2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CBIOL 2211 Cell and Molecular Biology

In Cell and Molecular Biology students delve into the details of the fundamental, essential components of life by examining the structures, functions and interactions of cells. Focusing on the basic unit of life, the cell, this course will reveal the microscale and nanoscale workings of organisms; students will learn how cells make proteins, produce and utilize energy, import and export materials, communicate with other cells, and much more. Cell and Molecular Biology entails a comprehensive view of cellular anatomy, which comprises the foundation of fields such as developmental biology, immunology, pharmacology, cancer biology, endocrinology and neuroscience---fields in which students mastering CMB concepts will readily be able to pursue studies.




Spring semester