Course Description:

BIOT 323 BIOETHICS This course will involve analysis of current and potential ethical and legal issues surrounding applications of biotechnology that impact our society. Topics include, but are not limited to, agricultural genetic engineering, gene therapy, stem cell research, and human cloning. Students will also be introduced to the need for Institutional Review Boards, protocols for animal and human research projects or drug studies, and statements of risk disclosure. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 103 and 101, BIOL 113 and 111, BIOL 133, BIOL 203 and 201, or BIOL 233. Three Hours, Spring

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

(BIOL103LEC AND BIOL101LAB) OR (BIOL113LEC AND BIOL111LAB) OR (BIOL203LEC AND BIOL201LAB) OR (BIOL233LEC) OR (BIOL133WEB) OR (BIOLGERLCLB OR BIOLGERLEC)

Co-Requisites: