Courses

FRESHMAN YEAR ANKARA UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

GEB101 General Biology I

Introduction to form and function in the animal and plant kingdoms. Topics will include circulation and gas exchange, chemical signals, reproduction, nutrition, and the animal nervous system. Laboratories will be inquiry based with mathematical and computational applications to biological problem.

CHM101 Chemistry I

Periodical system, energy levels, specifications of electron waves, electorn spins, quantum numbers, atom diameters, ionization potentisals, electron affinity, chemical bonds: ion bond, covalent bond, polarite of bonds, electronegativity, bond energy, resonans, formulations and shapes of molecules, molecules orbitals, sytokyometri, chemical equalities, gaseos, volume, temperature, pressure, gaseous conditions and related laws.

PHY101 Physics I

Molecule largeness, mechanics (such as motion, Newton’s laws, conservation laws, work, energy, systems of particles, and rotational motion) and in mechanical waves (such as oscillations, wave motion, sound, and superposition).

MIT101 Mathematics I

Problem solving, integers, fractions, decimals, percents, variable expressions, linear equations, and selected geometry topics, trigomoetry functions.

STS101 Statistics I

Possibility spaces, sample space, sigma algebra, possibility unit, sample problem solutions, conditional possibility, possibility calculations, variants, continuous variants, distribution functions specifics of them, possibility functions, vectors, multivariations functions, moments, some production functions, covariance and correlations, multi diemensions transformations, Jacobian technique.

HIS101 Ataturk’s Principles and the History of His Reforms

In this course, the failure reasons of the reforms which were carried out in the last period of the Ottoman Empire and the effect of the Ottoman modernization to the revolutions of Atatürk are clarified with examples relating to the subject.

TUR101 Turkish Language

The headlines of the main themes thouced upon during the Turkish Language course are as follows: What is the language? What kind of relations existing between the language and culture? Historical periods of Turkish language, Turkish phonetics. Turkish morphology.

ART107 Painting

Principles of drawing. Painting in various media including oils, acrylics, and watercolors.

ART105 Music

Musical elements will be studied, including rhythm, audio, harmony, form, loudness and melody. Musical instruments and ensembles will be studied. Generic classification of musical styles will be studied including art music (classical music: European), religious, traditional music, electronic, popular music (blues, country, hip hop, jazz, reggae, rock, folk). Aim of this course, it is expected that students develop their knowledge about topics belong the course; giving students an opportunity to explore with and listen to the sounds of various instruments; discriminate from each other the musical elements and main music types. This course is given by explanatory information to be made by the lecturer and classroom discussions, presentations by students as well as listening to a variety of musical instruments and watching related art movies. Student success is measured during and at the end of this course by written exam or test, homework and presentation and as a result assessed by grading. Quiz Rate is 40% and Session Exam Rate 60%.

PED103 Physical Training

Conceptual frame work of Physical Education and Sport (PES), significance, aim, philosophy, relation with other disciplines and future of professions of PES. Importance of PES in Turkish National Education System and Sports Institutions. Teaching, value of regular exercise and life long training.

FRESHMAN YEAR ANKARA UNIVERSITY SPRING SEMESTER

GEB102 General Biology II

This course will provide a thorough overview of the fundamentals of plant and fungal biology from evolutionary, ecological, and physiological perspectives.

CHM102 Chemistry II

Liquids and phase transformations, specification of the liquids, vapor pressure, boiling points, heating and cooling curves, phase diagrams, solution types, concentration terms, electrolytes, dissociation, solubility, colloids, solution reactions, acids and bases, neutralization, hydrolize, chemical kinetics, factors effecting reaction speed, substrat concentration, catalize, chemical balance, mass, balance calculations, decomposition of water, pH and POH, thampon solutions, complex ions, solubility and precipitation, hydrlize balances, electrochemisrty, electrical conductivity, electrolise, radioactivity and structure of nuclear.

PHY102 Physics II

Electromanetism, electrical load, conductors and insulators, Coloumb law, electrical area, force curves, calculation of electrical area, Gauss Law, condansator, energy saving, electrical pulse and measurement.

MIT102 Mathematics II

Logaritmic equations, dervatives, linear equations and inequalities and their graphs, systems of linear equations and inequalities, exponents, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, and square roots, elementary transcendental functions, limits and continuity, differentiation, applications of the derivative, curve sketching, and integration theory.

