Theory and Experimentation in Biotechnology
BTEC480 (Not Liberal Arts) $ Theory and Experimentation in Biotechnology 7 hrs. 5 crs. Theory and methods of contemporary molecular biology and biotechnology. Topics and experiments include methodology in the forefront of genetic engineering, including cell culture, separation processes, recombinant DNA technology, PCR, sequence analysis and protein expression. Ethical, legal and social implications of genomics and biotechnology. This is a Writing Intensive course. Preq: BIO 301, BIO 412 or CHEM 412, WRIT 301, 302 or 303. Not open to students with credit for BIO 480.