A Human Perspective on Genetics - BIOL114

Framingham State University

Credits: 4

Subject Area(s): Biology

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An exploration of the field of genetics from the rediscovery of Mendel’s work in 1900 up to the present, with an emphasis on human involvement and ramifications. Topics may include: the human genome project, genetic disorders, cloning, genetically modified crops and animals, prenatal and postnatal genetic screening and mass production of pharmaceuticals. NOTE:This course is not open to Biology majors. 

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A Human Perspective on Genetics Online Offerings

Course Section Time Instructor Format Start Date End Date
20892Simons. Amanda100% Online2018-01-162018-05-01
90911Simons, Amanda M.100% Online2017-09-062017-12-23

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