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ECEN 850  BIOINFORMATICS (3 credits)

This course examines how information is organized in biological sequences such as DNA and proteins and will look at computational techniques which make use of this structure. During this class various biochemical processes that involve these sequences are studied to understand how these processes effect the structure of these sequences. In the process bioinformatics algorithms, tools, and techniques which are used to explore genomic and amino acid sequences are also introduced. (Cross-listed with ECEN 450)

Prerequisite(s): Computer programming language and ECEN 305 or STAT 3800 or equivalent.