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Graduate Courses

Core Curriculum

Students must complete a minimum of 5 core courses during their first six academic quarters.
Two of those courses are required graduate level courses that all students
must take: Quantitative Methods (E207) and Writing Grant Proposals (E204).

In addition students must take one course each in the areas of Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution.
Although all three courses can be taken at the graduate level, one of the three courses may be taken as an upper division undergraduate course in a field in which students have not taken any previous undergraduate courses.

If a student wishes to request an exception (an exemption or substitution), s/he must submit a written request to the Graduate Advisor. Once approval has been given, the student must submit a General Petition found at http://www.grad.uci.edu/forms/index.html to Graduate Division.

2016-2017 Offerings of Approved Core Curriculum Courses

Physiology, Undergraduate courses
E109 (Human Physiology): Fall 2016, Winter 2017 and Spring 2017
E127 (Physiological Plant Ecology): Fall 2016
E138 (Comparative Animal Physiology): Winter 2017
E139 (Animal Sensing & Motion): Spring 2017
E145 (Animal Coloration and Vision): Winter 2017
E170 (Mechanical Physiology): not offered in 2016-17
E183 (Exercise Physiology): Winter 2017
E188 (Insect Physiology): not offered in 2016-2017

Physiology, Graduate courses
E208 (Organismal Biology): Fall 2016
(Note: offered every other year)
E227 (Physiological Plant Ecology):not offered in 2016-2017
(Note: offered every other year)
Physio 206 (Intro Medical Physiology): odd schedule;intensive and take most
of the year to complete; see Tim Bradley or Jim Hicks if interested
Anatomy 201 (Human Gross Anatomy): odd schedule; intensive and take most
of the year to complete; see Tim Bradley or Jim Hicks if interested

Ecology, Undergraduate courses
E118 (Ecosystems Ecology): not offered in 2016-2017
E151 (Pop Dynamics in Ecology, Epidemiology, and Medicine): Spring 2017
E166L (Ecology Lab): Fall 2016
E186 (Population and Community Ecology): Fall 2016

Ecology, Graduate courses
E205 (Special Topics in Ecology): Spring 2017
E251 (Pop Dynamics in Ecology, Epidemiology, and Medicine; concurrent with E151): Spring 2017

Evolution, undergraduate courses
E135 (Molecular Evolution): not offered in 2016-17
E137 (Genetics of Complex Traits): Spring 2017
E153 (Functional and Structural Evolutionary Genomics): Spring 2017
E154 (Genetics & Human History): Winter 2017
E168 (Advanced Evolutionary Biology): Spring 2017

Evolution, Graduate course
E206 (Special Topics in Evolution): Winter 2017

Departmental seminar series
Most quarters there is a Departmental Seminar Series (Eco Evo 201), where seminars are presented by research scientists from UCI as well as other universities.
All graduate students are strongly encouraged to attend these seminars.

Advanced graduate courses
The department offers advanced graduate seminar courses (eg: 210, 221, 223, 235, 285)
in evolution, ecology, statistics and comparative physiology.

University teaching
If a student serves as a teaching assistant for a class, they must enroll
in Eco Evo 399 (University Teaching) for 4 units, in each quarter that they TA.

Resources

General catalog

Schedule of Classes