A majority of the Biosciences PhD Programs do not have specific course requirements for admission. The faculty like to see that you have taken a rigorous course load, but they will be particularly interested in your research experience. While many of our graduate students have undergraduate preparation in a life sciences curriculum, it is feasible to enter from other programs, including chemistry, computer science, mathematics, psychology, or physics. The Biomedical Data Science, Biophysics, Molecular and Cellular Physiology, and Structural Biology programs have prerequisite or background course requirements. We strongly recommend that you reach out to the programs to which you plan to apply, to ask for specific course requirements/suggestions.