Sample Schedule (45 units);
6 Quarters*

Fall

                      Courses              

CompMed 200
One Health Journal Club
Units:   1

CompMed 202
Research Biomethodology for
Laboratory Animal Science
Units:  2     

CompMed 211
Biostatistics for the Life Sciences
Units:  2

CompMed 260
Masters Laboratory Animal Science
Practicum/Laboratory Research
Units:  4   

CompMed 290
Laboratory Animal Science Professional
Development and Career Exploration   
Units:  1

Winter

                              Courses                      

CompMed 200
One Health Journal Club
Units:  1       

CompMed 209 **
Laboratory Animal Medicine Seminar  
Units:  1

CompMed 210A
Lab Animal I: Anatomy and Histology
Units:  3

CompMed 260
Masters Laboratory Animal Science 
Practicum/Laboratory Research
Units:  4

CompMed 290
Laboratory Animal Science Professional
Development and Career Exploration
Units:  1


Spring

                      Courses                 

CompMed 209 **
Laboratory Animal Medicine Seminar
Units:  1

CompMed 210B
Lab Animal II: Introduction to Pathology
Units:   2

CompMed 260
Masters Laboratory Animal Science 
Practicum/Laboratory Research
Units:  3

CompMed 290
Laboratory Animal Science Professional   
Development and Career Exploration
Units:  1

CompMed 299
Shadow Course for Animal Use 
in Biomedical Research
Units:  3     

 

Summer

Courses

CompMed 260
Masters Laboratory Animal Science Practicum/Laboratory Research
Units:  5

 


Fall

Course

CompMed 260
Masters Laboratory Animal Science Practicum/Laboratory Research
Units:  10

 

Winter

Courses

CompMed 801 ***
Terminal Graduate Registration
Units:  0

* On average, MLAS students complete the program in 6 quarters. It can be completed in less than 6 quarters if students register for more than 10 units per quarter. However, there is an increase in quarterly tuition when registering for more than 10 units/quarter. Please visit https://registrar.stanford.edu/students/tuition-and-fees/tuition-and-fees-2020-21 for tuition information. In order to graduate in fewer than 6 quarters, students must also ensure their thesis is complete prior to graduation.

** Multiple quarters of CompMed 209 highly recommended for students interested in Veterinary School

*** Enrollment status for graduate students who have completed all required courses and degree requirements other than the thesis. Used as needed.

 

Updated April 23, 2020