Biotechnology Science Certificate (3751)
This certificate is designed primarily for students with a baccalaureate or associate degree, and a basic science background including one year of college chemistry, cell biology, and general microbiology.
NOTE: BIOS 1500 Introduction to Biochemistry has prerequisites that include BIOL 1510 Principles of Biology I or an equivalent cellular biology course, and CHEM 1500 General Chemistry I or an equivalent chemistry course. BIOS 2100 Applied Microbiology has prerequisites that include BIOL 2700 Microbiology or an equivalent general microbiology course. Students may need to take additional courses if they have not already taken the prerequisite courses or their equivalent.
|BIOS 1050||Introduction to Biotechnology Science||3|
|BIOS 1200||Biotechnology Science Lab Skills||5|
|BIOS 1500||Introduction to Biochemistry||4|
|BIOS 1600||Advanced Molecular Separations||4|
|BIOS 2100||Applied Microbiology||3|
|BIOS 2400||Tissue Culture||3|
|BIOS 2500||Recombinant DNA Technology||4|
|BIOS 2550||Introduction to Bioinformatics||1|
|BIOS 2600||Bioscience Manufacturing Processes||4|
|BIOS 2800||Biotechnology Science Seminar||1|
|Total Credit Hours||35|
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