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BIOL 310 - The Genome

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This course covers the fundamental concepts of molecular genetics and heredity, as well as mutations, the genetics of sex and gender, the human genome, complex traits, genetic testing, gene therapy, and the near future of human genetics. Besides providing a basis for understanding the current state of human genetic knowledge, future discoveries, and novel applications, a major focus of the course is developing the sophistication necessary to sort out myths and misconceptions about human heredity.
Section: 0W2
3
credits

BIOL 310 - The Genome

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This course covers the fundamental concepts of molecular genetics and heredity, as well as mutations, the genetics of sex and gender, the human genome, complex traits, genetic testing, gene therapy, and the near future of human genetics. Besides providing a basis for understanding the current state of human genetic knowledge, future discoveries, and novel applications, a major focus of the course is developing the sophistication necessary to sort out myths and misconceptions about human heredity.
Section: 0W3
3
credits

BIOL 310 - The Genome

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This course covers the fundamental concepts of molecular genetics and heredity, as well as mutations, the genetics of sex and gender, the human genome, complex traits, genetic testing, gene therapy, and the near future of human genetics. Besides providing a basis for understanding the current state of human genetic knowledge, future discoveries, and novel applications, a major focus of the course is developing the sophistication necessary to sort out myths and misconceptions about human heredity.
Section: 0W4
3
credits

BIOL 325 - Biology in Society

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This course is designed to develop critical thinking concerning the growing presence of biology in society. Students apply biological principles and the scientific method to problems and decisions confronting society. Students use and expand upon their basic biological knowledge of DNA, molecular biology and physiology to discuss the importance and ethical impact of the use of biology in society. General topics will include DNA technology, stem cells, medical and forensic applications. Specific topics discussed may vary from one semester to the next as new issues or developments warrant. The central goal of the course is to have students leave as highly informed citizens with a greater understanding of the science behind current biological applications.
Section: 0W1
3
credits

BIOL 335 - Pathophysiology

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This course focuses on the central concepts of cellular and tissue pathophysiology. A systematic survey is undertaken of genetic diseases, cancer, and the diseases of the immune, nervous, endocrine, hematologic, cardiovascular, lymphatic, pulmonary, renal, reproductive, digestive, musculoskeletal and integumentary systems. The etiology, pathophysiology, and clinical manifestations of diseases are discussed.
Section: 0W1
1
credit

CHEM 100 - Introduction To Chemistry Laboratory

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This is a laboratory course to accompany CHEM 101. The activities and experiments in this course are hands-on applications of the concepts covered in CHEM 101. It is designed for those students who have had little or no chemistry laboratory experience. Students must enroll in both CHEM 101 and CHEM 100 simultaneously, unless they have previously passed one of the courses. Students must also pass both CHEM 101 and CHEM 100 to receive Natural Science General Education credit.
Section: 0W1
3
credits

CHEM 101 - Introduction to Chemistry

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This is an overview of chemistry that will include atomic structure, English-metric unit conversions, chemical nomenclature, the mole concept, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, states of matter, solutions, acid-base theory, and nuclear chemistry. It is designed for those students who have had little or no chemistry background. Students must enroll in both CHEM 101 and CHEM 100 simultaneously, unless they have previously passed one of the courses. Students must also pass both CHEM 101 and CHEM 100 to receive Natural Science General Education credit.
Section: 0W1
3
credits

ESCI 101 - Introduction to Environmental Science

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This is an overview of environmental science that will include sustainability, natural resources, population growth and demographics, urbanization, and air pollution, climate change, wastes, and environmental health hazards. It is designed for those students who have had little or no background of environmental science.
Section: 0W1
1
credit

ESCI 102 - Introduction to Environmental Science Laboratory

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This laboratory course is to accompany ESCI 101 (but not required for ESCI 101). It is designed for those students who have had little or no background of Environmental Science and is intended to teach them basic knowledge of Environmental Science in the laboratory using simple laboratory exercises.
Section: LW1
3
credits

ECON 301 - Regional Economic Development in Africa

Canton / Technology College | Spring 2020
January 20, 2020 — 
This course provides an analytical study of economic development of one specific African region. Topics to be covered include inequality, poverty, economic growth, demography, fertility, mortality, migration, employment, education, health, trade, globalization, food production, nutrition, environment, and sustainable development. Different African regions (Central Africa, East Africa, North Africa, Southern Africa, and West Africa) are studied on a cycle. Students may take one 'Regional Economic Development in Africa' for Gen Ed. 6 credit. Students may take two 'Regional Economic Development in Africa' for elective credit.
Section: 0W1