BMS 278 - Research and Technology
 
(3 cr.) This course involves topics related to developing scientific and analytical skills, including written and oral communication, critical thinking and reasoning, scientific inference, information literacy, responsible citizenship and quantitative reasoning. The purpose of the course is to examine and discuss the current methods used by scientists and health care workers regarding computers and technology, hardware and software, oral and written communication, research methods, etc. One semester of general biology is required. BMS and HS students may take BIO 298 and/or BMS 278. Prerequisite: BIO 101 or BIO 150.
 
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