May 24, 2024  
2023 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

BIOL 101 - Biology for Life


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An introduction to scientific reasoning and relevant biological concepts for non-science majors. The course emphasizes the ability to understand and evaluate critical issues in biology facing individuals and society. Topics covered include: growth and reproduction of cells and organisms, human genetics, human health and disease, how organisms evolve, and how living organisms interact with their environment. For non-science majors only; cannot be utilized for credit towards the biology major or minor. Three lecture and two laboratory hours each week. Fall, Spring, and occasional Summers. Prerequisite(s): None.