BMS 278 - Research and Technology
 
(3 cr.) This course will provide a broad, discussion-based investigation of current scientific techniques including scientific writing, presentations, literature searches, as well as bioinformatic, protein and nucleic acid methodologies. Students will learn the skills necessary to identify and understand the proper techniques for designing, implementing, and evaluating scientific research. This interactive course will help prepare students for independent research projects at Quinnipiac University, graduate/professional programs, and careers in the biological, biomedical, or health sciences. Prerequisite: BIO 101 or BIO 150.
 
Sessions

Spring 2015