PLAS 420 or AGRO 820 – Bioinformatics Applications in Agriculture

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Instructor(s): Dr. Keenan Amundsen

Number of Credit Hours: 3

Description: Introduction to applied computational methods to analyze biological data, efficiently manipulate large data sets, and automate workflows. Learn strategies for assembling and analyzing data generated by modern high throughput sequencing platforms.

Prerequisites: AGRO 215 (Genetics) or equivalent. Undergraduate students must be at the senior class level standing.

Course Requirements & Materials:

  • Technical Requirements: PC or laptop/notebook, high-speed Internet access, Windows software package. All materials will be available via Canvas.

This Course is Ideal For…

  • Graduate students interested in learning more about bioinformatics

Questions About This Course or How to Register? Contact Lisa Hilfiker at or (402) 472-8393.