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BIOL 1010 - Cells, DNA, and Evolution [Description]

This course introduces basic chemical and cellular levels of life, provides an overview of genetics and evolution, and describes the major taxonomic categories of living organisms. Major topics include basic inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, cell structure and function, energy flow through cells, Mendelian genetics, DNA and proteins, and evolution. This is a non-lab course intended for non-science majors. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40085 ONLINE
10
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Wadkowski, S
3
 

BIOL 1020 - Organismal Biology and Ecology [Description]

This course provides an introduction to the organismic biology of plants and animals, basic ecology, and the effects of human disturbance on the Earth's life support systems. Major topics include plant and animal structure and function, population and community ecology, and environmental impacts. This is a non-lab course intended for non-science majors. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40432 ONLINE
20
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Sheykhani, R
3
 

BIOL 1030 - Environmental Issues [Description]

This course examines the major environmental issues facing the world including pollution, population growth, soil erosion, destruction of forests and other natural areas, climate changes and other environmental impacts induced by human activity. It introduces a wide spectrum of viewpoints on what constitutes an environmental problem, as well as the controversies about appropriate remedial measures. The course analyzes problems and emphasizes the successful search for solutions. It develops a number of themes across a broad range of environmental issues including sustainability, the global economy, the global environment, short-term versus long-term gains, and the trade-off involved in balancing environmental problems and solutions. This non-laboratory course is intended for non-science majors. Because of similarities in content, students who have taken BIOL 1170 Ecology and Environmental Biology should not take this course. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40255 ONLINE
17
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Vieira, S
3
 

BIOL 1140 - Human Biology [Description]

This course introduces the fundamentals of human structure and function at the chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, and system levels. Specific topics include the chemistry of life, cell structure and function, patterns of inheritance and human genetics, and the structure and functions of the body systems. The course includes the study of homeostasis, tissues, and the integumentary, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, immune, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. This is a non-lab course intended for non-science majors. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40105 ONLINE
6
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Wadkowski, S
3
40549 ONLINE
20
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Wadkowski, S
3
 

BIOL 1200 - Biology/Health Tech [Description / Fees]

This course provides an introduction to the concepts and principles of biology for students interested in pursuing a degree in the health sciences. Students seeking a degree in the health sciences are required to take BIOL 1200 if they have not had high school biology and chemistry in the past five years. Science majors interested in taking BIOL 2210 should take BIOL 1510 prior to taking BIOL 2210. Major topic areas include biological chemistry, cellular structure and function, and the basic energy relationships of cells. Additionally, this course includes cell division, molecular biology, genetics and heredity, and early embryologic development. This course has both a lecture and laboratory component. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) (TM) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $40.00

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40051 LECTURE
18
MTWR 09:00 AM-10:55 AM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3028 MAIN
Wadkowski, S
4
40052 LAB
18
MTWR 11:00 AM-12:55 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3028 MAIN
Wadkowski, S
0
 

BIOL 1510 - Princ of Biology 1 [Description / Prerequisite / Fees]

Prerequisite: high school biology or BIOL 1010 or permission of instructor. This course introduces students to the organization of living systems, energy transfer, and continuity of life, biodiversity, and classification of living things for the science major. The topics include biological history, structure and functions of cells and cellular organelles, cell division, general biochemistry, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, DNA structure and function, protein synthesis, heredity, evolution, animal development, and classification. It also introduces viruses, prokaryotes, Protista, and fungi. This course has both a lecture and laboratory component. It provides the prerequisite for BIOL 1520 Principles of Biology II and other advanced courses in biology. Science majors interested in taking BIOL 2210 are advised to take this course prior to BIOL 2210. Students seeking a degree in the health sciences should take BIOL 1200. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) (TM, TAG) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $40.00

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40242 LECTURE
20
MTWRF 09:00 AM-10:30 AM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) U 221C MAIN-UC
Vieira, S
4
40243 LAB
20
MTWRF 10:45 AM-12:15 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) U 221C MAIN-UC
Vieira, S
0
 

BIOL 1520 - Princ of Biology 2 [Description / Prerequisite / Fees]

Prerequisite: BIOL 1510 or equivalent. This course builds on the concepts introduced in BIOL 1510 Principles of Biology I. It provides an overview of the structural and functional characteristics of animals and plants and the basic concepts of ecology. This course introduces the major animal and plant phyla and examines their taxonomic, evolutionary, and organizational relationships, and their life cycles. Additional topics include animal tissues, organs, and organ systems; the structure and function of vascular plants; and ecology. This course has both a lecture and laboratory component. This course and BIOL 1510 provide a general introduction to the biological sciences for the science major. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) (TM, TAG) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $40.00

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40401 LECTURE
13
MTWRF 09:00 AM-10:30 AM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3025 MAIN
Rosemier, J
4
40402 LAB
13
MTWRF 10:45 AM-12:15 PM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3025 MAIN
Rosemier, J
0
 

BIOL 2210 - Anatomy/Physiology 1 [Description / Prerequisite / Fees]

