BIOL12106 Molecular Biology & Cell Culture

Course description

Biotechnology is essentially the use of living organisms and their products for health, social or economic purposes and is widely considered to be the growth industry for the 21st Century. In turn, this is leading to a huge expansion of the current industry bringing many opportunities for suitably qualified graduates. This course focuses on developing an understanding of how genomes are organised, how they function within the cell, ways in which we can manipulate genomes and untilise their components for a range of purposes - agricultural, medical and commercial.

Course at a glance

Faculty: Faculty of Arts, Health and Sciences
Career: Undergraduate
Units of credit: 6
Requisites: Prerequisite: ZOOL 11005
Student Contribution Band: Band 2
EFTSL 0.12500

[View fees and charges information]

Course availability

Term Campuses