The Division of Medical Sciences offers opportunities in a wide range of laboratory experiences and considerable interaction among the programs. While programs vary, generally students take core and advanced courses, attend seminars, perform laboratory rotations, and take a qualifying examination. After successful completion of the qualifying exam, the degree candidate is supervised by the thesis advisor in conjunction with a thesis advisory committee, as detailed in individual Program's Curriculum.
For further information about Program course requirements, please refer to the Program's Curriculum or Program of Study below:
For further information about the Division of Medical Sciences course offerings, please refer below:
Course information for 2012-2013
Spring 2013 downloadable PDF's:
Spring 2013 Nanocourses (please go to nanocourse website for updates as courses roll in)
Fall 2012 downloadable PDF's:
Fall 2012 Nanocourses (please go to nanocourse website for updates as courses roll in)
Nanos and other courses Website:
For a complete listing of 200-level courses for the 2012-2013 academic year, refer to the Medical Sciences section of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Catalog: Harvard FAS Registrar Courses.
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