Biology Studies 163
This introductory biology laboratory course provides a laboratory-centered study of the structure, function and adaptations of living organisms. Topics range from ecology and cells to heredity and body systems. Emphasis is placed on biological concepts and applications which can be related to the student’s experience. This course provides reinforcement of scientific concepts, stresses the development of reading and study habits, utilizes multiple assessments of skills/content mastery, and includes consistent practice with laboratory skills. This course fulfills the science graduation requirement.
- Placement is by departmental recommendation.