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  1. BIO 1070 Environmental Science I

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    An introductory course in environmental science. The course includes basic ecological principles, energy flow, ecosystems, evolution, biodiversity, population dynamics, major pollutants and an introduction to risk management involved in government policy making, and legislation. (All)

    Prerequisites:
    (ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE OR CWR0050LE) AND (MTH0140LE OR MTH1310LE OR MTH2010LE OR MTH2310LE OR MTH2350LE OR MTH2410LE OR MTH2510LE OR CAL0020LE OR CCA0010LE OR CCA0020LE OR CTR0010LE OR CTR0020LE OR CTR0030LE OR ACM0040LE OR ACM0050LE OR ACM0060LE OR ACM0070LE)
    Corequisites:
  2. BIO 1080 Environmental Science II

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    An introductory course in environmental science emphasizing the principles of nutrition, resource management, environmental health and toxicology, natural and physical resources, air, climate, weather, the effects of air and water pollution and acid rain. (Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisites:
    (ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE OR CWR0050LE) AND (MTH0140LE OR MTH1310LE OR MTH2010LE OR MTH2310LE OR MTH2350LE OR MTH2510LE OR CAL0020LE OR CCA0010LE OR CCA0020LE OR CTR0010LE OR CTR0020LE OR CTR0030LE OR ACM0040LE OR ACM0050LE OR ACM0060LE OR ACM0070LE)
    Corequisites:
  3. BIO 1095 Environmental Science Lab

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $25.00
    Course Description:

    A series of experiments designed to enhance the material discussed in BIO 1070/BIO 1080. (All)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    BIO1070LE OR BIO1080LE
  4. BIO 1100 Oceanography

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This is an introductory course, which deals with the basic physical and chemical aspects of oceanography. Oceanography connects the atmosphere, earth, and ocean and the interactions between them. Topics to be covered include the origin and evolution of oceans, physical and chemical properties of ocean waters, physical and chemical processes that operate in oceans, climate/weather patterns, and the interaction between humans, oceans, and the atmosphere. Some environmental issues related to oceans are also addressed.(Fall)

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  5. BIO 1200 Intro to Anatomy and Physiology

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $10.00
    Course Description:

    This course provides an introduction to the structure and function of the major organ systems of the human body using a systemic approach. This course includes a study of models, charts, and computer programs in anatomy and physiology. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of basic terminology and concepts pertaining to the disciplines of anatomy and physiology. (Fall, Spring)

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    Corequisites:
  6. BIO 1230 Anatomy and Physiology I

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course is the first course of the Anatomy and Physiology sequence. Provides an introduction to body organization, including structure/function relationships, homeostasis, and organizational levels. Gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems are discussed. Lab course required. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    (CAL0020LE OR CAL0025LE OR CCA0010LE OR CCA0020LE OR CCA0025LE OR CTR0010LE OR CTR0020LE OR CTR0030LE OR ACM0040LE OR ACM0050LE OR ACM0060LE OR ACM0070LE OR MTH0140LE OR MTH1310LE OR MTH2010LE OR MTH2310LE OR MTH2350LE OR MTH2410LE OR MTH2510LE) AND (CCH0020LE OR (CHM1010LE AND CHM1015LB) OR (CHM1610LE AND CHM1615LB))
    Corequisites:
    BIO1235LB
  7. BIO 1235 Anatomy and Physiology I Lab

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $115.00
    Course Description:

    Topics of the lab align to the lecture course. Each student is responsible for the dissection of a cat, sheep brain, as well as extensive use of human models and charts. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of anatomical and physiological aspects of cells and tissues, and the integumentary skeletal, muscular and nervous system. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    BIO1230LE
  8. BIO 1240 Anatomy and Physiology II

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course is a continuation of BIO 1230. This course focuses on gross and microscopic structure and function, as well as an emphasis on the homeostatic control mechanisms of each organ system. Lab course required.

    Prerequisites:
    (BIO1230LE AND BIO1235LB)
    Corequisites:
    BIO1245LB
  9. BIO 1245 Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $90.00
    Course Description:

    Topics of the lab align to the lecture course. The lab course focuses on practical applications of the material presented in lecture. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of anatomical and physiological aspects of the endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and reproductive systems. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    BIO1230LE AND BIO1235LB
    Corequisites:
    BIO1240LE
  10. BIO 1720 Microbiology

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course covers principles of microbiology, including microbial structure, metabolism, and growth. With emphasis on microorganisms and human disease, this course explores the identification and control of pathogens, disease transmission, host resistance, and immunity. Immunology is also studied. The lab course develops techniques in the preparation, handling and identification of a variety of microbial cultures. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of microorganisms and the disease process as well as aseptic and sterile techniques. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    (BIO1230LE AND BIO1235LB) OR (BIO2010LE AND BIO2015LB)
    Corequisites:
    BIO1725LB
  11. BIO 1725 Microbiology Lab

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    3
    Lab Fee:
    $150.00
    Course Description:

    Topics of the lab align to the lecture course. This lab develops techniques in the preparation, handling and identification of a variety of microbial cultures. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of microorganisms and the disease process as well as aseptic and sterile techniques. (Fall, Spring

    Prerequisites:
    (BIO1230LE AND BIO1235LB) OR (BIO2010LE AND BIO2015LB)
    Corequisites:
    BIO1720LE
  12. BIO 199 Biology Elective

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Biology Elective

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  13. BIO 1990 Transfer-In 100 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  14. BIO 1991 Transfer Module 100 level transfer

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  15. BIO 2010 Biology I

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    4
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course explores general biological problems and processes as they are experienced by all living organisms; the chemistry and energetics of life, molecular genetics, cellular reproduction, evolution and ecology. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    (CWR0050LE OR ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE) AND (MTH0140LE OR MTH1310LE OR MTH2010LE OR MTH2310LE OR MTH2350LE OR MTH2410LE OR MTH2510LE OR CAL0020LE OR CCA0010LE OR CCA0020LE OR CTR0010LE OR CTR0020LE OR CTR0030LE OR ACM0040LE OR ACM0050LE OR ACM0060LE OR ACM0070LE)
    Corequisites:
  16. BIO 2015 Biology Laboratory I

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    3
    Lab Fee:
    $81.00
    Course Description:

    Topics of the lab align to the lecture course. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    BIO2010LE
  17. BIO 2020 Biology II

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    4
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course explores general biological problems and processes as they are experienced by all living organisms; organism diversity, evolution, basic plant and animal systems, hormones and immunology. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    (CWR0050LE OR ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE) AND (MTH0140LE OR MTH1310LE OR MTH2010LE OR MTH2310LE OR MTH2350LE OR MTH2410LE OR MTH2510LE OR CAL0020LE OR CCA0010LE OR CCA0020LE OR CTR0010LE OR CTR0020LE OR CTR0030LE OR ACM0040LE OR ACM0050LE OR ACM0060LE OR ACM0070LE)
    Corequisites:
  18. BIO 2025 Biology Laboratory II

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    3
    Lab Fee:
    $81.00
    Course Description:

    Topics of the lab align to the lecture course. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    BIO2020LE
  19. BIO 2100 Nutrition

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Application of fundamental nutrition principles in studying the role of major nutrients in a healthy diet. Discussion topics include current nutrition concepts and controversies including The Revised Food Pyramid, The Glycemic Index, World Hunger and changing nutritional needs over the human lifespan. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  20. BIO 2990 Transfer-In 200 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites: