BIO-100 FA5
Great Experiments in Bio
Restriction: completion of the University Mathematics Requirement, or concurrent enrollment in MATH-170 or MATH-211 or STAT-202 or STAT-203.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Marvar,S 
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:40PM  HRST 106     05/15/17 06/29/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $100.00. Instructional Method: Hybrid.
OPEN
002
 
04.00
Marvar,S 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:40PM  HRST 106     05/15/17 06/29/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $100.00. Instructional Method: Hybrid.
OPEN
003
 
04.00
Chow,B 
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:40PM  HRST 106     07/03/17 08/17/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $100.00. Instructional Method: Hybrid.
BIO-102
Natl Studnt Ldrshp Conf Topics
Restriction: National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC).
OPEN
001
Biotechnology 
01.00
Chow,B 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Biotechnology (1) Recent advances in the study of genome function reveal the fluidity and flexibility of the information encoded in our DNA. Gene structure, gene positioning within chromosomes, non-coding DNA sequences and the chemical structure of the nucleotides are all factors in how genetics impact our daily lives and development. Biotechnology is the collection of tools scientists use to manipulate and modify genomes for use in pharmaceuticals, medicine, agriculture and the criminal justice system. Techniques including polymerase chain reaction (PCR), DNA sequencing, and molecular cloning allows us to isolate and characterize portions of DNA, so we may ultimately create new DNA sequences, new proteins and even entirely synthetic organisms. Students in this course obtain and analyze a variable gene (CDK) from their classmates using PCR and DNA sequencing. A course database of CDK gene sequences are organized and analyzed with tools and methods designed by each student based on their own hypotheses and experimental design. This project provides first-hand experience in the biotechnology fields of genomics and proteomics.
OPEN
002
Biotechnology 
01.00
Chow,B 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online. Biotechnology (1) Recent advances in the study of genome function reveal the fluidity and flexibility of the information encoded in our DNA. Gene structure, gene positioning within chromosomes, non-coding DNA sequences and the chemical structure of the nucleotides are all factors in how genetics impact our daily lives and development. Biotechnology is the collection of tools scientists use to manipulate and modify genomes for use in pharmaceuticals, medicine, agriculture and the criminal justice system. Techniques including polymerase chain reaction (PCR), DNA sequencing, and molecular cloning allows us to isolate and characterize portions of DNA, so we may ultimately create new DNA sequences, new proteins and even entirely synthetic organisms. Students in this course obtain and analyze a variable gene (CDK) from their classmates using PCR and DNA sequencing. A course database of CDK gene sequences are organized and analyzed with tools and methods designed by each student based on their own hypotheses and experimental design. This project provides first-hand experience in the biotechnology fields of genomics and proteomics.
CANCELLED
003
Biotechnology 
01.00
Walters-Conte,K 
 
 
                                     CANCELLED
 
Instructional Method: Online. Biotechnology (1) Recent advances in the study of genome function reveal the fluidity and flexibility of the information encoded in our DNA. Gene structure, gene positioning within chromosomes, non-coding DNA sequences and the chemical structure of the nucleotides are all factors in how genetics impact our daily lives and development. Biotechnology is the collection of tools scientists use to manipulate and modify genomes for use in pharmaceuticals, medicine, agriculture and the criminal justice system. Techniques including polymerase chain reaction (PCR), DNA sequencing, and molecular cloning allows us to isolate and characterize portions of DNA, so we may ultimately create new DNA sequences, new proteins and even entirely synthetic organisms. Students in this course obtain and analyze a variable gene (CDK) from their classmates using PCR and DNA sequencing. A course database of CDK gene sequences are organized and analyzed with tools and methods designed by each student based on their own hypotheses and experimental design. This project provides first-hand experience in the biotechnology fields of genomics and proteomics.
BIO-110 FA5
General Biology I
Prerequisite/Concurrent: MATH-170, MATH-211, MATH-221, STAT-202 or STAT-203.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Kothmann,W 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:40PM  MGC  312     05/22/17 06/29/17
TTH 05:30PM 08:40PM HRST 107 05/22/17 06/29/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $100.00.
BIO-200 FA5
Struct&Funct of Hum Body
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Doperalski,A 
 
 
 
Instructional Method: Online.
BIO-210 FA5
General Biology II
Prerequisite: BIO-110.
OPEN
001
 
04.00
Ma,H 
 
 
MW      05:30PM 08:40PM  AND  LL-1    07/03/17 08/10/17
TTH 05:30PM 08:40PM HRST 107 07/03/17 08/10/17
 
Additional Class Fee: $100.00.
BIO-240 FA5
Oceanography
OPEN
001
 
03.00
MacAvoy,S 
 
 
TTH     05:30PM 08:40PM  MGC  331     05/22/17 06/29/17
 
BIO-496
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
OPEN
001
Healthcare Tech in Unsure Time 
03.00
Solano Eliou,M 
 
 
TH      05:30PM 08:00PM  EQB  200     07/03/17 08/10/17
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid. Healthcare Technology in Unsure Times (3) This course provides a high-level introduction into healthcare information technology (HIT). The course covers the complexity of the U.S. healthcare ecosystem, the use of information technology in healthcare, and introduces the field of healthcare technology consulting. The course outlines a basic understanding of how healthcare is delivered, the role of technology in the delivery of care, and the complexity of developing an effective HIT strategy. Meets with BIO-696 001 PSM-696 001.
(Meets with PSM 696 001 BIO 696 001)
BIO-696
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
OPEN
001
Healthcare Tech in Unsure Time 
03.00
Solano Eliou,M 
 
 
TH      05:30PM 08:00PM  EQB  200     07/03/17 08/10/17
 
Instructional Method: Hybrid. Healthcare Technology in Unsure Times (3) This course provides a high-level introduction into healthcare information technology (HIT). The course covers the complexity of the U.S. healthcare ecosystem, the use of information technology in healthcare, and introduces the field of healthcare technology consulting. The course outlines a basic understanding of how healthcare is delivered, the role of technology in the delivery of care, and the complexity of developing an effective HIT strategy. Meets with BIO-496 001 PSM-696 001.
(Meets with PSM 696 001 BIO 496 001)
BIO-797
Master's Thesis Research
Restriction: Biology (MS).
OPEN
001
 
01.00-06.00