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BIN-400   Bioinformatics Fundamentals (4.00 Credits; N)

BIN-500   Bioinformatics Fundamentals (Fall & Spring; All Years; 4.00 Credits; N) Bioinformatics is the science of collecting and analyzing complex biological data. It is an interdisciplinary field that develops and applies methods and software tools for understanding biological data. PRE-REQ: BI-105, BI-106, BI-121, BI-122, CH-142, CH-143, CH-242, CH-243

BIN-516   Molecular and Cellular Biology (Either Semester; Yearly; 4.00 Credits) A comprehensive approach to the study of cells, with emphasis on molecular techniques and understanding the primary literature. Analysis of the cell at the molecular level emphasizes a unity in the principles by which cells function. PRE-REQ: BS degree in molecular biology, biochemistry or the permission of the instructor.