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Undergraduate Biology-Rock County

2020 Spring Term

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5 Units

CONCEPTS OF BIOLOGY

Biology-Rock County 101

(Previously BIO 109) An Intro to the fundamental principles of living organisms. Includes cell & tissue structure, growth, basic physiological processes, reproduction & inheritance, classification, evolution & ecology. Lecture, lab, & may also include demonstrations, discussion & field trips


2-3 Units

GREEK AND LATIN ORIGINS OF MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC TERMINOLOGY

Biology-Rock County 105

The course is designed to acquaint students pursuing Sci. & other majors with the origins of technical terms they are likely to encounter.


5 Units

FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES II

Biology-Rock County 122

Second Sem. of a two Sem. course designed for majors in biological Sci.s. Continuation of BIO 121. Topics include: a Surv. of the three domains of life, selected topics in plant & animal Physolgy, & ecology at multiple levels of the biological hierarchy.


3 Units

HEREDITY

Biology-Rock County 141

(Previously BIO 160) Principles of heredity with applications to plant, animal & human inheritance; current advances in genetics & their bearing on the life Sci.s. Lecture & may also include demonstrations, discussion & field trips.


3 Units

BIOLOGY OF WOMEN

Biology-Rock County 186

(Previously BIO 130. BIO 186 & GSW 130 are the same course.) An Intro to the Physolgy & reproductive anatomy of women including pregnancy, human development, cancer, infertility, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases & other health issues.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Biology-Rock County 190

(Previously BIO 107) The principles underlying the proper Mgmt. of our resources: water, soils, minerals, forests, wildlife & human. The current & past attitudes relating to the resources with the interaction & complexities of humans' interests. This meets the statutory requirement for Conservation of Natural Resources required for State certification for teachers of Sci. & social Sci.s. Lecture & may also include demonstrations, discussion & field trips.


3-4 Units

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Biology-Rock County 191

(Previously BIO 108) A contemporary study of the natural world through the human perspective. Emphasis on humans as a modifying force in the biophysical Env., including selected topics in ecological principles, pollution, population Bio., & Env.al Mgmt.. This course meets the statutory requirement for Conservation of Natural Resources required for State certification for teachers of Sci. & social Sci.s. Lecture, lab, & may include demonstrations, discussions, & field trips.


4 Units

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Biology-Rock County 285

(Previously PHS 202) An examination of the structure & function of the human body at the molecular, cellular, tissue, organ, & system levels of organization. The integration of these levels of organization within the human organism is emphasized. This is the first Sem. of a two-Sem. sequence. Lecture, lab, & may also include demonstrations, discussion & field trips.


4 Units

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Biology-Rock County 286

(Previously PHS 203) An examination of the structure & function of the human body at the molecular, cellular, tissue, organ, & system levels of organization. The integration of these levels of organization within the human organism is emphasized. This is the second Sem. of a two-Sem. sequence. Lecture, lab, & may also include demonstrations, discussion & field trips.


1-3 Units

READING AND RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY

Biology-Rock County 299

(Previously BAC 299/BOT 299/ZOO 299) Supervised undergraduate reading & research in biological Sci.s. This course is designed to acquaint the undergraduate with the Lit. & research techniques used in biological investigation & to give practical experience in scientific problem-solving.

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