Courses offered by the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics are listed below. For course descriptions and a complete, up-to-date listing of the courses currently offered, please visit the MSU Course Catalog. For graduate seminars, see the section below the course list. For the number of credits you need per semester go to the FAQ page.

MMG 801: Integrative Microbial Biology
MMG 803: Topics in Integrative Microbial Biology
MMG 813: Molecular Virology
MMG 825: Cell Structure and Function
MMG 833: Microbial Genetics
MMG 835: Eukaryotic Molecular Genetics
MMG 840: Advanced Food Microbiology
MMG 851: Immunology
MMG 855: Molecular Evolution: Principles and Techniques
MMG 861: Advanced Microbial Pathogenesis
MMG 890: Special Problems in Microbiology
MMG 892: Seminar
MMG 899: Master's Thesis Research
MMG 991: Topics in Microbiology
MMG 999: Doctoral Dissertation Research

Other relevant courses in other departments.

Graduate Seminars

MMG Ph.D. students are required to take three seminar courses consisting of special topic classes that include student presentations as a component of the course. Schedules for some of these are listed below.

Fall 2016

MMG 991 (Sec 002) "Opportunistic Pathogens", taught by Dr. Shicheng Chen & Dr. Edward Walker. Time/Location TBD.

Spring 2017

MMG 803/BMB 961/CMB 800 "Metals in Biology", taught by Dr. Robert Hausinger & Dr. Eric Hegg. Time/Location TBD.