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|BIOL 160 - Introduction to Organismal Biology|
An introduction to the organismal, population, community, and ecosystem levels of biological organization for students intending to major in Biology. The course examines the processes of evolution, the diversity of the biological world, and the interactions of organisms and their environment. Laboratory periods concentrate on developing basic skills of observation, measuring and interpreting data, and the reading and reporting of experimental work. Offered Fall semester only. Note: Students cannot receive credit for both 23.108 Biology II and BIOL 160 Introduction to Organismal Biology.
Prerequisite: MATH 095 General Mathematics or a satisfactory score on the mathematics placement exam.
1.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours
Levels: Non-Matriculated, Post-Baccalaureate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture/Lab, Lecture, Lab
Undergraduate Level Course, 3 hour/wk laboratory component