STS102 Statistics II

t-distributions and f-distributions, moments, estimation, estimation of average, relationship between two variants, hypothesis thesis, simple lineer regression, the smallest square method, multiple lineer regression, matris, one way variance analysis.

HIS102 Ataturk’s Principles and the History of His Reforms

The course defines the ideologies and intellectual movements such as Turkism, Pan-Islamism, Ottomanism, Westernism, Socialism, which were suggested to rescue the empire. The Independence War of Turks which was led by Mustafa Kemal Pahsa against the invasions is explained in the course and the period of foundation and formation of a new Turkish nation-state is clarified in details.

TUR102 Turkish Language

The headlines of the main themes thouced upon during the Turkish Language course are as follows: Fundamental diction knowledge, exercises on some important diction matters (Stress, tone, pronounciation etc.); the rules of Turkish orthography; daily correpondences (petition, curriculum vitae etc.); some compherensive knowledge relating to written expressing, sentence and pharagraph analysis, theoretical and practical studyings on some literary texts.

SOPHOMORE YEAR MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

BIOB 375 General Genetics

Introduction to classical and molecular genetics of eukaryotes, with emphasis on transmission genetics, the structure and regulation of genes, and mechanisms of genetic change

CHMY 321 Organic Chemistry I

The first of a two-semester professional sequence in organic chemistry. In-depth coverage of stereochemistry, synthetic organic chemistry, physical organic chemistry, spectroscopy, and nomenclature. Students should register for both semesters.

WRIT101W College Writing

Studies in the discovery and written expression of ideas, stressing organization, support, audience awareness, clarity, and persuasive presentation. Taught around a particular topic or theme varying with each offering

BIOB 105CS Introduction to Biotechnology

Introduction to an ever growing industry. Course is designed to demonstrate the current significance of biotechnology. Course is a multi-lecturer series dealing with ethics, business, and scientific technology

ECNS101IS Economic Way of Thinking

Introduces important tools and methods of economics, including the core reasoning that underlies decision-making, analytical thinking and problem solving, demand and supply analysis, and indicators of economic performance. Emphasis is on application of the tools of economics to current issues of social and personal importance

SOPHOMORE YEAR MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY SPRING SEMESTER

CHMY 323 Organic Chemistry II

The second semester of the two-semester professional sequence in organic chemistry.

CAPP 120 Introduction to Computers

Computer hardware and software concepts as they apply to all computers. Exposure to software packages such as Windows, word processors, spreadsheets, and Internet applications. Laboratory projects reflect practical usage in resolving real world problems/situations

COM 110US Public Communication

Overview of the theories, concepts, and principles of public speaking, to include audience analysis, evidence, intercultural communication, small group communication and media communication. Application of concepts and principles through preparation and delivery of ceremonial, informative, persuasive, and group presentations

BIOM 360 General Microbiology

An introduction to major topics and subdisciplines in microbiology including microbial diversity and classification, microbial anatomy and physiology, microbial genetics, microbial ecology, medical microbiology and immunology, epidemiology and public health, and biotechnology

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION JUNIOR YEAR ANKARA UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

ANP 101 Anatomy and Physiology I

Cells, Tissues, Integumentary, Skeletal, Muscular, Nervous, Special Senses and Endocrine.

CEC 101 Cell Culture I

Cell culture term, impotance and history of cell culture, cell culture laboratory and equipments, importance of deinfection, disinfection methods, preparation of plant material for culture, content of nutition medium and preparation of medium, planting and sub cultures, incubation conditions, growth and development of cultures.

IMU101 Immunology I

Immunity, Elements of innate and acquired immunity; Immunogens and antigens; Antigen-antibody interactions; Genetic basis of antibody structure; Biology of T Lymphocyte; Major histocompatibility complex; Biology of T lymphocyte; Activation and function of T and B cells; Control mechanisms in the immune response.

BCH101 Biochemistry I

Life medium and water, carbohydrates, lipids, peptids, enzymez and enzyme kinetics, nucleic aicds, vitamins and co enyzmes.

