BIO 503 Systems Biology (Graduate) – Fall II

This course investigates the major principles and concepts of biological systems, including the fundamentals of mathematical and physiological modeling, a detailed analysis of gene, protein, and metabolic systems, as well as the application of systems biology in health and medicine.

Note: This course is designed for those seeking the credentials required by many regional accrediting bodies in order to be able to teach advanced placement, concurrent early college, and undergraduate college Biology courses.

Prerequisite: A bachelor’s degree with a Biology major or must be state certified to teach Biology at a secondary school level.

Prerequisite Courses: Undergraduate coursework must include a C level or higher in Introductory Biology, Introductory Biology Lab, General Chemistry, and General Chemistry Lab.

Related Offerings:
BIO 504 Genetics (Spring 2020)
BIO 501 Biological Chemistry (Summer I 2020)
BIO 505 Human Physiology (Summer II 2020)
BIO 502 Cell Biology (Fall 2020)
BIO 503 Systems Biology (Late Fall 2020)
BIO 506 Microbiology (Spring 2021)

Indiana Wesleyan University

Semester: Fall II

Instructor: April Elrod, Ph.D 

Joanna Vance, Ph.D   

Julie Rennison, Ph.D  

Credit Hours: 3

Date: 10/19/2020-12/20/2020

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grade 9-12