IDS 2010 - Applied Biotechnology
1 sem hr cr
This course includes career exploration, history, and applications of DNA/RNA technology, molecular biology, bioethics, radiation safety, and laboratory practices. Laboratory exercises, field trips, and demonstrations illustrate the basic techniques of biotechnology, including fundamental concepts like the metric system, equipment safety, chemical nomenclature, states of matter, and solution concentrations. In the lab, students will exercise modern laboratory methods used in the biotechnology industry. Laboratory experiments are designed to familiarize the student with biotechnology techniques, including key concepts from general biology. The course is designed to give hands-on practical experience as well as theoretical knowledge in a variety of laboratory procedures. Prerequisite: BIOL 1110
In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.
Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
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