Classes

BIOL 4100 Cell Biology

BIOL 4950 Senior seminar

BIOL 5050/6050 Fundamentals of Biophysics

BIOL 5260/6260 Prokaryotic Molecular Genetics

BIOL 4100 Cell Biology

Introduction to cellular structure and processes, including evolution, organization, physiology, molecular biology of cells, membranes, cytoplasm, and organelles as well as energy, transport, motility, cell division, signaling, transcription, and translation.

Textbook: The Cell, A molecular approach,  7th or 8th edition, by Geoffrey Cooper
 

Student level: Junior, Senior

BIOL 4950 Senior seminar

Oral presentation and discussion of recent scientific publications from a selected area of biological sciences. One hour is required for all majors. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 3 credit hours. The primary goal of this course is to develop scientific literature reading skills. It teaches how to analyze and evaluate the papers. The secondary goal is developing oral presentation skills. 

 

Textbook: None
 

Student level: Junior, Senior