BIOL 380 Cell and Molecular Biology

This course is designed as an introduction to modern cell biology. Cell biology is the meeting point of biochemistry, genetics, cytology and physiology and is vital to anyone with an interest in molecular biology. A cell biologist must not only be able to examine structures within a cell, but must understand the underlying molecular processes that govern the formation and regulation of those structures, as well as the interaction of those structures with each other and the environment both inside and outside the cell.




BIOL 237 and BIOL 238


Every Fall semester