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BIOL 1103 Introductory Biology I
Credit Hours 3.0
Corequisites BIOL 1103L
Description

Introduction to fundamental concepts in biology, with an emphasis on evolution, cell structure and function, basic chemistry of life, gene structure and function, cell division, and genetics. Application of these concepts to issues affecting society. This course does not fulfill the requirements for a major in biology.

BIOL 1103L Introductory Biology I Lab
Credit Hours 1.0
Corequisites BIOL 1103
Description

Laboratory based application of topics covered in the lecture. This course does not fulfill the requirements for a major in biology.

BIOL 1104 Introductory Biology II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites BIOL 1103K or BIOL 1103 and BIOL 1103L with grades of D or higher
Corequisites BIOL 1104L
Description

Introduction to fundamental concepts in biology, with an emphasis on evolution, anatomy, physiology, classification and ecological relationships. Application of these concepts to issues affecting society. This course does not fulfill the requirements for a major in biology.

BIOL 1104L Introductory Biology II Laboratory
Credit Hours 1.0
Corequisites BIOL 1104
Description

Laboratory based application of topics covered in the lecture. This course does not fulfill the requirements for a major in biology.

BIOL 2107 Principles of Biology I
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites CHEM 1211K or CHEM 1211 and CHEM 1211L with a C or higher
Corequisites BIOL 2107L
Description

Introduction to scientific method, theory and experimentation, cell chemistry, enzymes, metabolism, photosynthesis, genetics, and evolution, and a survey of selected organisms. Fulfills Biology major requirement.

BIOL 2107L Principles of Biology I Laboratory
Credit Hours 1.0
Corequisites BIOL 2107
Description

Laboratory based application of topics covered in the lecture. Fulfills Biology major requirement.

BIOL 2108 Principles of Biology II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites BIOL 2107K or BIOL 2107 and BIOL 2107L, each with a C or higher
Corequisites BIOL 2108L
Description

The biology of organisms with emphasis on structure, physiology, ecology, and evolutionary mechanisms and relationships. Fulfills Biology major requirement.

BIOL 2108L Principles of Biology II Laboratory
Credit Hours 1.0
Corequisites BIOL 2108
Description

Laboratory based application of topics covered in the lecture. Fulfills Biology major requirement.

BIOL 2110L Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory
Credit Hours 1.0
Corequisites BIOL 2110
Description

Laboratory based application of topics covered in the lecture.

BIOL 2120 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites BIOL 2110K or BIOL 2110 and BIOL 2110L, each with a 'C' or better
Corequisites BIOL 2120L
Description

Survey of the major organ systems in the human body. Chemical principles related to physiology are included.

BIOL 2120L Human Anatomy and Physiology II Laboratory
Credit Hours 1.0
Corequisites BIOL 2120
Description

Laboratory based application of topics covered in the lecture.

BIOL 2300 Microbiology and Public Health
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites one year each of high school biology and chemistry recommended
Description

An introduction to infectious disease agents of significance in individual and community health settings. The characteristics, symptoms, diagnosis, control, and treatment of infectious diseases will be considered. The course is designed primarily for students who intend to enter one of the health professions.

BIOL 2310 Microbiology and Public Health Laboratory
Credit Hours 1.0
Prerequisites BIOL 2300 with grade of D or higher, or concurrently
Description

Three laboratory hours a week. Basic laboratory techniques for culture and identification of microbes.

Fees $50
BIOL 2650K Life Sci
Credit Hours 4.0
Prerequisites Exit or exemption from MATH 0997, ENGL 0999, and all ESL requirements and EDUC 2110, or students with degrees
Description

For Middle School. There will be laboratory work in a local
school lab, Internet-based projects, and lab exercises
conducted in the home. This course does not meet program
of study requirements for the associate’s degree in
Education.