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This course teaches commonly used methods of statistical analysis, sampling, error in sampling and charting used in business presentations.

Bioinformatics Summer Research

Sophomore Junior Seminar

Theory of Computing

Course Description:

Three hours lecture and two hours lab each week. Emphasizes the fundamentals of computer organization and machine architecture, using a layered approach. Topics include data representation, the machine language execution cycle, microprogramming, addressing modes, and symbolic assembly level of language. Interconnection structures, memory, I/O, and fundamental notions of an operating system. Coordinated laboratory exercises allow students to experiment with program behavior and machine elements at each level.

The course introduces the student to computers and computer-based information systems. Basic computer concepts are briefly overviewed. Business information systems, including, user computing, data communications, and data bases are surveyed. The course includes hands-on lab instruction in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, and business presentations software.

This course reviews commonly used algebra, trigonometry, and calculus functions applied in computer science and business courses. Courses for which this class is useful will include economics, statistics, and quantitative financial analysis.

An introduction to the Bridge Program, your mentors, expectations, and skills for success

Upper-level undergraduate and graduate course in Developmental Biology

Online training modules for student research scholars

Independent Study Course in Biotechnology and Molecular and Cell Biology