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BIOL 1050 & BIOL 1050L (Introduction to Environmental Science)
This survey course deals with the characteristics of ecosystems and the issues of overpopulation, energy utilization, pollution (air, water, and soil), pesticide use, land use, and techniques for sustaining the environment.
BIOL 1060 & BIOL 1060L (Marine Biology)
This course is an introduction to the marine environment and includes a general survey of marine habitats and the organisms that occupy those habitats. This course will also emphasize the impact of human activities on marine environments.
BIOL 1107 & BIOL 1107L (Principles of Biology I)
This course includes some major concepts of the biological sciences. Among these are introductory material, basic inorganic and organic chemistry, biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, energy processes and relationships, genetics, and the diversity of life.
BIOL 1108 & BIOL 1108L (Principles of Biology II)
This course includes, in detail, some major concepts of the biological sciences. Among these are higher plant anatomy and physiology; an overview of the animal systems with emphasis on the human organism; principles of ecology; and the theory of evolution, history, evidences, and applications.
BIOL 2111K (Human Anatomy & Physiology I)
This course introduces the structure and function of the human body beginning with the study of cell structure and function, tissue types, and continuing with the study of the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems. Laboratory exercises are required as part of this course.
BIOL 2112K (Human Anatomy & Physiology II)
This course is a study of the endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, lymphatic, excretory, and reproductive systems. Laboratory exercises are required as part of this course.
BIOL 2115K (General Microbiology)
This introductory course studies microbes with an emphasis on bacteria. Topics include morphology, growth, staining procedures, procedures to control growth, immunology, diseases, and procedures used to identify the organism. Laboratory exercises are required as part of this course.
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