Course Highlights

  • Describe the historical experiments fundamental to the discovery of DNA as the genetic material
  • Explain the Central Dogma of molecular biology, highlighting how genetic information becomes visible as a physical and measurable trait
  • Connect key cellular processes, such as DNA replication, to modern experimental techniques, like PCR and DNA sequencing
  • Discuss the ethical implications of how DNA sequencing and gene editing are used in society

Course Highlights

  • Describe the historical experiments fundamental to the discovery of DNA as the genetic material
  • Explain the Central Dogma of molecular biology, highlighting how genetic information becomes visible as a physical and measurable trait
  • Connect key cellular processes, such as DNA replication, to modern experimental techniques, like PCR and DNA sequencing
  • Discuss the ethical implications of how DNA sequencing and gene editing are used in society
  • W H E N
    • Late July: July 19–July 31, 2020
  • T U I T I O N

    Residential: $4,998 USD

    Extended Commuter: $3,398 USD

    Commuter: $2,798 USD