in Cellular Neuroscience.
Notes: Intended for Graduate students only in CELL/NSCI 6310 Cellular Neuroscience.
Co-requisites: CELL/NSCI 6310.
credit hours: 0

CELL 6370 Molecular Neurobiology
Molecular Neurobiology
Introduction to the molecular biology of neurons and neuronal functions. Topics of study will include: the molecular composition of nerve cells, and how this provides a basis for their functional properties; their synaptic connectivity; how they receive, transmit, and retain information at a molecular level. Studies will focus on current research in the field of molecular neurobiology. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3110 or CELL 3320, or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6400 The Biology of Regeneration
The Biology of Regeneration
This course encompasses the mechanisms of natural regeneration that occurs in both invertebrates an vertebrates and a little bit about the application to the development of therapies to restore tissues and organs damaged by injury or disease.  This course focuses mainly on the vertebrate regeneration and the primary objective of this course is to introduce students to regeneration mechanism in tissue, cellular and molecular level. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 6440 Advanced Molecular Biology
Advanced Molecular Biology
Current topics in molecular biology with emphasis on higher-order chromatin structure and transcription, mutability, and DNA repair mechanisms in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Other topics include: nuclear hormone receptors, HOX gene activation in development, RNAi, and genome organization. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3110 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6490 Human Anatomy
Human Anatomy
An exploration of the back, upper and lower extremities with an emphasis on bones, muscles, arteries, nerves, and veins in these regions of the human body.
Notes: Open only to CELL graduate students.
credit hours: 4

CELL 6500 Advanced Molecular Neurobiology
Advanced Molecular Neurobiology
This course provides detailed description and in-depth discussion of current techniques and experimental topics in the field of molecular neuroiology. 
Pre-requistites: CELL/NSCI 4370 or CELL 4440 or CELL/NSCI 4350.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6550 Synaptic Organization of the Brain
Synaptic Organization of the Brain
To discuss and understand functional connections within and between areas of the brain to lead to a greater understanding of brain function and behavior.
Pre-requistites: CELL/NSCI 3310 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6560 Fundamentals of Pathophysiology
Fundamentals of Pathophysiology
This course focuses on the molecular pathophysiology of infectious disease, immunopathology of the cardiovascular system and skin disorders.  The impact of a diseased cardiovascular system will be examined.  Concepts from cell biology, anatomy, biochemistry, and physiology are covered. 
Pre-requistites: CELL 2050 and CHEM 2420. 
credit hours: 3

CELL 6630 Cellular Neurophysiology
Cellular Neurophysiology
Survey of current topics and techniques in the physiology of neurons and neuronal circuits, concentrating primarily on electrophysiological studies.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3310 or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6660 Special Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology
Special Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology
Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. For description, consult department.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6710 Molecular Biology of Cancer
Molecular Biology of Cancer
The complex multistep process which transforms a normal cell into a cancer cell, carcinogenesis, will be examined with emphasis on current molecular insights. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 3010.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6750 Cell Biology
Cell Biology
An examination of the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Emphasis is placed on mechanisms of intracellular and transmembrane transport, cellular control, and intercellular and intracellular signaling. Experimental methods and applications will be discussed.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6755 Cell Biology Laboratory
Cell Biology Laboratory
Laboratory experience in in vitro methodologies. Students will learn to maintain and manipulate mammalian cell cultures. 
credit hours: 1

CELL 6780 Developmental Genetics
Developmental Genetics
This course examines the genetic pathways regulating development and the underlying molecular mechanisms by which these pathways are regulated. The goal of the course is to expose students to topics and techniques shaping the field of development biology. In addition, a term paper is required.
Pre-requistites: CELL 4160, or approval of instructor.
credit hours: 3

CELL 6840 Current Topics in Developmental Biology
Current Topics in Developmental Biology
Reports and discussions of current literature on developmental processes.
Pre-requistites: Approval of instructor.
credit hours: 2

CELL 7110 Ph.D. Research Rotations
Ph.D. Research Rotations
credit hours: 3

CELL 7120 Ph.D. Research Rotations
Ph.D. Research Rotations
credit hours: 1

CELL 7130 Ph.D. Research
Ph.D. Research
credit hours: 2

CELL 7860 Seminars in Cell and Molecular Biology
Seminars in Cell and Molecular Biology
credit hours: 1

CELL 7870 Seminars in Cell and Molecular Biology
Seminars in Cell and Molecular Biology
credit hours: 1

CELL 7990 Master's Research
Master's Research
credit hours: 3

CELL 8000 Research
Research
credit hours: 3

CELL 9990 Dissertation Research
Dissertation Research
credit hours: 3

CELL H4990 Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For juniors and seniors with approval of department and the Honors Committee. Students who complete H4990 and H5000 with the preparation of a senior thesis may be recommended to the college for the award of degree with departmental honors.
credit hours: 3

CELL H5000 Honors Thesis
Honors Thesis
For juniors and seniors with approval of department and the Honors Committee. Students who complete H4990 and H5000 with the preparation of a senior thesis may be recommended to the college for the award of degree with departmental honors.
credit hours: 3