Introduction to Genetics, Genomics, and Biotechnology
Fluency in genetics vocabulary.
Students can understand and discuss basic concepts underlying genetics, biotechnology, and genomics.
Familiarization with key technologies.
Students can explain basic operations and applications of existing and emerging technologies for applied genomics.
Literature and writing in the primary discipline.
Students can readily access primary literature in the discipline and draw upon these sources to compose appropriately formatted literature reviews.
Orientation to experiential learning opportunities.
Students can identify and apply for undergraduate educational research opportunities (BYU mentored research and external internships).
Career path orientation.
Students can describe a broad range of careers for geneticists and biotechnologists.