INTRO TO BIOLOGICAL THINKING

BIOLOGY 199D

Students will develop a solid conceptual foundation for understanding core biological topics, including: biomolecules and chemistry in biology; molecular biology; foundations of genetics; principles of evolution; metabolism and physiology; functional morphology; ecology, biodiversity and conservation. Exploration of the scientific underpinnings of current issues, including why biological knowledge is essential to global citizenship. Development of critical thinking skills to integrate multiple concepts, and solve novel problems. Instructor: Curtin-Soydan

Prerequisites: SAT math: <730; ACT math: <30; NO AP Biology credit or a score of <3; Not open to students who have taken 201 or above.
Location: 
Perkins 071
Instructor: 
Duncan, Tanya