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USC Catalogue 2017-2018

Cell and Neurobiology (MS)


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The Master of Science (MS) degree is awarded for demonstrated competence in the anatomical sciences. This is a 12-month program that begins with intensive training in human gross anatomy in the summer term. Students must complete a minimum of 32 units of graduate-level courses (500 or higher) beyond the baccalaureate degree, and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0.

Students complete 16 units from courses in Human Gross Anatomy (CNB 501a , CNB 501b ), Microscopic Anatomy (CNB 511a , CNB 511b ) and Neuroanatomy (CNB 521 ), equivalent to medical school instruction. They receive 7 units of additional specialized training in Human Skeletal Anatomy (CNB 504 ) and participate in the Cell and Neurobiology Seminar (CNB 550 ). Students must take 9 additional units from the following list of courses: Advanced Regional Anatomy (CNB 502  / CNB 503 ), Systems Physiology and Disease I and II (CNB 572  /CNB 573 ), Directed Research (CNB 590 ), Special Topics (CNB 599 ). Relevant courses in other departments and schools can also be selected, but all course work must be approved by the chair of the graduate program.

 

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