Master of Laboratory Animal Science

Program Overview Core Courses

Students typically complete their core courses in 2-3 quarters, and spend their final 2 - 3 quarters working on their thesis project.

Core Courses

Autumn

•        COMPMED 200 – One Health Journal Club

•        COMPMED 202 - Research Biomethodology for Laboratory Animal Science

•        COMPMED 211 - Biostatistics for the Life Sciences

•        COMPMED 290 - Laboratory Animal Science Professional Development and Career Exploration
 

Winter

•        COMPMED 200 - One Health Journal Club

•        COMPMED 209 - Laboratory Animal Medicine Seminar

•        COMPMED 210A - Lab Animal I: Anatomy and Histology

•        COMPMED 290 - Laboratory Animal Science Professional Development and Career Exploration
 

Spring

•        COMPMED 85N -   Animal Use in Biomedical Research
         (Please sign up under COMPMED 299 with Megan Albertelli) 

•        COMPMED 210B - Lab Animal II:  Introduction to Pathology

•        COMPMED 290 - Laboratory Animal Science Professional Development and Career Exploration 

Updated October 2019