BCOR 2300 ZRA (CRN: 91067)
3 Credit Hours
The basis of inheritance, covering topics from classical genetics to modern molecular studies. Analysis of genetic data emphasized, from prokaryotic, animal, and plant systems. Prerequisites: BCOR 1400 or BIOL 1400, and BCOR 1450 or BIOL 1450; or BCOR 1425; and also CHEM 1400, CHEM 1405, or CHEM 1410.
Prereqs enforced by the system: BCOR 1400 / 1450 or BIOL 1400 / 1450 or BCOR 1425; and CHEM 1400 or CHEM 1405 or CHEM 1410. Must register for a BCOR 2300 discussion; PACE students only; Degree students register for BCOR 2300 A.
The goals of this course are to develop a deep understanding of the major concepts in genetics, learn how to apply these concepts to solve problems, and to develop a capacity to think critically about real-world issues related to genetics. The course covers topics from classical genetics to modern molecular studies. Analysis of genetic data is emphasized, from prokaryotic, animal, and plant systems. May not be taken for credit concurrently with, or following receipt of, credit for ASCI 2160.
This course combines lectures in a large-capacity lecture hall, and weekly discussion sections involving group and individual work. Students should expect to spend 2-4 hours per week on coursework outside of class, with additional time for exam preparation.
Three midterm exams and one final exam, weekly homework and recitation section assignments, as well as in-class iClicker activities.
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