Thursday, March 03, 2005

 
College Biology I (BIO101) (non-science majors) 4 Credits

A course designed to develop, from a conceptual approach, meaningful understanding of some fundamental principles of the living world. Particular emphasis will be placed on the unity and diversity of life forms and their relationship to each other and to their environment. This course can be taken to satisfy the science requirement of a non-science major, and can be taken independent of, before, or after BIO102. Laboratory Fee. This course is offerred during the Fall semester and Summer I term in both the day and evening.


College Biology II (BIO102) (non-science majors) 4 Credits

A conceptional approach places emphasis on human biology and human ecology. Basic priniciples concerning the structure and function of human body systems in both health and disease will be studied. This course can be taken to satisfy the science requirements for non-science majors, and can be taken independent of, before, or after BIO101. Laboratory Fee. This course is offerred during the Fall semester during the day, the Spring Semester in both the day and evening and Summer II term during the day.

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