Courses are delivered online with a schedule designed for working professionals. There are five courses followed by a capstone.
Courses in the Certificate in Applied Genomics are delivered online with a schedule designed for working professionals. Participants will benefit from dynamic, live class sessions led by KGI faculty and genomics subject matter experts, in addition to hands-on activities designed to emphasize course learning objectives. There are five courses followed by a capstone.
As enrolled KGI students, participants will also have access to all of the resources and services available to students at The Claremont Colleges, including library access and opportunities to engage with an innovative learning community.
Yes, you may enroll in course as a stand alone course or you may complete the entire Certificate in Applied Genomics.
For CAG 9001, the prerequisite is an advanced degree in a relevant field of biology.
For all other courses, successful completion of CAG 9001 or an advanced degree in a relevant field of biology is required.
Yes, these courses are currently being offered online via Zoom and will include both synchronous meetings and asynchronous work on Canvas, KGI’s Learning Management System.
There will be a minimum of approximately 1.5 hours of asynchronous work required between class sessions
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