Carnegie Mellon University

Modeling Evolution

Course Number: 02-331

Introduction of population genetic theory as a lens for the understanding and interpretation of modern datasets, such as datasets of human world-wide genomic and epigenomic variation or tumor genomic heterogeneity.

Semester(s): Spring
Prerequisite(s): 15-112, 21-241, 36-225, 36-218, 21-325, 15-259
Location(s): Pittsburgh



Learning Objectives

By the end of the course, you should have learned to build evolutionary models, as well as the basic differences between idealized models and the data you might encounter in real life.