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Qualifying Exams

Doctoral Comprehensive Exams and Admission to Candidacy Before a student can become a PhD candidate, he or she must pass a comp...

Defense and Graduation

Doctoral students must submit their dissertation to their major professor before distributing it to their Advisory Committee. The dis...

Curriculum

Required for all PhD students in the Department of Genetics These guidelines assume students have entered via the Integrated...

Graduate Student Handbook

This document functions not only as a set of recommendations for graduate students in the Genetics Department at UGA, but also the rules that gov...

Graduate Student Information

Seminars Teaching Assistantships Teaching Internship Travel Training Grant Departmental a...

Applying via ILS

The Genetics Department recruits graduate students through the Integrated Life Sciences (ILS) program at UGA. The ILS is an "umbrella" program th...

Travel

Currently, the department provides funding to the Genetics Graduate Student Association for travel awards. The GGSA manages these funds and...

Administrative Procedures

Administration and Staff Graduate course requirements Kelly Dyer, ...

Teaching Assistantships

Assisting in Courses All graduate students (Master’s and Doctoral) must serve as teaching assistants for either GENE 3000 or GE...

Awards

Departmental Awards All doctoral students who have entered candidacy are considered for support by the Alton Graduate Research Fellow...

Training Grant

See this page for information about the NIH Genetics T32 Training Grant and how to apply for the training grant. All doctoral students el...

Advisory Committee

Doctoral Advisory Committee Every doctoral student, with the advice of his or her major professor, will select an Advisory Committee...

Annual Committee Meetings and Progress Report

Committee Meetings We expect that you will form your committee by the beginning of your second year. At this time, please submit the...

Approved genetics electives

If there is a course that seems like it should be on this list but is not, please contact the graduate coordinator. GENE GENE 6000...

Forms

Form titles are in bold letters below and are available electronically, at the Genetics Department and/or Graduate School websites. Most fo...

Approved quantitative courses

GENE GENE 8150L Mathematics of evolutionary genetics (note: this course is only 1 credit) STAT/BIOS STAT – any course 6000 ...

Other

GGSA The Genetics Graduate Student Association meets monthly to discuss activities and concerns in our graduate program, and a member of th...

Component 2

Courses that fulfill the 'evolutionary genetics' requirement for the Department of Genetics and/or the NIH T-32 Training Grant in Genetics. Note ...

previous curriculum plan

this page is not intended for students entering in 2015 or later. Required for all PhD students in the Department of Genetics ...

Component 1

GENE GENE 6200, 3 credit hours, Advanced Genetics GENE/BCMB 8112, 4 credit hours, Advanced GENE/CBIO/BCMB/MBIO I (every spring) GENE 8830, 2 cred...