Transition rules old versus new courses
The specialization Human Biology replaces the specialization Clinical Biology of previous years.
Students who started last year in that specialization and did not complete the compulsory programme then, should take note of the following:
New course Replaces NWI-MOL413 (3 EC)
Transport and Metabolomics
NWI-LM011 (3 EC)
Metabolism, Transport and Motility
NWI-BM071 (3 EC)
NWI-BM049B (3 EC)
Molecular Mechanisms of Novel Therapeutics
NWI-BM073 (3 EC)
Trends in Stem Cell Biology
NWI-BM047B (3 EC)
Trends in Medical Biosciences II
NWI-BM072 (6 EC)
NWI-MB045B (3 EC)
- For each of the old courses, a final resit will be available. Check Osiris for the exact dates.
- You cannot use both the new course and the course it replaces in your Master's programme, the courses are too similar.
- If you did not take BM045B Human Genetics (3 ec) last year, you have to take the new 6 EC course NWI-BM072 Translational Genomics. In that case, if you already took NWI-BM042B Trends in Medical Biosciences I (3 EC) last year, you can use that course as an elective in your Master's programme.
- If NWI-BM042B is the only course you did not take last year, you can take a 3 EC elective instead.