Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences

College of Pharmacy
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BPS Suggested Electives

Suggested General Electives from within the BPS Department and from other departments. Almost any class is accepted as an elective; however, the courses taken should be in support of your research projects and approved by your research advisor. The list below is merely some courses that have recently been taken by BPS students.

  • BPS 510. Principles of Interfacial Phenomena. 3 hours.
  • BPS 515. Dissolution and Bioavailability of Dosage Forms. 2 hours.
  • BPS 518. Controlled Drug Delivery. 3 hours.
  • BPS 519. Percutaneous Drug Delivery. 2 hours.
  • BPS 520. Lipid-Based Drug Delivery Systems. 2hours.
  • BPS 522. Principles of Polymer Science and Engineering. 3 hours.
  • BPS 540. Topics in Adverse Drug Reactions. 2 hours.
  • BPS 542. Pharmacodynamics of Substance Abuse. 2 hours.
  • BPS 555. Pharmacogenomics and Toxicology. 3 hours.
  • BCMG 502. Somatic Cell and Human Genetics. 4 hours.
  • BCMG 514. Structure and Function of Nucleic Acids. 4 hours.
  • BCMG 561. Biochemistry of Cellular Regulation. 3 hours.
  • BCMG 563. Principles of Molecular Medicine. 3 hours.
  • BIOE 430. Bioinstrumentation and Measurements I. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 431. Bioinstrumentation and Measurement Laboratory. 1 hours.
  • BIOE 432. Bioinstrumentation and Measurements II. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 433. Bioinstrumentation and Measurements II Laboratory. 1 hours.
  • BIOE 440. Biological Signal Analysis. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 450. Molecular Biophysics of the Cell. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 455. Introduction to Cell and Tissue Engineering. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 456. Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory. 2 hours.
  • BIOE 460. Materials in Bioengineering.4 hours.
  • BIOE 480. Introduction to Bioinformatics. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 481. Bioinformatics Laboratory. 1 hours.
  • BIOE 482. Introduction to Optimization Methods in Bioinformatics. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 500. Interfacial Biosystems Engineering. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 514. Biotransport. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 525. Physiological and Cellular Effects of Biomechanical Forces. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 548. Micro and Nanotechnology for Biomedical Applications. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 550. Principles of Cell and Tissue Engineering. 4 hours.
  • BIOE 580. Principles of Bioinformatics. 4 hours.
  • BIOS 424. Mammalian Histology. 4 hours.
  • BIOS 429. Laboratory in Electron Microscopy. 3 hours.
  • BIOS 442. Nerve and Muscle Physiology. 4 hours.
  • BIOS 443. Animal Physiological Systems. 4 hours.
  • BIOS 489. Cellular Neurobiology Laboratory. 3 hours.
  • BIOS 524. Molecular Biology I. 5 hours.
  • BIOS 525. Molecular Biology II. 5 hours.
  • BIOS 526. Molecular and Genetic Analysis of Development. 3 hours.
  • BIOS 527. Cellular and Systems Neurobiology. 3 hours.
  • BIOS 582. Methods in Modern Neuroscience. 2 hours.
  • BIOS 586. Cell and Molecular Neurobiology. 3 hours.
  • BSTT 401. Biostatistics II. 4 hours.
  • BSTT 402. Logistic Regression and Survival Analysis. 2 hours.
  • BSTT 410. Introduction to Statistical Computing. 1 hours.
  • BSTT 430. Design of Clinical Trials. 3 hours.
  • BSTT 502. Biostatistics Methods I. 4 hours.
  • BSTT 503. Biostatistics Laboratory. 2 hours.
  • BSTT 504. Biostatistics Methods II. 4 hours.
  • BSTT 511. Categorical Data Analysis. 3 hours.
  • BSTT 512. Survival Analysis. 3 hours.
  • BSTT 513. Longitudinal Data Analysis. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 414. Inorganic Chemistry I. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 415. Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory. 2 hours.
  • CHEM 416. Inorganic Chemistry II. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 421. Instrumental Analysis. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 432. Intermediate Organic Chemistry. 3 hours.
  • CHEM 522. Techniques in Mass Spectrometry and Surface Analysis. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 524. Optical Spectroscopies in Analytical Chemistry. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 526. NMR Spectroscopy in Analytical Chemistry. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 528. Chemical Separations. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 531. Spectroscopic Organic Structure Determination. 3 hours.
  • CHEM 532. Advanced Organic Chemistry I. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 533. Advanced Organic Chemistry II. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 535. Advanced Synthetic Chemistry. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 536. Physical Organic Chemistry. 4 hours.
  • CHEM 554. Bioinorganic Chemistry. 4 hours.
  • GCLS 501. Biochemistry. 3 hours.
  • GCLS 502. Molecular Biology. 3 hours.
  • GCLS 503. Cell Biology and Integrative Physiology. 4 hours.
  • GCLS 504. Research Methods I. 1 hours/module.
  • GCLS 505. Research Methods II. 1 hours/module.
  • GCLS 510. Integrative Biology. 3 hours.
  • GCLS 511. Molecular Genetics. 3 hours.
  • GCLS 515. Receptor Pharmacology and Cell Signaling. 3 hours.
  • MDCH 412. Pharmaceutical Applications of Genomics and Bioinformatics. 2 hours.
  • MDCH 560. Organic Medicinal Chemistry I. 3 hours.
  • MDCH 561. Principles of Medicinal Chemistry. 3 hours.
  • MDCH 562. Spectroscopy in Medicinal Chemistry. 3 hours.
  • MDCH 564. Physical Medicinal Chemistry. 3 hours.
  • MDCH 571. Organic Medicinal Chemistry II. 3 hours.
  • MDCH 572. Drug Design. 2 hours.
  • MIM 513. Structure of Biopolymers. 3 hours.
  • MIM 551. Immunology. 5 hours.
  • MIM 553. Molecular Biology of Cells and Viruses. 3 hours.
  • MIM 585. Cell Biology. 4 hours.
  • NUMS 545. Biometrics and Applied Statistics. 4 hours.
  • NUMS 546. Multivariate Analysis for Health Sciences. 3 hours.
  • PCOL 425. Medical Pharmacology. 6 hours.
  • PHYB 501. Endocrinology. 3 hours.
  • PHYB 502. Physiology of Reproduction. 2 hours.
  • PHYB 505. Receptors and Signal Processing. 3 hours.
  • PHYB 512. Gastrointestinal Physiology. 2 hours.
  • PHYB 516. Physiology and Biochemistry of Muscle Contraction. 2 hours.
  • PHYB 518. Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Cardiovascular Physiology. 3 hours.
  • PHYB 531. Molecular Biophysics. 2 hours.
  • PHYB 532. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. 2 hours.
  • PHYB 533. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Biophysics. 2 hours.
  • PHYB 540. Ion Channels: Structure, Function, Pharmacology and Pathology. 2 hours.
  • PHYB 551. Human Physiology I. 5 hours.
  • PHYB 552. Human Physiology II. 5 hours.
  • PHYB 586. Cell Physiology. 3 hours.