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BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences offers the following courses that pertain to the secondary field in biochemistry and molecular biology and are available to undergraduates across the University.

3261 Introductory Medical Biochemistry (4)
  Same as BiSc 3261. Prerequisite Chem 2151-52. Credit toward the degree cannot be earned for this course and for Chem 3165.
3262 Biochemistry Laboratory (2)
  Same as BiSc 3262/Chem 3262. Prerequisite: Bioc 3261/BiSc 3261 or equivalent. Laboratory fee.
3263 Special Topics in Biochemistry (2)
  Same as BiSc 3263. Prerequisite: Bioc 3261/BiSc 3261 or equivalent. Credit toward the degree cannot be earned for this course and for Chem 3166.
3560 Diet, Health, and Longevity (3)
  Biochemical and molecular explanations of how calorie intake affects health; scientific principles of dieting. Prerequisite: Bioc 3261 or BiSc 1005 or ExSc 2114 or 2119.
3564 Lipid Biotechnology (2)
  Same as BiSc 3564/Chem 3564. Prerequisite: Bioc 3261/BiSc 3261 or equivalent. Laboratory fee.
3820 Bioinformatics and Computational Biochemistry (2)
  How biomedical researchers integrate information from molecular biology resources for analysis and testing of hypotheses. Prerequisite: BiSc 1111; Stat 1127.
4195 Undergraduate Research (1)
  Research conducted under a mentor who is a member of the department. May be repeated for credit (only 1 credit may count toward the secondary field). Prerequisite: permission of the faculty member concerned.
 

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Information in this bulletin is generally accurate as of fall 2012. The University reserves the right to change courses, programs, fees, and the academic calendar, or to make other changes deemed necessary or desirable, giving advance notice of change when possible.