CLS Foundation Courses

These include courses in areas of life science for which computation is a major tool and courses in computation and methodology that have "major" applicability to life sciences.

Agronomy

  • AGRY 530: Advanced Plant Genetics
  • AGRY 600: Genomics

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Animal Sciences

  • ANSC 511/ AGRY 511/ FNR 511: Population Genetics
  • ANSC 612: Advanced Population Genetics

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Biochemistry

  • BCHM 561: General Biochemistry I/ BCHM 562: General Biochemistry II
  • BCHM 60501: Macromolecules
  • BCHM 610: Regulation of Eukaryotic Gene Expression 

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Biology

  • BIOL 517: Molecular Biology: Proteins
  • BIOL 541: Molecular Genetics of Bacteria
  • BIOL 542: Exploration of Protein Structure
  • BIOL 550: Plant Molecular Biology
  • BIOL 56310: Protein Bioinformatics
  • BIOL 573: Molecular Biology of Animal Cells
  • BIOL 580: Evolution
  • BIOL 595: CryoEM 3D Reconstruction
  • BIOL 595: Introduction to Bioinformatics
  • BIOL 595: Practical Biocomputing
  • BIOL 611: Crystallography of Macromolecules
  • BIOL 647: Structure-Function of Membrane Proteins
  • BIOL 696: Computational & Systems Biology

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Biomedical Engineering

  • BME 541: Biomedical Fluid Mechanics
  • BME 595: Engineering The Experiment
  • BME 595/ ME 577: Kinematics and Dynamics of Human Motion
  • BME 695: Advanced Controls for Biomedical and Healthcare Applications

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Chemical Engineering

  • CHE 525: Biochemical Engineering
  • CHE 633: Probabilistic Methods in Chemical Engineering

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Chemistry

  • CHM 533: Introductory Biochemistry
  • CHM 560: Organic Spectroscopic Analysis
  • CHM 579: Computational Chemistry
  • CHM 673: Computational Quantum Chemistry

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Computer Sciences

  • CS 501: Computing for Science and Engineering
  • CS 514/ MA 514: Numerical Analysis
  • CS 515: Numerical Linear Algebra
  • CS 525: Parallel Computing
  • CS 530: Introduction to Scientific Visualization
  • CS 541: Database Systems
  • CS 573: Data Mining
  • CS 578: Statistical Machine Learning
  • CS 579: Bioinformatics Algorithms
  • CS 580: Algorithm Design, Analysis and Implementation
  • CS 615/ MA 615: Numerical Methods For Partial Differential Equations I

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Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • ECE 528/ BME 528: Measurement And Stimulation Of The Nervous System
  • ECE 580: Optimization Methods for Systems and Control
    (equivalent to CS 520/ IE 538/ MA 521)
  • ECE 662: Pattern Recognition and Decision-Making Processes

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Industrial Engineering

  • IE 538: Nonlinear Optimization Algorithms And Models
    (equivalent to CS 520/ ECE 580 / MA 521)

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Mathematics

  • MA 523: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
  • MA 527: Advanced Mathematics For Engineers And Physicists I
  • MA 532/ STAT 532: Elements of Stochastic Processes

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Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology

  • MCMP 570: Basic Principles of Chemical Action on Biological Systems
  • MCMP 690: Computer-Aided Drug Design

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Physics and Astronomy

  • PHYS 570A: Computational Biomolecular Physics
  • PHYS 580: Computational Physics

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Statistics

  • STAT 512: Applied Regression Analysis
  • STAT 514: Design of Experiments
  • STAT 516: Basic Probability and Applications
  • STAT 517: Statistical Inference or STAT 525: Intermediate Statistical Methodology/ STAT 526: Advanced Statistical Methodology
  • STAT 549: An Introduction To QTL Mapping In Experimental Populations
  • STAT 598C: Statistical Methods for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
  • STAT 598G: Introduction to Computational Statistics

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