Biol1102. Foundations of Biology
Designed for non-science majors. Includes lectures and labs. Focuses on major biological principles with emphasis on their importance to humans and modern society. Four credits.
Biol1107. Principles of Biology I
Provides a foundation for more advanced courses in Biology and related sciences. Includes lectures and labs. Focuses on molecular and cell biology, animal anatomy and physiology. Four credits.
Biol1108. Principles of Biology II
Provides a foundation for more advanced courses in Biology and related sciences. Includes lectures and labs. Focuses on genetics, evolution, ecology and plant biology. Four credits.
EEB2100E. Global Change Ecology
Causes and ecological consequences of anthropogenic environmental change. Three credits.
EEB2245W. Evolutionary Biology
Introduction to evolutionary mechanisms, biogeography, and the history of major groups of living organisms. Requires a major writing assignment. Four credits.
EEB3899. Independent Study
Independent investigation of special problems in ecology and evolutionary biology. Interested students should contact me.