The Graduate Group in Integrative Genetics & Genomics (IGG) offers programs of study and research leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. Students in the IGG graduate program have the opportunity to apply genomic, molecular, computational, and classical genetic approaches to study model organisms, a broad range of native and agricultural species, humans, and companion animals. The group integrates genetic research across campus and unites over 100 faculty members from more than 25 departments spanning the College of Biological Sciences, the College of Letters & Science, the College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, the School of Medicine, and the School of Veterinary Medicine. Students experience an unsurpassed breadth of research and instructional opportunities from the most fundamental to applied aspects of genetics. For additional information regarding the program, contact the group coordinator at 530-752-4863.