Curriculum Overview

Each course in the Integrated Biomedical Sciences (IBS) curriculum
presents concepts central to understanding advances in biomedical science. 
In addition to the four didactic courses, a statistics course, a small group readings course, several short mini-courses in a variety of topics, and an ethics course, students in IBS complete four laboratory
rotations chosen 
among faculty in any of the participating basic science departments.
Students also participate in the research seminars and journal clubs of 
the departments in which they rotate.
The IBS curriculum includes 12 credit hours in the fall semester and 12 credit hours in the spring semester.
More Questions?
For more questions on prerequisites and admission requirements, please visit the IBS FAQ.