BIO-262: Proteins

Catalog Info

Effective Term
Fall 2019
Title when registering
Course Master
Credit Hours
Contact Hours Per Week
7 (for 15-week classes)
Course Description

Focuses on the structure and function of proteins along with chemical and physical techniques commonly used when working with these molecules. Lectures and laboratories emphasize the principles and applications of modern biochemical analyses used in biotechnology and related proteomic fields. This course is designed to satisfy the requirements of the Biotechnology Program; a grade of C or better is required to satisfy the requirements of the Biotechnology Program. Seven hours of integrated lecture and laboratory per week.

CHEM-141 and BIO-152 with grades of C or better
MTA Categories
  • Category 6.1: Natural Sciences
  • Category 6.2: Natural Sciences with Laboratory Experience
General Education Categories
  • Natural Sciences
Office Contact
School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM): 313-845-9632,, Health Careers Education Ctr, Room: G-122