BIO 212 and 213 Genetics
BIO 212 Human Genetics
Provides an overview of the basic principles of heredity, theoretical, and practical problems, and heredity and evolution as it relates to humans. For non-science majors only. Three hours lecture weekly. Prerequisite: SCI 150.
BIO 213 General Genetics
Provides instruction on the basic principles of heredity, evolution and genetics of both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Special emphasis is placed on molecular properties of genetic material and its ability to replicate, recombine, mutate, and direct RNA and protein synthesis. Attention is also given to the functional interactions between genes, genetic regulation, and genes in populations. The lab exposes students to various techniques used in genetic experiments. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisite: BIO 112.