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BIOL 1401 (4-3-2) Principles of BiologyIntroductory course dealing with the basic principles applicable to all living organisms. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the human body systems, human diseases, and advances in medicine, especially those related to human genetics. Interactions between humans and other living organisms, bioethics, as well as human impact on the environment, will also be examined. Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
BIOL 1401HR (4-3-2) Honors Principles of BiologyIntroductory course dealing with the basic principles applicable to all living organisms. Includes the study of ecological concepts and the structure and function of the various kingdoms within the ecosystem. Specific groups examined will include bacteria, fungi, algae, plants, and animals, with an overview of the human body systems. Cell structure and function, and genetics will also be examined. The Honors Program curriculum supplements and complements the traditional curriculum of this course.
Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program.