Biology Course Description(s)
BIOL1015 Introduction to Biology (3)
A survey of key biological principles including subject areas of cell structure, physiology, zoology, botany, ecology, genetics and evolution. Course goals include helping students develop an understanding of the nature and processes of science, and exploring how key biological concepts apply to citizens. It is designed for the general student and will not meet major requirements for degrees in Biology.
BIOL1015L Introduction to Biology Laboratory (1)
A study of selected topics in a laboratory setting intended to reinforce concepts taught in BIOL1015, and to facilitate learning of the processes of science. Corequisites: BIOL1015
BIOL1040 Environmental Science (3)
A study of the issues pertaining to environmental sustainability including topics such as population growth, energy, pollution, and conserving biodiversity. A central theme is Christian stewardship.
BIOL1060 Human Biology (3)
Selected topics related to the human body with particular emphasis on the integration of form and function as well as genetics and ethics. This course does not apply toward major requirements in biology.
BIOL1060L Human Biology Laboratory (1)
A laboratory study using selected topics relating to the human body, which is intended to be taught in connection with BIOL1060. This course does not apply toward major requirements in biology. Fees: Additional fee required. Corequisites: BIOL1060