The department of biology believes that diversity is crucial to our pursuit of academic excellence, and is deeply committed to creating a diverse and inclusive community. Curiosity is the raw ingredient of knowledge it causes us to ask questions, to seek answers, to learn at northern michigan university, natural curiosity and intellectual challenge meet in stimulating classes grounded in the liberal arts. 1108/biol 1108 biology for non-science majors laboratory i (0-2) laboratory activities will reinforce a survey of biological principles with an emphasis on humans, including chemistry of life, cells, structure, function, and reproduction.
Course descriptions biol 110 (nw) principles of biology (1) introduces principles and concepts which apply to all living organisms with special emphasis on humans and their societies, including bioethical concerns and the applications and limits of scientific method. Cell biology is a course for biology majors focusing on eukaryotic cells general topics include the structure and function of principal cellular components, energy metabolism, signal transduction, apoptosis, the cell cycle, gene expression, and an introduction to cancer biology. Biology course offerings bi 101 general biology (5) the major principles and methods of biology designed for students not intending to pursue further study in the biological sciences three hours of lecture and one two-hour laboratory period per week includes, ecology, the diversity of life, and an introduction to evolution.
Biol-100 fundamentals of biology credit(s): 4 this course provides a general overview of evolution, the five kingdoms, dna, cell structure, genetics, and human systems biol-100 is designed to give non-biology majors a better understanding and appreciation of the living world. A one semester college-level biology course that deals with important concepts surrounding biology it will cover some basic chemistry, the cell structures and their functions, cell division, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, dna and rna and some basic genetics. This course is intended to meet the requirements of students in the fields of nursing, physical therapy, recreational therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training, chiropractic, psychology, physical education, and biology or those who wish to extend their knowledge of the human body beyond the scope of introductory biology.
Course description: fundamental principles of living organisms will be studied, including physical and chemical properties of life, organization, function, evolutionary adaptation, and classification study and examination of the concepts of cytology, reproduction, genetics, and scientific reasoning are included. Course integrates principles of ecology and marine biology to examine marine biodiversity loss resulting from overexploitation, habitat loss, invasion, climate change, and pollution course examines consequences of biodiversity loss to marine ecosystems and discusses the efficacy of various management regimes. The following course descriptions and requirements for the ba and bs in biology are from the 2010-2011 catalog for your convenience only you are obligated by all rules and regulations found in the original catalog from the year you entered.
This course introduces the principles and concepts of biology emphasis is on basic biological chemistry, cell structure and function, metabolism and energy transformation, genetics. Course descriptions microbiology, or zoology course applicable toward the biology major or biology minor may be repeated once to earn a minimum grade of c to. Course descriptions are approved by the academic senate and maintained by the registrar's office to browse courses by subject area, click on the subject name to search courses, enter keyword(s) in the field and click the search button. Founded in 1842, the citadel is a landmark in charleston and south carolina that is noted for its educational reputation as well as its rich history. This course is not required for bs in biology however, this course is a prerequisite for the career development courses, internship in biology (398), co-op in biology (498), special problems in biology (491/492.
This course is ideal for those interested in whole organism biology and in molecular cell biology as we focus upon the study of developmental systems and the underlying principles and molecular mechanisms involved in cellular differentiation, morphogenesis and growth. No description available biol 114: field biology for non-science majors 300 credits a hands-on course in field biology for non-science majors students will learn basic concepts about ecology and environmental science through outdoor activities and exploration of a variety of ecosystems. See related readings under course and academic advisement policies information for general course description, general prerequisites, and proper contract form requirements a maximum of six credits from biology 446 and/or biology 456 can be counted towards a degree in biology or microbiology.
Special courses or workshops in selected topics of biology specific topics may be developed by faculty or by students in consultation with a faculty member this course my be repeated for a cumulative total of 4 credit hours. Undergraduate program course descriptions biol 1306: general biology i [tccn:biol 1306]-the scientific study of life at the molecular and cellular levels including mechanisms of inheritance, development and evolution. Biol 100 horizons in biology credit 1 1 lecture hour introduction to the study of biology at texas a&m university gain knowledge of departmental and campus resources to assist and enhance the pursuit of a degree in biology, microbiology, molecular and cellular biology or zoology.
Course description biology courses for full course descriptions (including the pre-requisites and co-requisites), please see the csusm catalog. Access teaching tips, information, resources, and other helpful content for every ap course. The uw course descriptions are updated regularly during the academic year all announcements in the general catalog and course catalog are subject to change without notice and do not constitute an agreement between the university of washington and the student students should assume the. Biology course descriptions biol 100 science and society intended for non-science majors, although a total of two credit hours from this course or biology 106 may be applied toward the biology major.