SC46 Biotechnology 3-4

1.0 Credit
 
This course applies the concepts of molecular and cellular biology (of bacteria, animals, and plants) to real-world problems, and builds upon the concepts learned in Biotechnology 1-2.  Students will learn methods of culturing microorganisms, recombinant DNA technology, and genetic analysis.  Students will learn how to use the basic equipment found in a typical molecular and cellular biology laboratory, as well as bacteriological technique.
 
Prerequisites:  Biotechnology 1-2 or concurrent enrollment in Algebra 3-4, Chair approval
Homework:  Average
Degree of Difficulty:  Moderate
Grade Level:  12