Current Semester Courses
BIOC-19100, BIOC 19200, BIOCC 29100, BIOC 29200, BIOC 39100, BIOC 39200, BIOC49100, BIOC 49200 – all sections RESEARCH IN BIOCHEMISTRY LA NS
PREREQUISITES: Permission of the faculty member.
STUDENTS: Biochemistry majors who wish to conduct research at the freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior level.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: After consultation with a faculty member doing biochemical research, the student undertakes a research problem under the guidance of that faculty member.
COURSE FORMAT/STYLE: Varies depending on the nature of the project, by arrangement with the faculty mentor.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS & GRADING: Varies depending on the nature of the project, by arrangement with the faculty mentor.
BIOC-35300 - Biochemistry I LA NS
INSTRUCTOR: Kathryn Cole, CNS 364, Ext. 4-7104, firstname.lastname@example.org
PREREQUISITES: CHEM 23200
STUDENTS: Required for the B.S. in Chemistry and Biochemistry open to all interested and qualified students.
OBJECTIVES: This course focuses on protein structure and function, enzyme kinetics and mechanisms, and selected metabolic pathways. As this course is offered through the chemistry department, these topics will be discussed from a chemical viewpoint.
FORMAT AND STYLE: Three hours of lecture per week.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS & GRADING: Homework, quizzes, and exams.