BIO 382 - Human Genetics
 
(4 cr.) (3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) This course examines the genetic mechanism in humans, including data analysis and problem solving skills. The course includes an exposure to techniques for analysis of genetic variation in humans, the structure of the human genome, the implication of human genetic variation, somatic cell genetics, an introduction to medical genetics, DNA analysis, and the implications of genetic knowledge in the context of modern society and culture. Prerequisite: 1 group; BIO 101, BIO 101L, BIO 102, BIO 102L; BIO 150, BIO 151; Every Other Year, Fall
 
Sessions

Fall 2014