Substitute Courses

Students completing two modules that contain "common courses" must adhere to the Common Course Policy.  If more than 1.0 common course exists, any additional common course must be replaced by a "substitute course". 

Select the module(s) below to see a list of pre-approved substitute courses that can replace additional common courses for modules offered by that department.

Note: a course cannot be used as a modular course AND again as a substitute course.

Modules in Biochemistry

  • Chemistry 2211A/B, Chemistry 2214A/B, 2374A, 2384B (Chemistry 2214A/B is antirequisite to both 2374A and 2384B).
  • Biochemistry 3380G, 3385A, 3386B, 3390B, any 4000-level course in Biochemistry (with the exception of the Research Project courses)
  • Biology 2290F/G, 2382A/B

Modules in Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Modules in IMS

  • Any basic medical science course in the 2000-4000-level range (with the exception of the 4000-level project courses) from the following subject areas: Anatomy and Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Medical Biophysics, Medical Sciences, Microbiology and Immunology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Physiology and Pharmacology, and
  • Neuroscience 2000 **new addition to the list**

Modules in Medical Biophysics

  • Applied Mathematics 2811B, 2813B, 3615A/B
  • Biology 2244A/B or Statistics 2244A/B
  • Calculus 2502A/B or 2302A/B, 2503A/B or 2303A/B
  • Chemistry 2213A/B, 2214A/B, 2223B, 2374A, 2384B
  • Medical Biophysics 3330F/G, 3336F/G, 4455A/B, 4445A/B, 4467A/B, 4535A/B, 4475A
  • Physics 2101A/B, 2102A/B, 2110A/B, 2600A/B, 2900E

Modules in Medical Cell Biology

  • Anatomy and Cell Biology 3319, and any 4000-level course in Anatomy and Cell Biology
  • Biochemistry 3385A, 3386B, 4450A, 4463G
  • Biology 2290F/G, 2471A, 2581B, 2601A/B, 3326F/G, 3338A, 3593B
  • Chemistry 2223B or 2283G
  • Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B, 3100A, 3300B
  • Epidemiology 2200A/B
  • Pathology 3500, the former Pathology 3240A, 3245B
  • Pharmacology 3620
  • Physiology 2130, 3120, 3140A, 4600A/B, 4680A/B, 4730B
  • Physiology and Pharmacology 3000E
  • Former courses:  Biochemistry 4430B, 4445F, 4465A, Biology 2672A/B

Major and Minor in Medical Sciences

  • Any course at the 2000- or 3000-level from the following subject areas: Anatomy and Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Medical Biophysics, Medical Sciences, Microbiology and Immunology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Physiology and Pharmacology, and
  • Neuroscience 2000 **new addition to the list**

Modules in Microbiology and Immunology

  • Biology and Chemistry courses numbered 2200 and above
  • Any basic medical science course in the 2000-4000-level range (with the exception of the 4000-level project courses) from the following subject areas: Anatomy and Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Medical Biophysics, Medical Sciences, Microbiology and Immunology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, or Physiology and Pharmacology

Honors Specialization in Neuroscience

  • any additional half course from one of the pick-lists in the module
  • students may contact Dr. Walter Rushlow if they wish to request permission for a different subsitute course

Modules in Pathology, including One Health

  • Any course in the 2000-4000 range (with the exception of the 4000-level project courses) from the following subject areas: Anatomy and Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Medical Biophysics, Medical Sciences, Microbiology and Immunology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, or Physiology and Pharmacology
  • Biology 2581A/B, 2290F/G, Chemistry 2223B or 2283G

Modules in Pharmacology, Physiology, and Physiology and Pharmacology

  • Biology and Chemistry courses numbered 2200 and above
  • Basic medical science courses at the 2000-level or above (with the exception of the 4000-level project courses) from any of the following subject areas: Anatomy and Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Medical Biophysics, Medical Sciences, Microbiology and Immunology, Pathology, Pharmacology, or Physiology

Did you know???

That Neuroscience 2000 can now be used as a substitute course for the IMS modules, as well as the Major and Minor in Medical Sciences?