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BI 231 - Introductory Molecular Cell Biology
Course Description: An introductory course in cell structure and function at the molecular level. Topics include: cell structure; the flow and transduction of mass, energy, and genetic information; genetic engineering; and regulation of cell growth. Prerequisites: BI 114, CH 108, and CH 108L .
Credit Hours: 3:0:3
Learning Outcomes: Students successfully completing this course will be able to:
Course Assessment: The teaching techniques utilized in this course include: traditional lectures by the instructor, in-class problem solving by the student, and completion of pertinent homework problems. The student's overall command of Molecular Cell Biology will be measured with 4 regular examinations over lecture material. The examinations will be composed of word problem solving, short answer and essay questions. The course website is an essential study aid and bulletin board. Some assignments will only be available by checking the website.
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