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BIO 315: Principles of Bioinformatics

This course introduces computer programming to biologists and allows for the creative application of this skill to an array of biological questions, with an emphasis on advanced genetics topics. From mining large genetic sequence databases to simulating population dynamics, we explore how computational tools are becoming essential to the study of a broad range of biological systems. Students participate in a semester-long project that allows them to sequence and publish their own DNA and analyze their evolutionary history. Counts toward biomolecular science and mathematical biology concentrations.
Prerequisite: BIO 233.

Mathematical Biology

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...00 BIO 233 Intermediate Genetics BIO 247 Animal Physiology BIO 261 Ecological Principles BIO 315...

Neuroscience

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...1 required) BIO 227 Cell Biology BIO 233...and Data Structures CSCI 315 Bioinformatics CSCI 333...

Nursing

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...nursing courses numbered 3XX) BIO 143 Human Anatomy...I 1.00 NURS 315 Medical-Surgical Nursing...