According to the University of Arkansas's cell and molecular biology program, it is an interdisciplinary graduate program that examines various aspects of cell function, structure, metabolism and chemical functions on, within and between cells. Students examine biomolecular interactions, relationships between biomolecular reactions and observed cellular properties, molecular genetics, protein chemistry and biological structures. Students also study the use of molecular detection methods in the detection or characterization of biological states in animal and plant sciences, systematics, forensics and health care.

Analytical & Quantitative Abilities Attention to Detail
Communication Independence
Initiative Logical
Numerical Computation Operate Scientific Equipment
Organization Problem Solving
People & Technology Skills Persistence
Teamwork Visual Understanding

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