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CMCA 500S Foundations in Bioscience 1 3.0 Credits

Biology ultimately depends upon the molecular processes that occur within cells. This course introduces you to the foundational concepts in molecular and cell biology and biochemistry. We begin with the key players: The biomolecules used to construct and operate cells. We next consider the Central Dogma, which reveals how the cell builds new molecules (and thereby allows it to copy itself). Finally, we cover the basics of cell biology, providing context in which students can understand the stage upon which these processes play out. These concepts provide a fundamental knowledge base that will support learning at the cutting edge of bioscience.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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