BMS 472 - Biotechnology
 
(4 cr.) This course addresses the isolation, growth, genetic manipulation and use of organisms (commonly genetically modified) or their products in fermented food production, agriculture, pharmaceutical discovery and production, molecular diagnostics, vaccine production, transgenic animal formation and human gene therapy. Purification, identification, optimization, testing, government regulations and patents are addressed. This hands-on course is designed for students interested in careers in the expanding modern world of applied biology and microbiology in research and industry.(4 lab hrs.) Prerequisite: BMS 370; Every Year, Fall
 
Sessions

Spring 2015