Medical Genetics is the study of the basic principles of hereditary medical, including basic Mendelian genetics, molecular and biochemical basis of genetics, developmental genetics, genetics of complex diseases, the genetics of cancer, genetic counseling, and prenatal diagnosis. Registration in MT 432 is limited to accepted majors of MT and BTE; on a space available basis, students from other majors who have fulfilled the prerequisites may petition for enrollment.
Rigorous course in analyzing dimensions greater than one. Includes details of three basic theorems: the inverse function theorem, the implicit function theorem, and the change of variables theorem in multiple integrals. Topics include continuously differentiable functions, the chain rule, inverse and implicit function theorems, Riemann integration, partitions of unity, change of variables theorem.