- General Biochemistry (required for MS students): An introduction to the structure, chemistry and physiology of biomolecules. Special emphasis is placed on catabolism and fidelity of information transfer.
- General Biochemistry (required for PhD students): The structure, function, and metabolism of the important classes of biochemicals are discussed. This includes a discussion of the biochemistry of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids, vitamins, hormones and coenzymes.
- Orientation to Research
- Seminar in Biochemistry
- Biochemistry Laboratory
- Practical Biochemistry
- Clinical Biochemistry
- Physical Techniques in Biochemistry (offered as needed)
- Neurochemistry (offered as needed)
- Protein Structure and Function
- Biological Membranes (offered as needed)
- Biochemistry of Cancer (offered as needed)
- Molecular Biology
- Metabolic Regulation
- Research for PhD Candidates
- Integrated Curriculum for medical Students
- General Biochemistry for Dental Students
- Integrated Curriculum for Allied Health and Pharmacy Students
*Several of the Advanced Biochemistry Courses may be taken as Electives by Medical Students.