BNF101 Bioinformatics I

Introduction; Genome organization and evolution; Scientific publications and archives: media, content and access; Archives and information retrieval

IHS101 Immunohistochemistry I

Techniques of immunohistochemistry, molecular anatomic pathology, immunohistology and infectious diseases, immunohistology of soft tissue and neoplasms, immunohistology of hodgin lymphoma, immunohistology of non hodgin lymphoma, immunohistology of skin tumors, immunohistology of gastrointestinal track, immunohistology of pancreas, biliary tract and liver

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION JUNIOR YEAR ANKARA UNIVERSITY SPRING SEMESTER

ANP102 Anatomy and Physiology II

Physiology, gross anatomy, nervous, musculoskeletal, lymphatic, circulatory, renal, respiratory, digestive, endocrine and reproductive systems)

CEC102 Cell Culture II

Cell and tissue culture methods, application area, planting material production.

IMU102 Immunology II

Cytokines, Complement; Hypersensitivity reactions; Autoimmunity; Immunodeficiency and other disorders of the immune system; Transplantation immunology; Tumor immunology; Resistance and immunization to infectious diseases.

BCH102 Biochemistry II

Cell structure, material transportation from cell membrane, introduction to metabolism, biological oxidation, photosynthesis, carbohydrate, lipid and aminoacid metabolism.

BNF102 Bioinformatics II

Alignments and phylogenetic trees; Structural bioinformatics and drug discovery; Proteomics and systems biology

GEM102 Gene Manipulation I

Basic gene manupilation techniques, cutting and joining of DNA, plasmid and phage vectors, cosmids and phagemids, cloning strategies, sequencing and mutagenesis

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION SENIOR YEAR MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

BIOB412 Hybridomas

Theoretical and practical appreciation and understanding of the uses and methods involved in the production of monoclonal antibodies.

BIOB415 Advanced Immunology Methods

Hands-on experience on assays commonly used in immunology for the detection of an immune response.

BIOB413 Flow Cytometry

Theory and practice of flow cytometry with an emphasis on the analysis of mammalian cells.

BIOB414 Advanced Microscopy

Introduction to instrument design, operation and applications, and to modern techniques in preparing specimens for microscopic analyses, including computer-assisted microscopic imaging technology and microinjection.

IMID498R Biotechnology Internship

An individualized assignment arranged with an agency, business, or other organization to provide guided experience in the field.

BCH441 Biochemistry of Macromolecules

Biochemical basis of modern molecular biology; structure and function of proteins, nucleic acids, and membranes; replication; transcription; translation; regulation of gene expression; and recombinant DNA

ARNR 321 Assisted Reproduction Techniques

Reproductive management programs applying physiological knowledge to increase meat and milk production in cattle. Experience in the techniques of artificial insemination and pregnancy evaluation in cattle

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION SENIOR YEAR MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY SPRING SEMESTER

BIOB475 Genome Science

Training in the modern practice of genomics and functional gene expression using DNA cloning, automated DNA sequencing, and comprehensive sequence analysis.

BIOB478 Funtional Gene Expression

Theory of eukaryotic gene expression and methods for measuring gene transcription in eukaryotic cells.

BIOB424 Ethical Practice of Science

Instruction on the ethical responsibilities of scientists and examination of policies and procedures developed by the scientific community to ensure integrity in the research process.

IMID499 Biotechnology Capstone

Participants in this seminar section will bring closure to the student’s required internship. Students will have the opportunity to refine their public speaking and writing skills through synthesis of the goals, progress, and outcome of their industrial or research laboratory experience.

BIOM400 Medical Microbiology

Selected viral, bacterial and protozoan infections of man and domestic animals will be covered with an emphasis on disease process and immune responses.

BCH444R Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Methods

This course focuses on molecular biology/biochemistry procedures integral to current research. Methods include PCR; gene cloning; DNA sequencing; and expression, isolation, purification, and characterization of the gene-encoded protein

MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION JUNIOR YEAR ANKARA UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

HGN101 Human Genomics I

DNA Structure and Function; Genetic Variation; Patterns of Inheritance; The Human Genome; Multifactorial Inheritance; Cell Division and Chromosomes; Population Genetics; Cancer Genetics

BNF101 Bioinformatics I

Introduction; Genome organization and evolution; Scientific publications and archives: media, content and access; Archives and information retrieval

IMU101 Immunology I

Immunity, Elements of innate and acquired immunity; Immunogens and antigens; Antigen-antibody interactions; Genetic basis of antibody structure; Biology of B Lymphocyte; Major histocompatibility complex; Biology of T lymphocyte; Activation and function of T and B cells; Control mechanisms in the immune response.

