Apr 22, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

BI 108 - Topics in Organismal Biology

This lecture and laboratory course will emphasize scientific modes of inquiry through the study of topics pertaining to the organismal level of biological organization. Examples of specific topics that may be explored in a given semester are: human biology; animal behavior; embryology of plants and animals; physiological responses of plants and animals to the environment; the biology of a particular group of organisms, for example, plants, invertebrates, microorganisms, and human parasites.

Full course
Misc. Notes: Biology 106, 108, and 110 are laboratory courses designed for students who are not science majors. May be repeatable as long as the topic is different. These courses may not be counted toward the biology major or minor.
Laboratory Fee: yes
Liberal Studies Curriculum: Processes of Scientific Reasoning or CORE: Scientific Inquiry