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Here are the possible courses to enroll in for this course:
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* Credit / No Credit Undergrad
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** Sem: Biophysics & Medicine - 29425 - PHYC 400 - 002
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* Credit / No Credit Grad
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** Sem: Biophysics & Medicine - 29343 - PHYC 500 - 006
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* Letter Grade Options (Grad & Undergrad)
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** Koch:  Research Methods - 29652 - PHYC 452 - 008
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** Lidke:  Research Methods - 29653 - PHYC 452 - 010
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** Thomas: Research Methods - 16724 - PHYC 452 - 071
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** Cahill: Research Methods - 24708 - PHYC 452 - 076
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Revision as of 15:25, 25 January 2007

Spring 2007 Physics 500 and Physics 400

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Here are the possible courses to enroll in for this course:

  • Credit / No Credit Undergrad
    • Sem: Biophysics & Medicine - 29425 - PHYC 400 - 002
  • Credit / No Credit Grad
    • Sem: Biophysics & Medicine - 29343 - PHYC 500 - 006
  • Letter Grade Options (Grad & Undergrad)
    • Koch: Research Methods - 29652 - PHYC 452 - 008
    • Lidke: Research Methods - 29653 - PHYC 452 - 010
    • Thomas: Research Methods - 16724 - PHYC 452 - 071
    • Cahill: Research Methods - 24708 - PHYC 452 - 076


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