MCB*4600 Topics in Molecular and Cellular Biology S,F,W (1-3) [0.50]
This course involves the independent study of a current topic in Molecular and Cellular Biology, selected from the recent research literature and involving a review and critical appraisal of the area. The course comprises independent library research, participation in weekly meetings, and written and oral presentations. Students should make arrangements with both faculty advisor and the course coordinator in a prior course selection period.
Prerequisite(s): MBG*3350 or equivalent laboratory experience at the discretion of the student's faculty advisor. Normally, students must have a minimum of 3.00 credits in 3000 or 4000 level BIOC, MBG, MCB OR MICR courses.
Restriction(s): Students in programs offering topics courses cannot enroll in MCB*4600. Coordinator consent required.
Department(s): Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology