Course Information - Non-science Majors

Introductory Biology Course Descriptions/Prerequisites
 

BIOL 1001 General Biology, 3 credits (3 hours lecture)

Taught Fall, Spring and Summer

Credit will not be given for this course and BIOL 1201. For non-science majors. Not for degree credit for a student majoring in a biological science. General concepts in cell biology, genetics, ecology, and evolution.

 

BIOL 1002 General Biology, 3 credits (3 hours lecture)

Taught Fall, Spring and Summer

Prerequisites: BIOL 1001 or 1201.

Credit will not be given for this course and BIOL 1202. For non-science majors. Not for degree credit for a student majoring in a biological science. Diversity, interactions, and life histories of microorganisms, fungi, plants, and animals.

 

BIOL  1005 General Biology,  2 credits (1 hour lecture; 3 hours laboratory)

Taught Fall, Spring and Summer

Prerequisites: credit in BIOL 1001 and creditor registration in BIOL 1002;

Credit not allowed for students who have had BIOL 1208 or 1209. Basic principles of biology including cell biology, genetics, ecology, evolution, diversity, and systems physiology.