Course Descriptions

BIOL 69100 Biological Research Methods

Session Offered:

Fall, Spring, Credit 1.0

Prerequisites:

Admission by consent of the Department Graduate, Advanced Studies Committee. Authorized equivalent courses or consent of instructor may be used in satisfying course pre- and co-requisites.

Description:

Open to graduate students in the Department of Biological Sciences and designed primarily for students in their first year of graduate study. The course consists of two laboratory assignments, each of which lasts about two months. Students may take one or two of these per semester. During each laboratory assignment, the student will be exposed to methods, equipment, and experimental procedures currently in use in a particular departmental research laboratory selected by the student and through arrangement with the professor in charge of that laboratory. This course may be repeated for credit.

Instructor(s):

Course Director:  Cynthia Stauffacher


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Textbook(s):

-No textbook required for this course-

Course Format:


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