BCH101 Biochemistry I

Yaşam ortamı ve su, karbonhidratlar, karbonhidratlar, lipitler, lipitler, amino asitler, peptitler ve proteinler, amino asitler, peptitler ve proteinler, enzimler ve enzim kinetiği, nükleik asitler, vitaminler ve koenzimler

MDM101 Medical Microbiology

Microbial pathogenesis, viruses, human pathogenic bacteria, mycology, parasitology, control of microorganisms

INM101 Industrial Microbiology

Microbial physiology, bioprocessing, industrial processes and products

MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION JUNIOR YEAR ANKARA UNIVERSITY SPRING SEMESTER

HGN102 Human Genomics II

Chromosome Translocation; Molecular Diagnosis; Newborn Screening; Developmental Genetics; Carrier Screening; Genetic Risk Assessment; Genetic Testing for Risk of Cancer; Pharmacogenetics; Gene Therapy

BNF102 Bioinformatics II

Alignments and phylogenetic trees; Structural bioinformatics and drug discovery; Proteomics and systems biology

IMU102 Immunology II

Cytokines, Complement; Hypersensitivity reactions; Autoimmunity; Immunodeficiency and other disorders of the immune system; Transplantation immunology; Tumor immunology; Resistance and immunization to infectious diseases.

BCH102 Biochemistry II

Cell structure, introduction to metabolism, carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism, biological oxidation, photosynthesis, nucleotid biosynthesis, protein biosynthesis, aminoacid metabolism.

MCG102 Microbial Genetics

Essentials of genetics, molecular aspects of gene expression, maintenance of genetic information, genetics of bacteria and phages, the new microbial genetics

ART102 Applications in Recombinant DNA Technology

The development of moleculer biotechnology, DNA, RNA and protein synthesis, Recombinant DNA technology, chemical synthesis, amplification and sequencing of DNA, genomics and proteomics, heterologous protein production in eucaryotic cells, directed mutagenesis and protein engineering

MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION SENIOR YEAR MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

BIOM450 Microbial Physiology

An in-depth examination of microbial cell structure and function, bioenergetics, intermediary metabolism and its control, and the orchestration and regulation of cellular functions that enable microbes to adapt to and survive in their environment

BCH441 Biochemistry of Macromolecules

Biochemical basis of modern molecular biology; structure and function of proteins, nucleic acids, and membranes; replication; transcription; translation; regulation of gene expression; and recombinant DNA

BIOM494 Seminar/Workshop: Capstone

Senior capstone course. Topics offered at the upper division level which are not covered in regular courses. Students participate in preparing and presenting discussion material. When taken in the senior year, this course fulfills the senior capstone course requirement

BIOM490R Undergraduate Research

Directed undergraduate research/creative activity which may culminate in a research paper, journal article, or undergraduate thesis. Course will address responsible conduct of research

BIOM444 Virology

Fundamentals of virology with emphasis on animal viruses of medical importance. Molecular aspects of structure, replication transmission and host response to viral infection will be covered.

MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION SENIOR YEAR MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY SPRING SEMESTER

BIOM430 Applied & Environmental Microbiology

The course introduces students to complex concepts in water microbiology, food microbiology, sterility and disinfection, the use of microorganisms in manufacturing processes and in the degradation of contaminates in the environment

BIOB424 Ethical Practices of Science

Instruction on the ethical responsibilities of scientists and examination of policies and procedures developed by the scientific community to ensure integrity in the research process.

BCH442 Metabolic Regulation

In-depth biochemical treatment of metabolism and its regulation in cellular processes

BIOM452 Soil & Environmental Microbiology

Microorganisms in soil environments: Emphasis on soil microbial ecology, plant-microbe interactions, biotransformations of inorganic or organic contaminants

CHBE438 Bioprocess Engineering

Biotechnology process engineering – microbial process fundamentals, enzyme catalysis, bioreactor design and analysis, separation of biomaterials

PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION JUNIOR YEAR ANKARA UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

PLP101 Plant Physiology I

Composition of plants, diffusion, osmosis, water taking and transportations in plants, mineral nutrition, water loss in plants, chemicals and laboratory glasswares, anions and cations in ash, element analysis, analysis of starch, sugars, proteins and lipids, effect of temperature on some biological reactions, chromatographic techniques, chlorophyl extraction and determination, respiration, amilaz activity, geotropism, phototropism.

