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ENDOCRINOLOGY-REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY Criteria for Satisfactory Progress
To make progress toward a graduate degree, students must meet the Graduate School requirements in addition to the requirements of the department or program. See Graduate School degree requirements.
M.S. PH.D.
Overall GPA
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Overall GPA
Follow Graduate School policy
Other Grade Requirements
Yes
Student must maintain a cumulative B average each semester.
Core course requirements are:
4 credits of statistics: Stats 571 Statistical Methods for Bioscience 1 (4 cr) or advanced statistics
3 credits of endocrinology: Animal Sci 875 Endocrine Physiology (3 cr) or Biochem 630
3 credits of biochemistry: BMolChem 503 (3 cr) or Biochem 501 (3 cr), Biochem 507 (3 cr) and 508 (3 cr) also possible
ERP program seminar (1 cr): Animal Sci/ObGyn/Zoology 954
1-2 credits in responsible conduct of research: Surg Sci 812 (2 cr) or Nursing 803 (1 cr)
Other Grade Requirements
Yes
Student must maintain a cumulative B average each semester.
Core course requirements are:
3-4 credits of statistics: Stats 571 (4 cr) or Stats 541 (3 cr)
3 credits in endocrinology: Animal Sci 875 (3 cr)
9 credits in biochemistry: Biochem 507 (3 cr) and Biochem 508 (3 cr) and 3 more credits or more in biochemistry/cell signaling: Biochem 630 (3 cr) or Neurosci 610 (4 cr)
Professional development: Surg Sci 812 (2 cr) or Nursing 803 (1 cr)
ERP program seminar (1 cr): Animal Sci/Ob/Gyn/Zoology 954
Probation Policy
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Probation Policy
Follow Graduate School policy
Specific Courses
Yes
A minimum of 16 credits is required (12 credits of which must be didactic course work). Additional courses may be required by the advisory committee.
Specific Courses
Yes
Students must take at least one course from each of the following areas: advanced biochemistry or advanced cell biology; advanced endocrinology or advanced reproduction; and statistics.Additional courses may be required by the advisory committee.
Specific Credits
Yes
A minimum of 16 credits is required to earn the degree.
Specific Credits
Yes
A minimum of 32 credits is required; this minimum may include credits from the M.S. degree.
Examinations / Time Constraints
Yes / No
Completion and oral defense of thesis is required.
Examinations / Time Constraints
Yes / No
Preliminary exam based on student's research project. Part one is a written proposal in grant format. Part two is an oral review of the written proposal. Successful oral defense of dissertation is required.
Other Assessments / Time Constraints
Yes / Yes
A thesis on original research is required; a seminar on the research must be presented to the entire program faculty and students. Annual presentation at seminar is required. Contact program office for details
Other Assessments / Time Constraints
Yes / Yes
Completion of a research project, participation in seminars with presentation of research, and subsequent dissertation submission is required. Presentation of a seminar of completed research and dissertation to the entire program faculty and student body is required. Contact program office for details.
Language Requirements
No
Language Requirements
No
Minor Requirements
No
Advisor
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Advisor
Follow Graduate School policy
Review Policy
Yes
Advisory and certification committee
Annually
Review Policy
Yes
Advisory and certification committee
Annually