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CHEM 6760 - Biocatalysis

This course provides in-depth coverage of various topics in biocatalysis and metabolic engineering. Goals of this course are the development of an understanding of proteins as catalysts, their functioning in metabolic networks, their application in various industries, and recognition of their potential for addressing future challenges in science and engineering. Crosslisted with CHBE 6760. 

Example Syllabus:
Audience:
Graduate
Credit Hours:
3
Lecture Hours:
3
Semester(s) Offered:
Spring
Prerequisite(s):
Undergraduate Semester level CHEM 3511 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate Semester level CHEM 4511 Minimum Grade of D AND, Undergraduate Semester level CHEM 4300 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate Semester level CHEM 6300 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate Semester level CHEM 6471 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate Semester level CHEM 6482 Minimum Grade of D
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