PLD101 Plant Development I

Cell divisioni cell enlargement and organogenesis, plant growth regulators, oxins, cytokinins, gibberellins, ethylene, abscisik acid, occurence and distribution, physiological rules of plant growth regulators in plants, vernalization, phytocrom, senescence.

PLG101 Plant Genomics I

Role of Model Plant Species; New Technologies for Ultra-High Throughput Genotyping in Plants; Genetic Maps and the Use of Synteny; A Simple TAE-Based Method to Generate Large Insert BAC Libraries from Plant Species; Transcript Profiling and Expression Level Mapping; Methods for Functional Proteomic Analyses; Stable Transformation of Plants; Transient Transformation of Plants; Bridging the Gene-to-Function Knowledge Gap Through Functional Genomics

BCH101 Biochemistry I

Life environment, water, carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, peptids, proteins, enzymes and enzyme kinetics, nucleic acids, vitamins, coenzymes.

BNF101 Bioinformatics I

Introduction; Genome organization and evolution; Scientific publications and archives: media, content and access; archives and information retrieval.

PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION JUNIOR YEAR ANKARA UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

PLP102 Plant Physiology II

Respiration and fermentation, growth and development, plant hormones, germination, regeneration, dormancy, apical dominancy, abscission, polarite.

PLD102 Plant Development II

Roles of microRNAs in plant development; Dorsal–ventral leaf patterning; Long-distance RNA transport and flowering; Floral meristem specification.

PLG102 Plant Genomics II

Heterologous and Cell-Free Protein Expression Systems; Functional Genomics and Structural Biology in the Definition of Gene Function; In situ Analysis of Gene Expression in Plants; Plant and Crop Databases; Plant Genome Annotation Methods; Molecular Plant Breeding: Methodology and Achievements; Practical Delivery of Genes to the Marketplace; Ecological Genomics of Natural Plant Populations; Genome Sequencing Approaches and Successes

BCH102 Biochemistry II

Cell strucrure, metabolism of some structural compounds, transportation mechanism. Lipids, carbohydarets, nucleic acids, DNA, RNA.

BNF102 Bioinformatics II

Alignments and phylogenetic trees; Structural bioinformatics and drug discovery; Proteomics and systems biology

PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION SENIOR YEAR MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SEMESTER

BIOB498 Internship

An individualized assignment arranged with an agency, business, or other organization to provide guided experience in the field.

BIOB476 Gene Construction

The goals are to provide upper level students with the opportunity of designing and building their own genes. The goal of the course is to use this design experience to learn basic techniques in cell and molecular biology

BIOM450 Micro Physiology

An in-depth examination of microbial cell structure and function, bioenergetics, intermediary metabolism and its control, and the orchestration and regulation of cellular functions that enable microbes to adapt to and survive in their environment

BIOM430 Applied & Environmental Microbiology

The course introduces students to complex concepts in water microbiology, food microbiology, sterility and disinfection, the use of microorganisms in manufacturing processes and in the degradation of contaminates in the environment

BIOM423 Mycology

This course surveys the immense diversity of fungi, including all major grouPSPP with emphasis on structures, life cycles, identification, and ecology. It provides a basis of knowledge for the rapidly expanding relevance of fungi in research, medicine, agriculture, biotechnology, and industry

PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY OPTION SENIOR YEAR MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY SPRING SEMESTER

BIOM421 Concepts in Plant Pathology

An introductory course in the study of plant diseases. Includes plant pathogens, etiology of disease, and various control strategies

BIOB430 Plant Biotechnology

Humans have historically altered plants to meet food and fiber needs. Our ability to transfer genes from organism to organism is accelerating this process. The principles of plant genetic engineering will be discussed along with hands-on laboratory

BIOB499 Plant Biotech Capstone

Participants in this seminar section will bring closure to the student’s required internship. Students will have the opportunity to refine their public speaking and writing skills through synthesis of the goals, progress, and outcome of their industrial or research laboratory experience.

BIOO460 Plant Metabolism

In-depth overview of plant metabolism: photosynthesis including C4 and CAM metabolism; intermediary carbon metabolism; lipids; nitrogen and sulfur assimilation and metabolism; amino acid biosynthesis; secondary metabolism (terpenoids, alkaloids, phenylpropanoids, flavonoids); metabolic changes during plant development.

BCH442 Metabolic Regulation

In-depth biochemical treatment of metabolism and its regulation in cellular processes.