Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences

Intersession Courses

Intersession courses are concentrated classes specializing in giving in-depth analysis of a focused area of expertise in a short amount of time. The advantage of enrolling in these courses is getting the opportunity to learn a great deal and earn one or two credits promptly.

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VMED 5182-Molecular Biology for the Public Health Professional

VMED 5182-Molecular Biology for the Public Health Professional

 
Offered: May Intersession
Units: 2 credits
Course Components: Discussion, 3rd week in May, 9am-4pm, M-F
Instructors: Drs. Timothy Johnson and Randall Singer
Description: This course focuses on introducing students to molecular biology lab tools that are used to investigate infectious diseases in public health settings.  The course combines laboratory sessions during which students will learn and run molecular assays with computer lab sessions during which students will analyze molecular data.

CMB 5912-Creativity in Science Careers

CMB 5912-Creativity in Science Careers

 
Offered: January Intersession
Instructor: Dr. Alice A. Larson
Course Components: Lecture/Discussion, 2nd week in January, 8am-12pm M-Th
Course Attributes: Creative Thinking and Problem Solving in Research
Description: This intersession course will introduce you to methods and tools for harnessing your creativity for problem solving and innovation in your research, and is open to all ages and academic disciplines.