Prerequisite: high school chemistry or CHEM 1100, high school biology in the last five years; or BIOL 1200. This course introduces the organization of the human body in the context of the unifying concepts of feedback regulation and homeostasis. The course assumes a general knowledge of cell structure and function and begins with a study of tissues and a general introduction to organs and systems. It then provides detailed study of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. This course has both a lecture and laboratory component. This course and BIOL 2220 Anatomy and Physiology II provide students with a general introduction to the biology of the human body. All students are strongly encouraged to take BIOL 1200 Fundamentals of Biology for the Health Technologies or BIOL 1510 Principles of Biology I prior to taking this course. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) (TM) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $40.00

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CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40073 LECTURE
18
MTWR 06:00 PM-07:15 PM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A3022 MAIN
Nussbaum, J
4
40074 LAB
18
MTWR 07:30 PM-08:50 PM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A3022 MAIN
Nussbaum, J
0
40249 LECTURE
4
MTWRF 11:45 AM-01:15 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3022 MAIN
Landis, J
4
40250 LAB
4
MTWRF 01:30 PM-03:00 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3022 MAIN
Landis, J
0
40480 LECTURE
18
MTWR 06:00 PM-07:55 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) U 221A MAIN-UC
Rosemier, J
4
40481 LAB
18
MTWR 08:00 PM-09:55 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) U 221A MAIN-UC
Rosemier, J
0
40214 LECTURE
3
MTWRF 08:00 AM-09:30 AM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3022 MAIN
Landis, J
4
40215 LAB
3
MTWRF 09:45 AM-11:15 AM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3022 MAIN
Landis, J
0
40071 LECTURE
9
MTWR 08:00 AM-09:55 AM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3022 MAIN
Nussbaum, J
4
40072 LAB
9
MTWR 10:00 AM-11:55 AM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3022 MAIN
Nussbaum, J
0
 

BIOL 2220 - Anatomy/Physiology 2 [Description / Prerequisite / Fees]

Prerequisite: BIOL 2210. This course continues the study of the human body begun in BIOL 2210 Anatomy and Physiology I. The course examines the relationships between endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, reproductive and urinary body systems along with the regulatory mechanisms which integrate them. The course also includes considerations of nutrient absorption and delivery, metabolism, excretory function, and acid-base balance. This course has both a lecture and laboratory component. This course and BIOL 2210 provide students with a general introduction to the biology of the human body. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) (TM) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $40.00

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40054 LECTURE
12
MTWR 08:00 AM-09:55 AM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3024 MAIN
Nussbaum, J
4
40055 LAB
12
MTWR 10:00 AM-11:55 AM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3024 MAIN
Nussbaum, J
0
40077 LECTURE
7
MTWRF 08:00 AM-09:30 AM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3024 MAIN
Landis, J
4
40078 LAB
7
MTWRF 09:45 AM-11:15 AM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3024 MAIN
Landis, J
0
40335 LECTURE
10
MTWR 06:00 PM-07:55 PM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3024 MAIN
Musial, A
4
40336 LAB
10
MTWR 08:00 PM-09:55 PM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3024 MAIN
Musial, A
0
40377 LECTURE
12
MTWRF 11:45 AM-01:15 PM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3024 MAIN
Landis, J
4
40378 LAB
12
MTWRF 01:30 PM-03:00 PM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3024 MAIN
Landis, J
0
 

BIOL 2700 - Microbiology [Description / Prerequisite / Fees]

Prerequisite: BIOL 1520 or BIOL 2210 or admission to the Biotechnology Science program. This course, designed for allied health and biotechnology science students, introduces the study of microorganisms and their impact on human health. It focuses on the interactions between human hosts and microbes as well as microbial cell organization, patterns of growth and metabolism, and identifications of medically important microbes. Topics include bacterial cell structure and function; bacterial growth and reproduction; physical and chemical control methods of microbes; relevant characteristics of medically important bacteria; general characteristics of fungi, protozoa, and viruses, and human diseases caused by these microbes; disease transmission; microbial pathogenesis; host defense mechanisms; antimicrobial drugs; and microbial drug resistance. This course has both a lecture and a laboratory component. (6 contact hours: 3 lecture, 3 lab) (TM) [Catalog Entry]
ADDITIONAL FEES: $45.00

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40057 LECTURE
9
MTWR 08:00 AM-09:55 AM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3030 MAIN
Khoretonenko, M
4
40058 LAB
9
MTWR 10:00 AM-11:55 AM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3030 MAIN
Khoretonenko, M
0
40060 LECTURE
4
MTWR 06:00 PM-07:55 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3030 MAIN
Musial, A
4
40061 LAB
4
MTWR 08:00 PM-09:55 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A3030 MAIN
Musial, A
0
40079 LECTURE
17
MTWR 08:00 AM-09:55 AM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3030 MAIN
Khoretonenko, M
4
40081 LAB
17
MTWR 10:00 AM-11:55 AM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3030 MAIN
Khoretonenko, M
0
40259 LECTURE
20
MTWR 01:00 PM-02:55 PM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3030 MAIN
Nussbaum, J
4
40260 LAB
20
MTWR 03:00 PM-04:55 PM 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) A3030 MAIN
Nussbaum, J
0