Genetics and Evolution
An investigation of Mendelian, population, quantitative, and molecular genetics using a problem-solving approach. Small groups of students design, perform, analyze, and report on a research project. Three lecture-discussion class periods and one laboratory period per week.
BIOL 289 C1
Briggs, Amy G.
Course Format Description
A mixture of synchronous, in-person activities (four times per week), online discussions during scheduled course times, and asynchronous activities. Asynchronous activities include online quizzes, reading and writing, and small group work. Options will be available for students who cannot meet synchronously during scheduled course times.