Graduate Courses & Seminars
Courses are required to bring all students to a high level of expertise in their chosen field. Required coursework is generally completed by the end of the second year.
The IU Schedule of Classes lists courses offered this semester and the upcoming semester.
For a listing of required and optional Biology graduate courses offered regularly or periodically, refer to the College Graduate Bulletin for Biology, or the relevant program bulletin:
A major part of the life of any scientific institution is the sharing of information through formal and informal seminars. The many seminar series sponsored by the EEB, GCDB, and Microbiology programs provide exposure to a wide range of research problems and approaches.
- Microbiology seminar series (Tuesdays at 4pm in Myers 130)
- Genome, Cell, and Developmental Biology seminar series (Thursdays at 4pm in Myers 130)
- Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior seminar series (Fridays at 4pm in Myers 130)
- Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior brown bag talks (Tuesdays at 12:00 in Simon 001)
- Microbiology research/journal club (Friday at 12:20 in Simon Hall 001)
- Genome, Cell, and Developmental Biology graduate research seminars (Fridays at 11:30 in Simon 001, Spring semester)
- Other discussion groups and journal clubs