BIO 321G BIO 321G. Principles of Computational Biology. 3 Hours.
Introduces computational methods for the analysis of nucleic acid and protein sequences, with applications towards biological problems. Performance assessment will be based on experiential learning methods. Three lecture hours and two computer laboratory hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: The following with a grade of at least C-: Biology 325 or 325H; Statistics and Data Sciences 328M (or Statistics and Scientific Computation 328M); and Mathematics 408C, 408S, or 408R.