Manipulating Life: The Ethics and Science of Biotechnology
MET IS 333
This course will explore the science behind new technologies in biology, but it will also address the ethical questions that define and direct the application of these approaches, especially in humans. Students initially will be expected to master the basic biology of DNA, gene expression, and genomics. The course will require students to learn the basic components of ethical theory and apply them to living organisms in general and to human life in particular.
FALL 2015 Schedule
|OL||Sommers Smit||ARR TBD-TBD||On-line course|