The following BIOS courses have been used by previous students to fulfill the quantitative requirements for Track C:

- BIOS 26210-26211 (Mathematical Methods for Biological Sciences I and II)
- BIOS 26120 (An Introduction to Bioinformatics and Proteomics)
- BIOS 28407 (Genomics and Systems Biology)
- BIOS 23409 (Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases)
- BIOS 23404 (Reconstructing the Tree of Life: An Introduction to Phylogenetics)
- BIOS 21417 (Systems Biology: Molecular Regulatory Logic of Networks)

The following non-BIOS courses have been used by previous students to fulfill the quantitative requirements for Track C:

- EcEv 31400, Introduction to Scientific Computing for Biologists
- EcEv 35600, Population Genetics (consent of instructor needed)
- EcEv 42900, Theoretical Ecology (consent of instructor needed)
- Math 19620, Linear Algebra
- Stat 22400, Applied Regression Analysis
- Stat 23400, Statistical Models/Method
- Stat 24300, Numerical Linear Algebra
- CMSC 12100, Computer Science with Applications 1

This list is not exhaustive—other courses in math, statistics, physics, biology, and computer science might also be appropriate. If you wish to count a course that is not on this list, please contact Chris Andrews (candrews@uchicago.edu) for approval.