Introductory Biochemistry MCELLBI X105

Course Description

Understand the basic chemistry and overall structure of the most important biological macromolecules presented in this nonlab course, including the study of enzyme catalysis; cellular architecture; intermediary metabolism; and special processes such as photosynthesis, biological oxidation and energy production. Explore the various ways that biological systems react to their environment.

Notes

For academic questions about this course and associated sections, please call (510) 642-7345 or email science-online-unex@berkeley.edu.

Applies Toward the Following Certificate(s) and Program(s)

Prerequisites

College-level courses in elementary chemistry and biology required. One or two semesters of organic chemistry is recommended.

Sections

MCELLBI X105 - 007 Introductory Biochemistry
2013-2014 - Ongoing 2013-2014
Rebekah Marsh
  • Online
  • 45.00
  • 3 semester units
  • Course Fee credit (3 units) $850.00
Textbook (Mandatory) Biochemistry: A Short Course
Textbook ISBN: 9781429283601
W. H. Freeman
John L. Tymoczko, Jeremy M. Berg, Lubert Stryer
2d
Copyright 2013

Online, enroll anytime. This continuous enrollment course begins when you enroll. (Learn more.) You have a minimum of 90 days and a maximum of 180 days to complete the course. This section requires a proctored final exam.