2003 - 2004
Biological Sciences Coordinator: W. Judd; staff from Departments of Botany and Zoology.
BSC 2007 Biological Sciences: Cells, Organisms and Genetics.
The relationships between structure and function and their controlling genetic mechanisms are explored at the cellular and organismal level. Modern concepts of physiology and genetics are stressed. Emphasis is placed on the human body and the practical application of principles of heredity to man. Recommended for students not majoring in the natural sciences. BSC 1005 or 2005 is equivalent to this course and you may not receive credit for both courses.(B)
BSC 2008 Biological Sciences: Evolution, Ecology and Behavior.
The study of evolution, the development of interrelationships between organisms and their environment and the biological basis of behavior are explored. Special emphasis is given to human evolution, behavior and role within the ecosystem. Recommended for students not majoring in the natural sciences. BSC 1006 or 2006 is equivalent to this course and you may not receive credit for both courses. (B)
BSC 2009L Laboratory in Biological Sciences.
A laboratory available to those students who wish to gain experience in a nonprofessionally oriented laboratory, or for those needing laboratory experience to satisfy requirements for graduation. (B)
General Biology Core Sequence: A two-semester series that prepares students for advanced courses in biological sciences and allied fields.
BSC 2010 Integrated Principles of Biology I.
A study of the origin of life systems; of biological molecules, and organization of living things at the subcellular, cellular and organismic levels; and of the activities of living forms in obtaining and utilizing energy and materials in growth, maintenance and reproduction.(B)
BSC 2010L, Integrated Principles of Biology Laboratory I.
Credits: 1; Coreq: BSC 2010 or equivalent.
Laboratory experiments designed to accompany BSC 2010. Students must register for BSC 2010 and BSC 2010L concurrently. (B)
BSC 2011 Integrated Principles of Biology II.
Credits: 3; Prereq: BSC 2010C.
An examination in living things of the principles of information storage, transmission and utilization at the levels of the cell, organism and population; of the mechanisms of evolutionary change in the diversification of living things and their life styles; of population growth and regulation; and of energy flow and biogeochemical cycling in the biosphere. (B)
BSC 2011L, Integrated Principles of Biology Laboratory II.
Credits: 1; Coreq: BSC 2011 or equivalent.
Laboratory experiments designed to accompany BSC 2011. Students must register for BSC 2011 and BSC 2011L concurrently. (B)
BSC 2930 Special Topics.
Credits: 1 to 4.
Special topics in General Biology
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