BIOI 1000 INTRODUCTION TO BIOINFORMATICS (3 credits)
Bioinformatics is a scientific discipline that integrates mathematical and computational techniques with biological knowledge to develop and use computational tools to extract, organize and interpret information from genetic sequence data. The field is growing rapidly with the advancement in molecular technology to sequence the genomes of many different organisms. This course will provide an introduction to the field and will examine some of the problems of interest to bioinformaticians and how these relate to biology, computer science, mathematics and engineering. Topics will include an overview of the biology, mathematics and computer science needed to understand these and tools.
Distribution: Natural/Physical Science General Education course
...counts toward the Humanities requirement. 2 NOTE: BIOI 1000 counts toward the Natural and Physical...