Description
Molecular and General Genetics
4 undergraduate Coop Credits
Modern principles of heredity have been established through studies at the molecular, cellular and organismic levels. This course explores the fundamental biology of gene structure, organization, expression, and function as deduced from analyses of viral, prokaryotic, and eukaryotic systems and the gene interactions that underlie them. Fundamental genetic principles are applied to the understanding of human heredity and disease, and molecular genetic manipulations are discussed in the context of biotechnology applications. Prerequisites: complete BIO100 /100H or BIOL141/141H, and BIOL142, and MATH150 or MATH151 or MATH155, or equivalent AP credit or MATH placement into MATH151. You must complete or concurrently enrolled in CHEM 102, CHEM102H or CHEM124. All with a C or better
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
4
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
BIO-UMBC 302
Academic Group
Collaborative
Academic Organization
Collaborative
Campus
Coppin State University